Do you long to get away from the crowds? See Italy as it should be seen? To discover Florenceoff the beaten track means that you will get to experience the best of what this gorgeous Italian city has to offer but without the crowds. And the flag holders.
Visiting European cities with kids, whatever their ages, is exciting.
While it is true that taking little children to grown-up places can seem overwhelming, if you pick the right destination, the best activities (that both parents and kids will enjoy), everyone in the family will be happy.
I have two kids (they’re teenagers now – I get told off if I call them kids) but as a family of four who, before emigrating to New Zealand, used to live in the Uk, (when my kids were 7 and 10 ) we have spent a great deal of time exploring various places throughout Europe.
We have been to Ireland with our kids, France, Spain, Greece and Italy and after much consideration, I think I can safely say which European cities are the best for kids.