What’s On This weekend in Europe and UK

  • Special Deals and Packages for Your Spa Weekend!
  • Take a look at the special deals on offer at top spas.Whether for a Hen Weekend, a Mum’s Weekend, a Grannie’s Weekend,  or even a stag weekend, take a look at these holiday specials.Plenty of last minute special offers available.
  • The Good Spa Guide ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Quick Take a Day Trip! Day Trips in the UK and the USA
  • School bells are just around the corner. It’s time to gather up the family to enjoy a day trip to one of those close to home, but fascinating places not so far away. Here are three websites to get you out and about in the U.S. or the U.K. Some of the most memorable trips you can take are just a hop, skip and jump from home so take advantage of the beauty and history of your particular neck of the woods. Pack a lunch or sleuth out a new café or diner and become a tourist just for the day. Is it a nearby waterfall or hike? Is it a historical museum or art gallery? Are you checking out the life of a famous person by visiting his or her birthplace? Or perhaps you are just taking a scenic drive and enjoying the beauty of the countryside. Click here: To read about the:
  • Best day trips in the U.S.
  • For great day trips in the U.K.
  • For the best day trips out of London
  • Brilliant Trips in the UK ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Weekend Trips in All Hot Spots Worldwide!
  • NineBlue is  a website dedicated  to keeping traveling families around the world happy and entertained!
    Years of travel around the world, have  created  a catalogue of  fun entertaining and educative things to do  and see with children.Its hard to find a better directory! Whether wanting to visit a zoo, waterpark, museum, buy a few toys, eat in child-friendly restaurants, or book into child-friendly hotels, Nine Blue will find what you’re looking for!
  • Nine Blue ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • This guide to London will find whatever you are searching for!
  • On all Trips to London, find what you’re looking for! From directions to DIY Stores to Theatre, Panto and Movie information.…
  • All in London ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Live a fairy tale with the Grandchildren! A fun trip to Germany
  • From Bremen to Hanau is the land of the Brother’s Grimm. In the early 19th century, the people in these towns told their stories to Wilhem and Jacob Grimm, who wrote some of the best beloved fairy tales – Little Red Riding Hood, Rumplestiltskin, The Piped Piper of Hamelin, Hansel and Gretel. Younger kids will enjoy these towns and shady forests along the way. And before you go, you’ll want to read your favorite tales.
  • www.travelforkids.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Things to do with the children in and around Andalusia in Spain.
  • Andalusia gets its name from ‘al-Andalus,’ which was the name of the Moorish emirate that existed here from as early as 711 until 1236. And as you travel through Andalusia with kids, you’ll see some of the most beautiful Moorish forts, palaces and mosques
  • www.travelforkids.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Things to do with the children in and around Marbella
  • A selection of ideas for days out in marbella. Camelot Park in Puerto Banús; Funny Beach, a leisure park on the outskirts of Marbella direction Fuengirola and Natura Aventura in San Pedro de Alcántara are the best leisure parks near Marbella where you could go with your children for lots of entertaining activities and a great family day out
  • www.marbella.costasur.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • What’s on in Barcelona this weekend.…
  • Not too far to take the children and LOTS to see. Clearly one of the most creative and cultural cities in the world, its profile went up after the olympiics in 1992 and continues to be a place where many companies are relocating. An Ask Granny special.
  • www.barcelona-online.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • What’s on in Milan this weekend.…
  • Take the kids for a short trip to Milan… Great shopping, eating.. with a little sightseeing too! Includes a series of almost 400 summer events (including concerts, exhibitions, meetings, sports, cinema and theatre), which are formally open to everybody.
  • www.ciaomilano.it ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • What’s on in Brussels this weekend……
  • Give the grandchildren a treat this half term or during the next school holiday…..take the children to Brussels for some good food and a little culture too!
  • www.angloinfo.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • What’s on in Paris this weekend……
  • Plan a bit of culture, sightseeing, fun with the kids this weekend in Paris!!! The Louve and the Tour Eiffel are just two of the attractions on display in the French capital. Kids are catered for too, and some may even be created in the city known for its romance.
  • www.angloinfo.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • A selection of fun things to do with the kids in Paris.
  • Paris is well known as a marvelous city for sightseeing, monuments, museums and restaurants. It can also be a lot of fun for adults, children and families. Here are a few fun places to go to in Paris. First of all, Paris has two world class theme parks. The largest and best known park is Disneyland Paris
  • www.parisdigest.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Choose a destination…. Visit somewhere new with the grandchildren
  • This page will give you the lowdown on a number of different things to do in different tourism locations of the world. Choose from London to Paris and make sure you have the place wired before you actually get there. A great resource for the resourceful grandtripper!
  • www.travelwithyourkids.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site
  • Find the perfect weekend-outing with the kids… in London
  • Plan your weekend ahead …. Get your grandchildren to help you choose a fun day out with all the family
  • www.timeout.com ~ Click Here to Visit the Site


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