Family Friendly Places in Europe to Visit This Summer

Most countries have their coronavirus outbreaks contained thus the return of normalcy for tourism and other industries. Traveling throughout Europe is considered safe this summer with safety measures put in place to keep you healthy and safe.

Here’s is a list of family and children friendly places where you can travel and have peace of mind that you and your family will remain healthy. 

  • Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia, magnificent Haussmannian architecture mingle with structures dating from the Middle Ages, neo-classical, Soviet and extremely modern buildings.

Climb to the top of Tbilisi and admire Kartlis Deda statue, take a picture and enjoy a panoramic view of the capital to make your visit unforgettable. The accommodation charges in Tbilisi are four times lesser compared to that of any European capital.

  • Almeira, Spain

Nestled on the eastern edge of Andulisia and right on the Mediterranean Sea, Almeira is a sunny city surrounded by rural and arid landscapes. The highlights of Almeria are full of history with some dating back from the 10th century, take a walk to the Museum of Almeira and understand the rich cultural heritage of this city.

It may be a good idea to learn some Spanish before you go as a sign of respect but also because it’s such a beautiful language! You can try your hand and learn Spanish for free via apps like Babbel for example, which is one of the many language apps available for mobile devices. Last but not least, when you’re there don’t forget to try the tapas, they are to die for! 

  • Naxos, Greece

Naxos, Greece offers the best vacation spot for families and is well known for its potatoes, cheese and a local lemon-citrus spirit (kitron). The long sandy stretches of beaches, the sun and sea make Naxos an ideal place to relax and unwind from the stressful lockdown months.

During the day indulge in sports and water activities to make you feel energetic and in the afternoon visit several ruins to understand the small town.

Family Friendly Places in Europe to Visit This Summer

  • Sibiu, Romania

Sibiu is an award-winning city, with 800 years of history in an untouched setting and is known as a tourist destination. The culture, gastronomy and architecture including the iconic houses with eyes gave this city its nickname, The City with Eyes.

Poetry and beauty adorn every street corner to bring out the romance of this medieval city. Sibiu is a major gastronomical destination and also held the status of European Capital of Culture. Romania is one of the most beautiful, yet undiscovered countries in Europe! 

  • Rome, Italy

Rome is packed with a non-exhaustive list of top attractions. Cruise through the cobblestone streets with a gelato in hand to discover ancient sights with modern styles and rich cultural heritage. The city’s iconic attractions, restaurants and bars make a perfect romantic getaway. Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain and you will be assured to return to Rome!

  • Colmar, France

Colmar is a unique tourist destination and is the capital of Alsace, a wine-growing region. Delight your taste buds with local delicacies and visit wineries to have a taste of the local wine. Being a country town Colmar retains much of its charming atmosphere perfect for romantic and cultural holidays. Enjoy picturesque villages around Colmar and its many historic and memorial sites. The many antique shops will tempt you to bring a piece of Colmar with you back home.

  • The Azores

The Azores is an archipelago composed of nine islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Tourists flock these islands for verdant mountain scenery, sand and sun. Taste the local cuisines, take a bath at the bubbling volcanic grounds and go for dolphins and whales watching these islands have numerous adventures to discover. Live real-life experiences in these islands to have the best holiday. No quarantine is requested for this island once travelling is reopened.

All these places are amazing destinations to see now, with amazing offers and decreased tourism you can practically have all the city to yourself. Take advantage of it, just ensure to wear your mask throughout your trip when needed and take hand sanitizer! 

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