WHEN you’re booking a holiday, it can be hard to find something that suits everyone.
Luckily there are places that cater for all ages, and can be considered truly family friendly.
Overseas you can help the kids realise their dreams (and relive your own nostalgia), or find medieval knights.
If you’re looking to stay in the UK, why not spend some quality family time engaged in activities and the outdoors? It’s possible to go further afield too, with a family cruise or all-inclusive getaway.
So we’ve picked out some of the top options below – to give you and your kin some family friendly and fun holiday options.
Dreams really do come true at Disneyland Paris – for small and big kids alike.
There’s over 50 attractions to enjoy, and both children and adults can have a whole world of fun at the theme park.
Take a spin on the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups or fly through the skies with Peter Pan. When you’re done with the rollercoasters and thrilling rides, you can stop by a live show and watch the night light up with illuminations, fireworks and more. Find out more.
If knights and dragons are big in your house, you’ll all love Legoland Billund Resort in Denmark.
Duplo Land is ideal for the little ones while older kids can enjoy exhilarating activities in Adventure Land. The whole family can take on the Imagination Zone, and be surrounded by sharks, water fountains and a 4D cinema.
There are even penguins to see, so everyone will enjoy their holiday at the world’s original Legoland. Find out more
A short break at Center Parcs might be the perfect getaway for your family. Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy the peace of the forest in a lodge or treehouse.
Cycle around the resort on your chosen bike before getting competitive with archery, badminton or laser combat games.
You can even pop the little ones in a creche or chocolate making session while you relax with a hot stone massage. Find out more.
You might think cruises are all about the adults but lots of cruise liners now cater for kids as well.
P&O Cruises offer dedicated family tours when you reach your destination as well as discos, magic shows and more.
There are free holiday clubs for your kids to enjoy and even a free night nursery so you can leave your little one in safe hands while you enjoy your evening. Find out more.
Our tips for finding top holiday offers
There are plenty of choices to make with breaks away – even after you’ve decided on a destination. Here’s how you can ensure you’re getting a good deal
BOOK LAST MINUTE If you’re able to look last minute you’ll often find good deals, as companies look to encourage bookings and fulfill availability.
SPECIAL OFFERS Great offers depend on travel companies’ willingness to cut prices, but some companies maintain a special offers section – like Jet2Holidays. Deal sites like Travelzoo are also worth checking.
BE FLEXIBLE Flexibility of travel dates and connections can save you money. As can travelling outside of peak periods, or – if not travelling with children – outside school holidays.
SET ALERTS Airfarewatchdog and Skyscanner provides alerts on air fares, so you can get flights at their cheapest. Kayak offers alerts for flights and hotels.
Fancy heading off to enjoy some fun in the sun? Book an all-inclusive holiday and you can relax without worrying about meal times.
TUI offers free child places with the price of flights, with hotel and transfers all included, so you can save even more money on your holiday.
All-inclusive resorts usually offer children’s entertainment as standard too, so you won’t have any bored faces by the pool. Find out more.
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