Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid

Thinking about traveling to Europe with a baby or kid? We recently did a 20 days trip to Europe from India with our little daughter. Actually her 3rd birthday happened to be on the first day of our arrival in Rome. As a part of this trip, we covered a lot of grounds spending 6 days in Italy, covering Rome, Florence and Venice. Then 4 days in Switzerland covering Lucerne, Bern, Interlaken, Grindelwald, Mount Titlis and Engelberg. From there we went to Paris and spent couple of days there. We also went to Disneyland, and she had a blast there. Thereafter, we traveled to Amsterdam and visited the Tulip Gardens on the last stretch of our journey.

Traveling to Europe with baby or kid

When we look back at it, feels like we covered a lot of ground in a very small span of time. And that also traveling to Europe with a kid. All the way from India. All this while, we got a lot of queries on our posts and media updates from family, friends and readers about how we managed to pull this trip with the little one. So, we decided to write about it. Although, to be honest, it was our longest trip with her so far. And also farthest from home. With totally different culture, food, environment. So, we were ourselves terrified. But we decided to take the plunge. And as the days went by, we settled more and more. At the end of the trip, it felt like the most smooth and convenient trip that we had so far with her.

So, here we retrospect what worked for us traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. With the hope that it will help fellow readers and travelers who have been putting their trip off because they are skeptical traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. But before that, remember, we have a list of travel friendly products for kids and toddlers that helps us travel smoothly with ours anywhere. And we did carry all these to the Europe trip.

Food considerations when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid

Food is a major concern when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. More so for those who travel from a different geography so the food choices vary too much. If the baby is so small that they are still breast feeding, thats the best. At a later stage, but when they are not yet introduced to the different food options in the world, you can carry packaged food for them. And also prepare finger food. Let us list here what worked for us.

Hotel breakfast

We all relied heavily on the hotel breakfast during our trip. A major reason was being vegetarian. We got ample of options to fill ourselves up during the breakfast. So was the case with our little one. I had options like bread with butter or jam, fruits, croissants with chocolate spread, fruit juice, boiled or scrambled eggs, cheese slices, muffins, packs of curd and cakes to offer to the little one. Although she is a slow eater. And many a times, we had tight schedule to catch on a day trip or start the site seeing early on to avoid rush. So, I often made her eat some portions of breakfast at the table itself. And then requested the hotel to pack a few things for her like some whole fruits, curd packets, packed crackers and jam or chocolate spread etc.

Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
A typical breakfast spread to be expected at a hotel in Europe

Then I tried to feed her the rest of the breakfast on the go. She also liked it that way. She could take her time and eat from the multiple options offered. This worked out beautifully all through the trip. A couple of days, I even wrapped a croissant in tissue. And then she ate it while on our way during the day trip. So, basically make the most of your breakfast when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid.

Fruits to the rescue

Being vegetarians, we also relied on fruits heavily during all our meals. And so did the little one. She is used to eating one to two fruits a day at home as well. And that includes a banana. Luckily, I could get bananas everywhere we went. And they were of really good size. Half a banana was sufficient to fill her in between the meals. I fed her bananas while we were roaming in gardens, along the river bank in Florence, waiting at the bus stop or train station, in the garden of the leaning tower of Pisa, sitting along the stairs in Lucerne and Bern and where not!! We have a lot of snaps as the testimony wherein I have a banana in my hand 😀 . Sometimes, if she didn’t have the breakfast, I tried feeding her more fruits. Apart from banana, she ate apple and pears frequently.

Venice walking tour | Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
Venice fruit market

Ready to eat items

I always had some chocolates, energy bars, protein and nutrition bars and some of her favorite biscuits in my day pack. Because we did a lot of walking, and she did a lot of running around as well, I gave her something or the other to munch on now and then. Again, on the way. Sometimes, these also acted as fillers when we were transitioning between places, late on schedule or she was just not in mood for the regular meal. We also carried a few packs of khakhra, an organic cheese based dip and some multigrain crackers with us. She liked eating the khakhras or crackers with the dip.

Food on the way – Lunch and dinner options

Luckily, our little one loves to try different kind of food. And pasta is one of her favorites. Something that we got so easily everywhere in Italy, France, Netherlands as well as Switzerland. Although the cost varied at these places. We often took a take away pack of pasta. And I made her eat it while we were on our feet, or maybe resting for a while. I remember our pasta lunches in the Luxembourg garden in Paris, Abu Dhabi airport during layover, in Amsterdam by the road side, and in Florence while walking around.

Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
little one enjoying an afternoon meal with us

Next, we had a lot of pizzas, particularly when in Italy. She doesn’t love pizza that much back home. But she liked the bland tomato and cheese version in Italy. It was also a very economical option as well. Mostly we had pizza slices from the road side in Rome, Florence, and Venice. The day we arrived in Venice, she had a lovely time sharing her lunch pizza slices with the pigeons. Basically, it was most convenient to engage her in some activity or let her free to explore and then feed her slowly in the meanwhile.

The other option that we heavily relied on was fries. We often had fries in Switzerland, Paris and Amsterdam. She liked the fries with tomato sauce. And the portions were enough to fill her completely. Next came ice creams. She indeed had plenty of ice cream all through the trip. Although it was still winter there, she never had any cold or cough issue all through. She enjoyed her ice creams almost everywhere. Starting from outside the Vatican, then in Florence, and Venice, sitting on the train station in Grindelwald and on her way roaming around in Amsterdam.

Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
Sharing pizza lunch with pigeons

Dry fruits

Just like the nutrition bars, I carried a pack of dry fruits in my day bag always handy for her to munch on. I made sure to offer her some everyday in between meals. Since I felt they would be a good way to makeup on all the nutrition that she was missing having fries or pizzas for her lunch. I used a mix pack of dry fruits including cashews, almonds, pistachios, and raisins. I carried these from back home. And everyday morning, before starting on the trip, I would refill a small box with enough supply for the day.

A little cooking now and then

Although I didn’t do much cooking on this trip, this is something I will advice fellow travelers. And I myself want to give it a try the next time. I carried some packs of masala oat and one pack of bland oats with me. We did prepare some with hot water for dinner now and then. And sometimes, even prepared oatmeals for her with milk. But there can be more cooking that can be conveniently done. Like, if you carry a small rice cooker with you, you can make many other meals like poha, rice, idlis, daal or even finger food.

A rice cooker that we could give a  try:

You can carry small portions of some raw material with you and buy others in the grocery store there. And you will have much more freedom preparing the meals. I want to experiment with this next time. And you should definitely give it a try when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid.

Milk

My ultimate filler was milk. Between meals, in evening and in midnight also I gave her milk. We got packets of pasturized milk which didn’t need any boiling and kept it in the hotel freeze. And before giving her, I used to heat the milk by putting the milk cup in a bowl of hot water. And it was like my lifeline on the days when she didn’t have her meals that properly.

Commute considerations when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid

Carry a stroller or not?

Europe is all about walking. We did tremendous amount of walking all across Europe all through the days we were there. And that can easily become a challenge when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. So, the one question that pops is whether we should carry a stroller with us when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. And that also, all the way from home. I would say a strong YES to that.

We didn’t carry a stroller with us, although we planned to. But then we had to drop it at the end moment because we had enough of luggage to manage. So, we ended up renting stroller where we needed. Renting is easy all across the major cities. But if you are going to rent one almost every day, the cost is going to add up soon. So, it’s better to carry one.

Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
Little one happily riding on a stroller

Are the places stroller friendly? Well, some are. Some are not. So, you have to take a call to take your stroller along when planning your day. Citing some examples from our own experience. On our day one in Rome when we visited Vatican and Colosseum, it won’t have been convenient to carry a stroller. Since you have to take stairs many a times. And waiting for lifts kills too much time. So basically if visiting museums, Vatican, and other such places where you are likely to take stairs, I would say no to strollers. Also, on the day of our trip to Engelberg and mount titlis, we didn’t need a stroller.

But then, when we planned a walking tour around florence, and another one the next day, a walking tour in Venice, or one in Lucerne. Or, when we went to Bern or Interlaken, those were the trips to take a stroller along. Also, can’t imagine the full day in Disneyland without one. When it comes to some of the tours like our Venice hop on hop off tour, you have to make a call again. It might be little inconvenient to carry the stroller up and down the boat or bus multiple times. But then it will be super convenient to carry the kid in it when you hit the land and start exploring the site.

Bottomline : do carry a stroller when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. Take a call on whether to take it along based on your plan for the day. Having said that, I will like to add, people here are super friendly and helping. As you try to push the stroller along rough terrains, or board it onto a train or a bus, almost always you will get a helping hand.

Train or bus or taxi to commute between places

Taxi will be super convenient but ridiculously pricy. We found train to be most comfortable way of commuting between cities. Our little one could even sleep comfortably during the train journeys. Then came metros and finally buses. We started traveling with her since she was almost 8 months old (check: our first trip with our toddler). So, she is used to taking her day naps comfortably in our laps. These naps reenergize her for the day. And she doesn’t get cranky. So, I will suggest, use a way of commute wherein your little one can take a nap conveniently when required.

Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
Family nap time in the train

Weather considerations when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid

We traveled to Europe in April end. And it was still very chilly and cold in most of the places that we visited. The smaller the kid, the more you have got to prepare for the kind of weather that they are going to face. Because, we are going to travel all through the day and we are mostly outside during the day. Exposed to the cold waves and sudden change of weather. So, how did we prepare for it? Well, to start with we carried all kind of woolen dresses for our daughter. That included a water proof winter jacket, woolen sweaters, sweatshirts, socks, woolen socks, cap, scarf, full t-shirts, thermal inners and gloves.

Next, I had to dress her in layers as per the weather. And keep some extras in my day pack to combat sudden weather changes, or her spoiling the dress with food etc. In Rome and Florence, it was not that cold. So, a sweater and a full sleeve t-shirt under it did. But as we reached Venice, it was raining and there was a drop in temperature. That afternoon she needed her gloves, double caps and heavy winter jacket. At the highest degree of cold, like when we visited Mount Titlis, I had her covered in multi layers of clothing. It included thermal inners, one t-shirt over it, one sweater over that and finally the winter jacket. She had her gloves on. And she had a woolen cap to protect her ears then the jacket cap on top of it. She also had double layer of socks that day.

Traveling to Europe with a baby or kid
A ride alongside river Arno in Florence

Later, when we came back to the town, I had one extra sock, and the winter jacket removed. So, basically, you have to be watchful and prepared and adjust their layers of clothing accordingly. Also, my mom had given a tip of making her drink a lot of warm fluid all the time so that would keep her warm from inside. So, I offered her warm milk, hot chocolate and warm water now and then. Never cold water.

What to pack when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid

You can’t compromise on the packing list when it comes to kids and babies. Particularly if you are traveling to Europe from a far off region, better to think twice and then pack wisely. Apart from the basics and the winter cloths, I made sure I carried my kid’s latest prescription from her doctor and her doctor’s mobile number as well. I had informed her doctor beforehand of the trip and also got a prescription of general medicines from her for stomach issues, cough and cold, fever etc. Then, I carried all her medicines along just in case if I won’t get the same brand there. And I never forget to pack a thermometer with me. Next I had her packaged foods, dry fruits, extra pair of shoes, hot water thermos and other basic necessities.

Long distance flight consideration

This was also the first long distance flight that we took with our little one. When traveling to Europe with a kid or baby, from a different part of the world, you have to consider how to engage the kid on the long flight. Luckily for us, the onwards journey was through the night. And she mostly slept through. While on the return trip, the airlines gifted her a crayons and book set . She was mostly busy with it and with the videos in the flight. But one lesson that we learnt was to keep the kid light on stomach while on the flight. Because otherwise, she might end up with motion sickness and throwing up. Which will then be inconvenient.

Also, keep the first day light enough for them to recover from the jet lag when traveling to Europe with a baby or kid from across the globe. It’s ok if all they want to do is just sleep because of the jet lag. What I ended up doing on the first day of our trip in Rome was feeding her milk while she was in deep sleep, through a bottle. I kept giving her small amount at regular interval all through the night. And she was all good to start the trip the next day and there on it all went totally fine.

In Conclusion

You have to think through, you have to be decisive. Intelligently decide on food, packing, commute and take your call. Balance your itinerary with days that involve lots of travel alternating with days that are light and the kid can catch up with some rest. And you will have a super easy and beautiful time traveling to Europe with a baby or kid. Your kid is going to be just fine making memories with you.

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94 Responses

  1. Well done Neha. It is never easy traveling with kids but I am for one, an advocate of one should definitely do that. It might be a little strain on us but it really goes a long way in making things better for the kids. Here is to more of travels for you guys as a family.

    • Thanks a lot Ami! It does wonders to the kid. First they are so happy and relaxed during the vacation. Then , we get to spend quality time with them. And finally, they learn so much about the world from their observation as they are keen observers and quick learners

  2. pennyglobetrove

    Traveling with a baby or a kid is never easy but if you are then the developed nations are a way better choice. Greats tips by the way. Especially the one about the food.

    • thanks. and agree, the developed nations are always better since they have all the facilities that you might need when traveling with a kid

  3. I definitely applaud all the mothers out there because traveling with children can’t be easy. You always have to think about their needs before your own and also since you have dietary restrictions, you must be prepared. I’m glad you were able to pack power bars and protein shakes just in case your little one got hungry.

    • Thanks Gina. It is a task to travel with your kid. But then when at the end of it, you see them happy, you feel happy with them and you spend some carefree time bonding together. I guess that is the most important thing

  4. This is a truly practical and detailed guide worth reading! I will pass it on to my friends with kids!

  5. This sounds stressful to me but then I don’t have kids! You make it look fun & easier than imagined

  6. There are some good tips here about traveling through Europe with a 3 year old. My girl is 3 years old and I’d love to travel around Europe with her. There are some good food tips in here and important about the pushchair.

    • Thanks James. Glad to connect with someone who has a similar travel taste and a kid of same age as well 🙂 We will be looking forward to hear from you about your Europe trip

  7. What a thorough guide! I can’t imagine taking a young child on any of our city journeys, but we plan to start a family soon so this post has given me hope – and tips!

  8. I don’t know how you do it. Really, you parents are amazing. I have no patience with kids (that’s why I don’t want to have one), yet you are able to manage to do it even when you travel. And you have so many learnings along the way that I’m sure other parents who might be wondering how to travel with kids will find this post of yours quite helpful.

    • hanks Marjorie. Without doubt, it needs a hell lot of patience to be able to handle a kid and raise a good one 🙂 But believe me, once you have one, your whole world starts revolving around them. And you will enjoy the most when you are with them, no matter how much preparation you have to do in order to travel with them

  9. Wow, you guys truly had a great time. I haven’t been to Europe, but it has long been sleeping in my bucketlist. Hopefully I can able to visit Europe soon if I get the chance. Anyway, I truly have enjoyed your experience in Europe, how you were able to amble around and embrace everything that it has to offer is really awesome. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

  10. Ah, what a great list of all the things one must carry when traveling with kids to Europe! As if packing wasn’t a difficult proposition already! Good that you took so many preventive actions and care to make sure your little one was happy and still enjoying everything!

    • Thanks Harsh. It definitely is a task to travel far and wide with the little one. But then you get to make memories with them and the kind of exposure that they get – outweighs everything else.

  11. swatisinha09

    That’s a great set of details that will help parents traveling with kids on a trip to Europe. I am glad your daughter co-operated and you had a great vacation. It was interesting to see that she holds on to your hair while sleeping :). They grow out of these habits so fast !

    • Thanks Swati. She was just putting her hand to my head..maybe ensuring that I am around 🙂 They do grow very fast

  12. Seems like you had a great time in Europe. I am glad you got to find many fruits available. I know that not as great as the one in Asia but you can find some decent ones as well. I am not surprise your daughter loved pizza in Italy.. Who doesn’t 🙂 The best place to get an amazing pizza 🙂 Great tips for travelling with kid!

    • Thanks ada. I guess the quality of fruit that we got was definitely better than what we get back home. Off late to increase production there is a lot of chemical induction and massive use of pesticides and fertilizers in the farm. It was good to see organic food in abundance in Europe

  13. I’ve never travelled with a child, but this is such great advice for anyone thinking about whether or not to go travelling with a young one. From a child’s perspective, I took my first international flight when I was two – so travelling became just a normal thing for me from before I could really remember, and I think that’s a great gift to give your child!

    • Agree with you. Traveling has become a part of life for her too. And she does miss vacations if it’s too long a gap since we headed out 🙂

  14. I am planing on taking my niece next year on a trip. He is a teenager but this post is still very helpful. I now got some ideas what to do and how to plan it

  15. “You have to think through, you have to be decisive. Intelligently decide on food, packing, commute and take your call.” I couldn’t agree more and I guess this applies to all types of travels as well.

  16. It’s a full house travel. I’ve never traveled with kid. I have thought it stressful. I’d emulate your tips. Hopefully it works. Kid would be very happy.

    • I have seen all kids in my circle enjoy travel and vacation. So, just don’t worry Lydia

  17. You did a great job by showing ur daughter all these places at a very early age.And Europe has delicious candies which kids would love

    • You bet it has.But I refrained from giving one to her, else she would want one all the time

  18. Neha- I like the stroller Idea. I think it makes for easy navigating when the little one is sleeping. I should think about foldable strollers if available in India. Never occured to me.

    • Umbrella stroller are available in India as well. You can easily get one at amazon

  19. You nail it !! A good piece of advice people need to follow with kids

  20. Looks like you had an awesome trip there and have a great experience and by the way I enjoy all your photos

  21. Great post! As a mom if multiple children and who loves to travel, this is very helpful. Although we have not traveled as far, I appreciate the tips.

  22. Emely Roman

    One of the main things that concern me when having kids is traveling because it’s a passion of mines. So these are great tips.

    • I can understand. Hope some of our insights will help you plan your own trip with kids when you have them

  23. Tales of travelling sisters

    Great tips on taking kids on vacation or long trips Neha! Must say you did a great job in traveling with a three year old, reading this post made us feel that it is not that difficult as we always thought it would be or you made it easy for your readers 😉

  24. Hats off to you! Traveling with kids seems to be pretty hectic! Great tips.

    • Thanks Monique. Maybe initial few years..I guess beyond that it will be a breeze

  25. True! Don’t give a child a cold water in the winter xD It will give more chills than normal. Great mum you have, she knows how to keep warm 🙂 Even when it’s chilly, I am glad you still enjoyed your trip 🙂

    • Thanks Jerny. Those small household formulas really are very helpful when taking care of kids

  26. On the face of it, this looks like an ordinary blog. But when I ponder at your effort at making your child comfortable for all those days, I cannot but be filled with a sense of awe. Kids can face digestion issues in alien countries. We don’t have the normal daal chawal or dahi kind of stuff there so it becomes really difficult for them to cope up. Great post, Neha, keep it up.

    • Thanks a lot. Upon completing the writeup I did feel that there was a lot of preparation and due diligence that we did at each end to take care of her. because one thing we were sure we couldn’t afford was a sick child. That can spoil the whole trip for you. I actually slept only around 6 hours or less per day during this trip but even then we were all fine. (Surprisingly! because I normally sleep for 8 hours or more). Perhaps due to the suitable weather and the fact that it was a vacation, far from the daily juggles of life

  27. Europe is probably one of the best destinations with kids! Would love to do this with my baby / kid in the future! Ahh, don’t have one yet but for sure I will! Indeed, there’s a lot to consider because traveling with a little child takes a lot of effort and careful action. Foods must be on top, too! Cute!

    • Thanks Cathy. I wish you several great vacations even when you have a kid..like we are having 🙂 Europe really seemed very friendly and easy to me when it came to travel with my kid. But to my surprise, I hardly met any other couple on the trip who were traveling with a kid. That is when I had decided to write this post.

  28. kelly reci

    thanks for sharing it! this one is in my travel list!

  29. Wow that kid is living so well! I also remember going to Europe as a kid, it was soooo amazing 🙂

    • Hope she retains some of these memories..although she is too small to. But still if she does, she will feel happy about it years afterwards..

  30. Seems like you had an amazing vacation. I can imagine that traveling with a little child is not easy! But you made it definitely!!!

  31. I salute you! I don’t have kids but was just in Croatia and I really felt for the people struggling with prams. More power to ya!

  32. Its great to take your children with you and as well as traveling and having fun, its a good way to educate them as well. 🙂

  33. Sandy N Vyjay

    This is such an exhaustive post with lots of details and practical advice for travelers with kids to Europe.Traveling with kids has its own challenges, and it is really commendable that you managed such a long trip with a three year old in tow. Of course your little one must have been really cooperative too.

    • Totally agree. And yes, she was definitely cooperative. She loves travel. And thus, that makes things little easier for us.

  34. Very helpful suggestions… As I’d have my own kids someday

  35. Nice post. Looks like you had a nice time. Pictures are lovely.

  36. AModernMommy

    Absolutely a great idea to take my son in a few years!!

  37. Great suggestions for traveling with kids. Will repost and share with friends.

  38. How I wish I could also do traveling with my children(3). But thanks a lot for the tour and the guide. This is really helpful for me.

    • I can totally understand. To travel with 3 at a time..you need a lot more preparation and strength than we do 🙂

  39. Budget minds

    I m also planning one such trip with my daughter after reading your post.

  40. How wonderful that your family was blessed to take this awesome trip!

  41. Nice travel! It can really be tough travelling with kids. Thanks for sharing tips on how to survive it.

  42. I wish I was taking my kids to Europe! But these tips will work for our local trips as well. Thanks!

    • You are right. Although the amount of preparation need not be that huge for local travel

  43. We don’t have kids, so I can’t relate to your post that way, but I would say that Europe is pretty child friendly. It was fun to read that you have the same worries which Europeans have when traveling to Asia with kids, about the food and clothing etc ☺

    • It’s because of the difference in the cuisines in particular. Kids develop their tastebuds as per what they eat at home. And thus, traveling overseas becomes a challenge if they are not at all into trying a different kind of cuisine than what they are used to

  44. This is a great guide, especially for first-time international traveling families. I especially like all the family and kid-friendly food options! Can’t let a melt down occur because someone’s hungry!

    • So true Danielle. And with a hungry kid around, all the fun gets spoilt

  45. Birthday at Rome? Wow! That’s the best birthday gift you could have given her!!! Did you plan it all yourself or was it with tourist operators?
    You’re right. Fruits indeed to the rescue. Being a veggie, in some places I too managed with fruits!
    True, stroller is indeed necessary with kids. They get tired with the excessive walking in Europe!

    • It was not absolutely planned due to the birthday. But we had some holidays round the corner due to Easter (her Birthday fell on Easter day this time!) and we made use of it. So thought why not gift a trip to her that she will cherish 🙂 . We did all the planning and itinerary decision on our own. However, we outsourced the hotel and train bookings on our selected dates to an agent due to lack of time. Next time, planning to do everything on our own.

  46. This is interesting, as I have a 2 year old, this is definitely something to keep in mind. And I am so amazed how much you cover in 20 days!!

  47. Love seeing families with children traveling. Im sure your child enjoyed it so much. The packing and planning must have caused you a bit of stress but it’s all worth it. Your photos show it all!

    • Totally worth it. Had we travelled without her..we wont have enjoyed at all. We would be worried about her all the time. Plus she loves to travel so much. She enjoyed every bit of it.

  48. I’m a European myself, and even I thought this was a great article. We’re planning for a first child in the next few months, so every tip and trick is welcome. A lot of European cities are very child-friendly, but the weather is the hardest part .. If you ever reach Bruges (Belgium) let me know, I happily will show you around!

    • Thanks a lot Laura. We wanted to cover Bruges on this trip actually but we thought we had already packed too much. So, we left it for the next time. Surely, I will contact you when I make plans to travel there

  49. Nowadays family travel is fast becoming a norm. The other day i saw a couple trekking in Triund with a baby. I was impressed but I’m sure the couple must have taken adequate precautions for the kid! In the same vein, I loved reading your post. I think the long distance flight consideration is very important as the baby can feel pressure difference etc.Thanks for an informative post!

    • Thanks Ambuj! It does require a bit of preparation. But then family travel has so many advantages. We get to spend time with each other exclusively, the kid is so happy and relaxed and she enjoys every bit of it. Plus stepping out of the polluted city now and then does her good.

  50. not all the big cities in Europe are stroller friendly but when it comes to food I think there is a good variety for all ages. You covered a lot of cities is such short timee and it seems like you all had a blast during this time.

    • Definitely Oana! We found Europe to be very travel friendly and kid friendly

  51. Family in Faraway Places

    Looks like you had a great trip! How heavy are those rice cookers? We always struggle to keep our weight limit.

    • I guess not too heavy..but I would rather leave a few garments and take the cooker along if I were traveling for the long vacation since they are definitely very useful

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