Having been to Bluestone numerous times with a toddler in tow for a weekend break, we were kindly invited to experience a mid-week stay in Bluestone as part of the Bluestone Bloggers Programme. To show you that you don’t need to spend a lot more money while there, I thought I would share 5 free things to do at Bluestone with a toddler.
Now that the New Year is well and truly here, many people will be thinking ahead and planning out their family holidays for the year. Some will want a package holiday and others will be planning road trips, DIY holidays and city breaks. To help you plan and give you some ideas, here are some of the best family holiday resorts in Europe.
One thing we always seek out when visiting new places are castles. Ever since our son’s first visit to Tretower Castle at the age of two and a half, he has enjoyed visiting castles with us because we make a game out of it. It means we get to enjoy historical sites even with a young child in tow. We have visited some of the best castles to see in Ireland and Wales, but here is a list of the best castles to visit with kids in the world, compiled with the help of my fellow travel bloggers.
Having had a slow start to our family visit to Barcelona, it was time to up the ante and get some serious sightseeing done. The aquarium and zoo had been ticked off our to-do list, so now it was time to do some more traditional touristy things. Here is our family visit to Barcelona Part 2.
Those of you who follow me on Instagram and here on the blog will know we recent had a family visit to Barcelona. BattleDad was attending a concert in the city with friends, and when I discovered there are direct flights during the summer to the city from Faro, I decided that BattleKid and I would tag along. Here is our trip report for our family visit to Barcelona Part 1.