The Ultimate 1-Month Europe Itinerary for Families (2024)

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Looking for a 1 month Europe itinerary? Europe is one of the most beautiful, unique and memorable continents to visit. You are guaranteed to experience the rich history, art and culture, fabulous food, great people and iconic European landmarks on a month-long trip to Europe.

Planning a 1 month itinerary in Europe can be a challenge, as there are many great cities to experience. If you are travelling with family in Europe, you also need to make sure you have an amazing Europe with kids’ itinerary!

The good news is that we have a perfect itinerary for your family trip across Europe in 30 days, offering amazing cities, family-friendly accommodation and straightforward travel solutions. 

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How to Travel Around Europe

There are lots of transport options for travelling around Europe. Here’s what you need to know, so you can choose the right mode of transport for your family:

Travelling Around Europe By Car

Travelling around Europe via car is an excellent option if you are travelling with kids and luggage on a 1-month Europe trip.

The sample Europe itinerary provided offers great 1 month travelling ideas, but with a car, you can easily visit additional places as you are not relying on public transport.

Check out the road rules before you visit/left or right side of the road driving. You can get Eurotrip route ideas from Via Michelin.

View hire car prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Travelling Around Europe by Train

Trains are a great way to travel on your 1 month trip to Europe.

There are many high-speed trains, so you can relax and enjoy the scenery once on board, making this one of the best ways to travel in Europe with family.

Booking online in advance is recommended as you will secure cheaper rates / travel passes.

View tickets and passes here >>>

Flying in Europe

Europe has many options in terms of airlines, with major carriers connecting large European cities as well as budget airlines (EasyJet, Ryanair and Wizz Air) offering great flight prices (additional charges for luggage, seat selection etc.)

You also need to consider travel to and from the airport, but a short flight can allow you to fit more into your 30- day Europe trip itinerary.

View flight prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Europe By Bus

 If you are looking at more of a backpacking trip through Europe with kids than taking bus or coach options offers (if you can travel light), this offers a really cost-effective Europe trip. J

ourneys will inevitably be a bit longer, but it is a great option if the kids have some activities to keep them entertained or can sleep.

Accommodation in Europe for Families:

There is plenty of choice in terms of accommodation for your 1-month tour of Europe. Whether you are looking for budget, mid-range or luxury hotels or a mixture of all three, booking as early as possible is the best option.

Apart from saving money, you can ensure that you are in an area suitable for families.

Another option is to stay in guesthouses, B&B’s, apartments, apart-hotels or pensions. Some of the latter options have more space as well as offering self-catering facilities – perfect for a family trip. Check for the latest deals.

Best Time to Visit Europe

Choosing when best to visit Europe can be tricky as you need to factor in the different climates and events that you want to fit in as you travel across Europe for a month.

It is best to consider the positives and negatives of each season, then work out what is the best fit for your family.

In warmer weather, summer is great, so sightseeing and travelling on your 1 month Europe itinerary will be more enjoyable.

The temperature can be high in the Southern part of Europe, but you can counter this with early or later excursions. Many attractions are a lot busier during the school/summer holidays, so booking in advance is a good idea.

Winter is a magical time to visit Europe, particularly over Christmas. If your family loves winter sports such as skiing or snowboarding, there are many great locations in Europe to enjoy these activities.

However, travel in the colder weather may be trickier as there is a strong possibility of rain and snow.

The shoulder months blend these issues in terms of the changeable weather and number of tourists. If you can travel in early Spring or early Autumn, better weather and fewer tourists are more likely.

You may also want to consider visiting at the time you find the cheapest flights and accommodation options.

1 Month Europe Itinerary for Families: A Complete Family Trip to Europe Itinerary

If you’re planning a Europe itinerary of up to 1 month, why not use this this 1 month Europe itinerary:

Days 1 to 3: London, UK

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Start your 1 month Europe trip in London. The art, culture and history is amazing, and the city has a real vibrancy.

Highlights include Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, London Eye and St James’ Park. Enjoy shopping on Oxford Street and Harrods, then head to Covent Garden for lunch, craft markets and street artists.

Don’t miss an opportunity to see a West End show or a Shakespearean play at the Globe Theatre. Two to three days in London is a perfect way to begin your Europe travel itinerary.

Where to Stay in London with Kids

Novotel London Tower Bridge is a Great-value hotel with stylish and spacious family rooms – two children (under 16) can stay free, with breakfast when sharing a room with adults. Families have access to video games, baby equipment, a healthy children’s menu and late check-out on Sundays.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London is a Great mid-range hotel on the South Bank of the Thames, opposite Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

You can walk to the London Eye, aquarium, restaurants and theatres in less than 5 minutes. The hotel has a swimming pool, cafes and restaurants (including kids’ menus). View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Hilton London Bankside is a Stunning hotel with an indoor pool, restaurant, gym, cocktail bar and luxury beds. The hotel is close to the Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, with great links via Waterloo Station.

The interconnecting rooms are perfect for families, and added touches, like the sweet stall on arrival, set this hotel apart.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 4 to 7: Paris, France

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Paris is a magical and memorable city, so it is well worth spending four days of your 1 month Europe itinerary here.

Must-see activities include the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Art Gallery and Notre Dame cathedral, as well as a boat trip on the River Seine. Centre Pompidou is an amazing museum to visit with kids (buy a ticket for the escalator, which takes you through the colourful tubes on the outside of the building to the rooftop).

Montmartre is beautiful: a traditional Parisian neighbourhood just north of Paris, home to Sacre Couer Cathedral as well as cobbled streets, quaint shops, cafes and street artists.

Disneyland Paris is about an hour from the city centre and well worth a day trip with the kids.

How to Get to Paris from London:

Eurostar: Take the train from St Pancras Station to Gare du Nord, Paris, in just over two hours. There is also the option to take your car on Eurostar.

Flight: Flights from London airports take just over one hour, and you can secure budget prices. View London to Paris flights for your dates ><<<

Ferry: You can travel from Dover to Calais, then take a high-speed train from Calais to Paris (another option is to take your car on the ferry) the entire journey takes 6 to 8 hours.

Bus: Direct coach from London Victoria Green Line Coach Station take 11 hours to Paris (Place du Pantheon).

Where to Stay in Paris with Kids

Le 12 Hotel 41: This hotel offers a great value junior suite with balcony and a fabulous city view, as well as a family-friendly location in the 8th district. The rooms are modern, well-equipped, and comfortable, with continental breakfast and bike rental available.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Dream Hotel Opera 45 Stylish hotel in the 9th district, close to Tuileries Gardens and Opera Garnier, with the Louvre museum 15 minutes away.

There are two- or three-bedroom apartments with private hammam access, cots are also available. The hotel is close to Galeries Lafayette, shops, cafes and restaurants. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Hotel Regina Louvre 53 Luxurious hotel in the heart of the city, overlooking the Louvre and Tuileries Gardens, with views of the Eiffel Tower.

The décor in the hotel is stunning, and the spacious family rooms are exceptional too. There is an inviting breakfast room, bar and restaurant with lovely outside seating areas and a kids’ menu available.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 8 to 10: Bern, Switzerland

The third destination for your 1 month in Europe trip is the Swiss capital of Bern.

The charming Old Town is surrounded by the Aare River and has stunning architecture, including the still-working Zytglogge (astronomical clock dating back to 1530), gothic Munster Cathedral and many fountains statues and shops to explore.

Bern is named after the German word for bear, and the BarenPark (Bear Park) is on the banks of the river and home to several bears. The Gurten is the local mountain overlooking Bern and a short tram and funicular ride from the Old Town, so a perfect day trip.

The kids will love the many playgrounds, miniature trains, riding cars, observation tower and plenty of green space.

How to Get to Bern from Paris:

Train: Paris Bercy has a direct train to Bern once a day and additional services to Basel SBB (the stop before Bern where you can transfer). The journey takes 4.5 hours via direct train.

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Flight: Flights from Paris CDG to EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiberg (BSL) Basel take just over one hour and you can secure budget prices. There is a 20-minute transfer bus from the airport to Basel train station, then take one of the regular trains to Bern in one hour.

View Paris to Bern flights here >>>

Where to Stay in Bern with Kids

Alpenblick Bern Family-friendly, good value hotel located close to the Old Town with great rooms (bunk beds for the kids!) as well as a café and restaurant on site. Breakfast can be delivered to your room, and cots/extra beds are available too.

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Hotel Savoy: Modern, elegant and mid-priced hotel situated in the old town of Bern. Many of the main sights in Bern are within walking distance, as are the quaint shopping streets and restaurants. The rooms are very spacious and comfortable.

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Hotel Bellevue Palace Bern: Splash out with a stay at this 5-star palace hotel in the centre of Bern, located in an Art Nouveau building dating back to 1913. The hotel has luxurious family rooms with stunning views of the Alps or the River Aare.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 11 to 14: Munich, Germany

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Munich is a great city to visit as part of your 30-day Europe trip. The city is home to unique museums, huge parks, fairytale castles, and many family-friendly cafes and restaurants.

Munich’s Old Town is beautiful, including Marienplatz (central square) where the impressive Rathaus (Town Hall) and the 100-year-old Glockenspiel with daily shows is located.

The English Garden is in the centre of Munich and is one of the most extensive urban gardens in the world, with lots of family-friendly activities.

Olympia Park is also a great place to visit for the kids to let off steam. The fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle is arguably one of Europe’s best family day trips.

How to Get to Munich from Bern

Train: Take the train from Bern Bhf to Munich Hbf in 5 hours, with one change at Zurich. This is the best combination in terms of price and speed.> (opens in a new tab)” href=”” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener sponsored” class=”ek-link”>Compare hire car deals here >>

Flight: Direct flights from EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiberg (BSL) to Munich Airport take one hour but can be quite expensive (c. €400 per person). See if you can find a good deal for your dates here >>>

Where to Stay in Munich with Kids

H2 Hotel München Olympiapark: Great location in central Munich, family-oriented and good value.

The beds are comfortable, the rooms are stylish, and there is a sun terrace, café and restaurant on site. Olympia Park and the BMW Welt/Museum are close by, and the UBahn (Metro) provides quick transfer across the city.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Citadines Arnulfpark Munich: Apartments only 2km from the old town. This aparthotel is a great option as there are separate living and sleeping areas and a modern kitchen. You can get a continental breakfast on-site or visit the many cafes/restaurants nearby. Cots available/small charge for extra beds.>> (opens in a new tab)” href=” month europe&trs=154055&p=2076&” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener sponsored” class=”ek-link”>View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Andaz Munich Schwabinger Tor Luxury 5-star hotel between the English Garden and Olympia Park, with spa, gym, swimming pool and a rooftop bar with fantastic views over Munich and the Alps. There are three restaurants and a café that serves stunning food. Cots and extra beds are available.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 15 to 17: Vienna Austria

Vienna is a not-to-be-missed stop on your 30-day Europe itinerary. The City of Music is famous for its majestic castles, palaces, churches and gardens, which the kids will love exploring (Schonbrunn Palace, Hofburg Palace and St Stephen’s Cathedral are breathtaking).

Vienna State Opera is considered one of the best opera houses globally, so booking tickets in advance is worth booking.

The kids will enjoy a visit to the Prater amusement park, including a ride on the iconic Ferris Wheel, Madame Tussauds, parks, a planetarium and the Schweizerhaus for traditional Austrian food.

Café culture is extremely popular in Vienna, too, don’t miss trying the delicious cakes and desserts!

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If you’re visiting near Christmas, make sure you visit the Austria christmas markets.

How to Get to Vienna from Munich

Train: Take the direct train from Munich Hbf to Vienna Central Station in just over 4 hours.> (opens in a new tab)” href=”” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener sponsored” class=”ek-link”>Compare hire car deals here >>

Flight: Direct flights from Munich Airport to Vienna International Airport (VIE) take just over one hour (c. €100 per person). You can then take a taxi, train or airport bus to central Vienna, only 18km. 

Where to Stay in Vienna with Kids

Hilton Vienna Danube: Beautiful location on the banks of the River Danube, a short metro ride to the city centre, and very close to Prater amusement park. An open-air riverside pool and bicycle paths along the Danube are outside the hotel.

HeyMi Apartments The apartments are in the centre of Vienna in a fantastic building, with each apartment having a kitchen area and plenty of space.

There is a park with a playground opposite the apartments and an ice cream cafe around the corner, so its perfect for the kids.

View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Boutique Hotel Stephansplatz: Fabulous hotel in the heart of Vienna, opposite Saint Stephen’s Cathedral and close to many museums, palaces, shops and restaurants.

The hotel is exceptionally family-friendly, with welcome gift bags for the kids, thoughtful touches for the adults, lovely rooms, décor and great food. A great place to recharge half way through your month-long Europe trip itinerary.

 View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 17 to 20: Venice, Italy

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The Floating City is an unbelievable place and one of the top places to visit on your 1 month European itinerary. Built on 118 islands in the Venetian Lagoon, separated by canals and linked by 400 bridges, the kids will enjoy exploring the meandering streets and taking an infamous Gondola ride.

St Mark’s Basilica, Doge Palace (one of the best museums of Europe), and St Mark’s Square are not to be missed.

The kids will love visiting one of the many carnival mask-makers shops (San Polo area) or the glass-blowing island of Murano. Carnival is held during February/early March: an enchanting festival with parades, concerts, markets, ornate Venetian masks and fabulous costumes!

How to Get to Venice from Vienna

Train: Take the direct train from Vienna Central Station to Venice Santa Lucia in approximately 7.5 hours. The station is located on the Grand Canal in the Cannaregio district. Get your tickets here >>>

Car: Driving from Vienna to Venice takes approximately 5.5 hours. View flight prices for your dates here >>>

If you are looking for a 20-day itinerary, you can easily secure a great value flight back home. The dock is a 10-minute walk from arrivals, and you can get tickets at the public transportation desk. Taxi is another option, more expensive but only a 15-minute journey.

Bus: You can take a direct bus from Vienna, Central Station Wiedner to Venixe, and Viale Stazione in just over 7.5 hours.

Where to Stay in Venice with Kids

Locanda Ai Santi Apostoli: Great value hotel, located in a 14th-century building overlooking the Grand Canal and a short walk to the Rialto Bridge and St. Marks’ Square. There are many vibrant fruits, vegetables, and flower markets close by to explore. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Ca’ San Trovaso – 6 Rooms: Quaint hotel with canal views in the quiet district of Dorsoduro. Rooms are decorated in a typical Venetian style, and there is a great roof terrace. You can easily walk to the main attractions, and the Guggenheim Museum is just around the corner. Cots and extra beds are available.View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Palazzo Veneziano – Venice Collection: Elegant, centrally located, luxurious hotel close to the Great Canal. with comfortable beds, spacious rooms, great breakfast and welcoming staff. Cots and extra beds are available. Try and book the suite with an outdoor jacuzzi for an extra charge. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 21 to 23: Milan, Italy

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Milan is widely known as the capital of fashion, but it is actually a really family-friendly city too. At the heart of Milan is the impressive Duomo (the 5th largest cathedral in the world), and the kids will enjoy the exciting climb to the rooftop, followed by a visit to Piazza du Duomo nearby for gelato.

Another key landmark in Milan is Castle Sforzesco: an impressive castle surrounded by Sempione Park. Milan Aquarium is located on the edge of the park, so this is a fun activity for the kids to enjoy too.

The National Museum of Science and Technology is the largest in Italy and is dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci with many interactive activities for younger and older kids.

How to Get to Milan from Venice

Train: Take the direct train from Venice Santa Lucia to Milan Centrale in just over 2 hours.

Car: Driving from Venice to Milan takes just under 3 hours. Verona and Lake Garda are on the route, so extending your one month in Europe by a day or so is worth it for an overnight stay as both are amazing Europe trip suggestions. Where to Stay in Milan with Kids

43 Station Hotel: Budget-friendly hotel, close to central station and with great transport links to explore Milan and further afield. Family rooms are clean, modern and spacious (cots available).

Brera’s lovely cafes and restaurants are 1.2 miles away, while Milan Cathedral is only five metro stops. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Montenapoleone Suites : Superb Aparthotel, offering beautifully decorated suites with one or two bedrooms, a living area and bathroom (some also have a jacuzzi).

The location is perfect too. Piazza San Babila square (fountains, shops and restaurants) is a 3-minute walk, and Sforzesco Castle and Sempione Park are 1.2 miles away.

NH Collection Milano President Situated in the historic centre, this superb 5-star hotel is 500 yards from the Cathedral and Milan’s famous shopping street. The family rooms are well equipped and spacious. There is a great Italian restaurant on-site and babysitting service available (extra charge). View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 24 to 26: Nice, France

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Nice is one of the most beautiful French cities to visit, located in the heart of the French Riviera and the penultimate city in your 4 week Europe itinerary. Visit the beach and Promenade des Anglais, where you can hire scooters, bikes, and skateboards to explore the 7km promenade.

The Old Town has beautiful winding streets, with many markets, shops, restaurants and cafes to explore. Don’t miss the impressive Castle Hill of Nice, with amazing views, waterfall, playground and café. The kids will love Parc Phoenix, too, with tropical plants, many animals, a lake and a tropical dome!

How to Get to Nice from Milan

Train: Take the train from Milano Centrale to Nice, with one change at Ventimiglia, in 5 hours. Get your tickets here >>

Car: Driving from Milan to Nice takes approximately 3 to 4 hours. View flight deals for your dates here>>>

Bus: You can take a direct bus from Milano Autostazione Lampugnano to Nice Airport in 6.5 hours.

Where to Stay in Nice with Kids

Hotel Aria: Located near Mozart Square in the city centre of Nice, the hotel is only a 10-minute walk from the Promenade des Anglais and the beach. Rooms and suites are bright, beautiful, comfortable and of great value. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Le Windsor, Jungle Art Hotel This unique, quirky hotel will be a hit with the kids, as each room is uniquely designed and decorated by an artist. The hotel is only five minutes from the beach and close to the Old Town, with a tropical garden, swimming pool, fitness and wellness centre. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Goldstar Apartments & Suites: Apartments and studios situated only 5 minutes’ walk from the beach, with most units comprising bedroom, living room, and kitchen (including household essentials, bed linen and towels).

The location is perfect in terms of proximity to the city centre and beach, with great transport links to the adjacent old town. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Days 27 to 30: Barcelona, Spain

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The final stop on your 1 month Europe itinerary is Barcelona, one of the best European city breaks and spending four days here is a must.

The city is beautiful, with great weather and ticks many boxes in terms of a perfect city break with kids. Don’t miss Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, Park Guell and Casa Battlo, and explore the Gothic Quarter and vibrant Las Ramblas area.

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In the following days, you can take a trip to one of Barcelona’s beautiful beaches, enjoy a football match at the Nou Stadium or visit the historic Montjuic area. If you have the option of a 2-month Europe trip itinerary, then exploring Spain and Portugal would be amazing too.

If you want to see more of Spain on your Europe trip, make sure you read our one week in Spain itinerary for families.

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How to Get to Barcelona from Nice

Flight: EasyJet flights from Nice Cote D’Azur Airport (NCE) to Barcelona El Prat airport take just over 1 hour and are extremely cheap (from around €35 per person).

You can then take the Aerobus express shuttle to Barcelona, which stops at various locations across the city.

Car: The journey from Nice to Barcelona via car takes just over 6 hours. It may be worth considering a night in Provence to break up the trip if you have time at the end of your 4-week tour of Europe (Nimes is a great option).

Where to Stay in Barcelona with Kids

Aparthotel Bcn Montjuic Located at the foot of Montjuic Hill, this aparthotel offers serviced apartments with a living area, kitchen and bathroom, and an outdoor pool rooftop terrace with solarium.

There are many shops, cafes and restaurants close by and the city centre can be accessed by bus or Metro in 15 minutes. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Sallés Hotel Pere IV: Great hotel, close to the beach and marina area in the Poble Nou district, with deluxe family rooms and great facilities. The indoor pool and spa access are included in the room price, and there is also a great restaurant on-site with a kids’ menu. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

Gran Hotel Havana: Luxury hotel in the impressive Casa Fradera building (built-in 1882) with rooms decorated in a classic style and exceptional facilities. The rooftop pool and terrace are stunning, and the location in the Eixample area is perfect for exploring the city. View prices and availability for your dates here >>>

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Visiting Europe Tips

  • Plan ahead and book accommodation, activities, and transportation in advance to save time and money.
  • Pack light and bring comfortable walking shoes for exploring cities on foot.
  • Remember to bring a Europe travel adapter. There is more than one plug type in Europe.
  • Keep passports and important documents in a safe place, such as a hotel safe or a hidden travel wallet.
  • Use public transportation, such as trains or buses, to get around and save money on rental cars and parking fees.
  • Take advantage of free activities and attractions, such as parks, museums with free admission days, and walking tours.
  • Be aware of scams and pickpocketing in busy tourist areas and keep an eye on belongings at all times.
  • Consider purchasing an eSIM for your phone to have internet access and stay connected while travelling without incurring expensive roaming charges.
  • Bring a first-aid kit and any necessary medications to ensure health and safety during the trip.
  • Allow for some flexibility in the itinerary to account for unexpected delays or changes in plans.

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Sylvie Simpson is the founder of European Cities with Kids. For the past 6 years, she has been travelling all over Europe whenever she has the chance, both solo, for work and with her daughter. Sylvie is on a mission to help people make the most of city breaks in Europe with kids and helps over 50,000 readers per month plan and make the most of their trips in Europe with kids.

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