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Must-See Spots for Families of Doctor Who Fans

If you’re a Doctor Who fan — or anyone in your family is — and you’re headed to the United Kingdom, you’ll likely spot a few filming locations just by going about your normal tourist spots. However, just to make sure you don’t miss some of the easiest and best photo ops, here are the […]

Celebrate Mary Poppins Returns with Belmond’s Afternoon Tea

Families are loving the new Mary Poppins Returns, released right before the holiday season to much fanfare. If you and your kids jumped on the Mary Poppins revival train, there’s another train that might catch your interest — the Belmond British Pullman. Coming this month, the Belmond British Pullman hosts an inspired afternoon tea journey […]

Toddler Time in London

London is an ideal destination for all ages, which makes it an especially fun getaway for families. Please even the most difficult guests, like your little ones and toddlers, with this list of family-friendly and kid-approved London locales. First and foremost, there are museums galore all over London with your toddlers and young ones specifically […]

Visiting Manchester with the Family

Over in Northwest England, rich with industrial history and die-hard football (or soccer for us Americans) fans, Manchester is a city bursting with diverse attractions. The old-world architecture, Salford Quays dockyards and red-brick buildings may be leftover from a time gone-by, but are now alive with new appeal as shops, restaurants and boutique hotels. While […]

Deals on Foodie Tours

Tours through the vibrant cultures and cuisines of Europe are populated regularly by families and travelers, and for good reason — they’re a great way to experience world-famous sites, sounds and tastes without all the work of planning and organizing yourself. In an effort to make it even easier to experience, for a limited time, CIE […]

Travel Through Time on England’s Jurassic Coast

By Jan Schroder The phrase “take a step back in time” may be overused, but there’s nowhere on the planet where it rings truer than on the Jurassic Coast of England. Visitors can step back 185 million years on this 95-mile-long coastline in southern England. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the coast runs from Exmouth […]