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Bergen, Norway with Teens

The historic port of Bergen is Norway’s second-largest city, but its compact core and neighborhoods make it easy to explore. Everything centers on its harbor, lined on one side by colorful Medieval buildings once headquarters of the powerful Hanseatic League. Small boats come and go constantly, and the daily market fills the area with activity. […]

Cycling Tours with Saddle Skedaddle

Calling all cycling families and experienced riders: Saddle Skedaddle is selling its world-class cycling adventures in North America for the first time in its 25-year history. Offering incredible cycling tours through exotic terrain, Saddle Skedaddle is music to the adventure travelers’ ears, families included. With more than two decades experience traveling to diverse destinations around […]

Disney Cruise Line Puts Greece Back on the Menu

One of the best ways to see the Greek Islands is by ship and, next summer, families can get in on the fun on a Disney Cruise Line adventure, as the line celebrates its return to the destination. In the summer of 2020, Disney Magic will return to Greece for the first time in five […]

Brrring it on: Igloo Hotels

Okay, so it may mean you can’t exactly cozy up in front of the fireplace, but you’ll earn bragging rights about staying in an igloo in nifty locales ranging from Canada to Romania. At the aptly named Hotel of Ice in Romania, in the heart of the Fagaras Mountains, lies a magical castle crafted of […]

Engendering Adventure

Despite whoever is in the White House, there are plenty of examples worldwide of countries with strong female leaders — and many of them offer unforgettable adventures for daughters and sons alike. Earlier this year, then 37-year-old, unmarried Jacinda Ardern grabbed headlines as the first elected leader to take maternity leave. New Zealand’s third female […]

Scandinavia’s Christmas Markets for Families

When we think of Christmas markets, we almost automatically think of Germany. Visions of spicy lebkuchen and cups of steaming hot mulled wine spring to mind, as do the cities that made the German word Christkindlmarkt a familiar one in any language. But dazzling Christmas markets are a long-standing tradition in many other parts of […]