The Best City Breaks for Families in Europe – Part Two

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The best cities to visit with children in Europe are the ones that have got something for everyone in the family. These are the cities that combine great cultural sights with fun, interactive museums and enough exciting activities to keep everyone happy.

The best city breaks should feel like an adventure as you all discover something new. Even getting around can be part of the fun as you climb towers for the best views and take trips on boats, bicycles and buses. Whichever city you’re visiting, my advice is always to take it slow and don’t try to do too much. Mix up the cultural sights with visits to parks and fun quests to find the city’s best ice cream or hot chocolate.

Here’s the second part of my series on the best City Breaks for Families, with ideas of what to see and do in each place.

PARIS

best cities to visit with children in europe, paris city guide family,Why go? Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It’s also a fabulous city to explore with children whether you’re searching for the gargoyles at the top of Notre Dame, taking a boat trip down the Seine or climbing up the Eiffel Tower. There are old fashioned carousels to ride on all over the city and some of the best hot chocolate we’ve ever tasted.

Don’t miss: the chance to take a bus around some of the best sights in Paris for a fraction of the cost of a touristy sightseeing tour. The number 69 bus takes you past the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Pont Neuf, Saint-Germain-des-Près, the Marais and the Bastille and finishes at the Père Lachaise cemetery where famous figures like Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Chopin and Jim Morrison are buried.

Your kids will love: the Jardin du Luxembourg. These beautiful gardens are a Parisian institution and the perfect place for children to let off steam after a cultural outing. There’s a good playground, a sandpit, pony rides and a vintage carousel. You can hire model boats to sail on the pond and the oldest puppet theatre in France puts on shows three times a week.

Make it more fun by: learning all about science and technology at the Cité des Enfants. This museum is one of Paris’s best for children and is crammed with fun and interactive activities. You can present the news in a TV studio, measure how fast you can run, take part in circus acts and build a house as part of a group effort with other children.

Foodie treats: There are amazing patisseries on virtually every street corner so this is one place where you really should indulge your sweet tooth whether it’s macarons in every flavour, éclairs or lemon tarts. They’ll come beautifully wrapped in a parcel for you to take out to enjoy beside the Seine or in one of Paris’s fabulous parks.

Best time to visit: Paris is enchanting in the spring and autumn. There are lots of musical events in June and Bastille Day parades in July. Winter can be cold but is less busy. Avoid August when most Parisians leave the city to go on holiday and many shops and restaurants are closed for the whole month.

For more ideas and inspiration on visiting Paris, take a look at The Best Things to do in Paris with Kids.

EDINBURGH

best cities to visit with children in europe, city guide edinburgh familyWhy go? The Scottish capital makes a great city break. There’s plenty to see and do here from the castles and exciting museums to the medieval buildings, tartan shops and the Royal Yacht Britannia. J K Rowling wrote the Harry Potter books in Edinburgh. You can do tours of the cafés she wrote in as well as see some of the locations that are believed to have inspired characters and scenes from the books.

Don’t miss: Edinburgh Castle. The 12th-century castle is the place to see the Scottish crown jewels, one of the largest medieval cannons in the world, dungeons and a gun that’s fired every day at 1pm. There’s a great scavenger hunt activity sheet for children.

Your kids will love: climbing to the top of a volcano. Arthur’s Seat is what remains of a volcano that erupted years ago. It’s an enjoyable hike and there are some superb views over the city from the top.

Make it more fun by: going to the Camera Obscura and the World of Illusions. The Camera Obscura is a Victorian rooftop chamber where you can see moving pictures of Edinburgh projected onto the walls. The World of Illusions here is a lot of fun as it’s filled with optical illusions, holograms and amazing light shows as well as a Magic Gallery.

Foodie treats: Haggis. Scotland’s national dish is a savoury pudding made up of sheep’s meat (heart, liver and lungs) cooked in the animal’s stomach. It’s a lot tastier than it sounds and best eaten the traditional way with neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes). If you can’t stomach that you might prefer a battered Mars Bar from a fish and chip shop.

Best time to visit: Spring and autumn are really pleasant times to visit the city. You’ll find it warmer in the summer (but rarely hot) but August can be extremely crowded because of all the festivals. Winter is cold but there’s the added attraction of the Christmas market and the Hogmanay Street Party to bring in the new year.

Jenny from Monkey and Mouse has some great ideas of free things to do in Edinburgh over on her blog.

AMSTERDAM

best cities to visit with children in europe, photo tour Amsterdam, canals AmsterdamWhy go? The historic canals and gabled houses make Amsterdam one of Europe’s prettiest cities and it’s a real pleasure to wander around on foot or by bicycle. Amsterdam is charming and easygoing and children will love its boats, trains, parks and floating flower markets.

Don’t miss: the chance to see some of the most famous paintings in the world. You’ll find Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and his Self Portraits in the Van Gogh Museum and Rembrandt’s The Night Watch at the Rijksmuseum. Both museums have family guided tours and fun children’s activities.

Your kids will love: the adorable red pandas at Artis Royal Zoo. You can get much closer to the animals than in most zoos we’ve visited and the zoo is a good size for children to be able to wander around easily. There are panthers, lions and arctic wolves as well as an aquarium and a butterfly house. You can see lots of penguins as well as the world’s tiniest monkeys.

Make it more fun by: getting around by boat. Amsterdam is famous for its canals and the best way to see them is by boat. Several companies offer circular tours with an audio commentary so that you know what you’re looking at. You can even hop on and off so it’s a great way of stopping off at the various sights then taking the boat to the next place on your list.

Foodie treats: Pancakes of course! Make it even more fun for kids by having a pancake day, the only rule being that you have to have pancakes for every meal. This is easy in a city where you can find sweet and savoury pancakes in every flavour and a wooden bowl of syrup and a big spoon on the tables of most restaurants. Don’t miss the chance to try poffertjes, the delicious Dutch mini pancakes.

Best time to visit: The tulip season is from mid March to early May when you can see the famous fields of tulips outside the city. Spring and autumn are both pleasantly warm but we enjoyed the city in the winter when it wasn’t so busy. August is crowded and more expensive.

Take a look at my guide to visiting Amsterdam with kids for more inspiration.

LONDON

best cities to visit with children in europe, london city guide familyWhy go? London is one of the greatest cities on earth and a really exciting place to visit with children. So many of London’s sights will already be familiar from some of their favourite films. They’ll love the pageantry of the Changing of the Guard and the grandeur of the castles and palaces. You can explore some of the best museums in the world, have fun in the fantastic playgrounds and see if you can spot all the Harry Potter sights around the city.

Don’t miss: The Tower of London. This is one of the most iconic sights in the city and a thrilling adventure for children. The Beefeaters have guarded the Tower for 500 years and give an entertaining guided tour. You’ll see the famous ravens, the Crown Jewels, the execution site and Henry VIII’s suit of armour.

Your kids will love: taking a boat trip down the River Thames to Greenwich where they can explore the Cutty Sark, one of the most famous ships in the world, shoot down a pirate ship and fire a cannon in the National Maritime Museum and climb the hill at Greenwich Park for panoramic views over London.

Make it more fun by: playing with all the interactive exhibits at London’s best museums. Wonderlab at the Science Museum is the most spectacular interactive gallery in the world, with explosive demonstrations, crazy experiments and marvellous scientific games. Down the road at the Natural History Museum you can visit the dinosaurs, feel the earth move in the Earthquake Machine and play detective games around the museum.

Foodie treats: Afternoon tea can be the ultimate treat in London. Cake stands piled high with delicate sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jam and a selection of cakes – all washed down with pots of tea or glasses of Champagne. Our favourites include the elegant art deco surroundings of Claridge’s, The Orangery at Kensington Palace and Palm Court at The Langham where children are given a Hamley’s teddy with their tea.

Best time to visit: There is no bad time to visit London and it is busy all the year round. The city is a magical place to be at Christmas and spring and summer can be really special, with picnics in the park, open-air theatres and urban beaches to enjoy.

For more ideas of things to do in London take a look at the Ultimate Royal Guide to London, the Ten Best Free Things to do in London and The Best Museums in London for Families.

BERLIN

best cities to visit with children in europe, berlin city guide family,Why go? Berlin manages to be both hip and historic all at the same time. You’ve got sights like the Berlin Wall and the Brandenburg Gate alongside places like East Side Gallery, the longest open-air gallery in the world and some fantastic museums. It’s a great city to explore with children as there are so many good parks and playgrounds and there tends to be shorter queues for the best sights than most other cities in Europe.

Don’t miss: the DDR Museum where you can see what Berlin was like when it was divided in half by the Berlin Wall. This is one of the world’s most interactive museums and provides loads of fun for the whole family. You can find out what life was like in East Germany by opening cupboards, looking through drawers and into a Stasi interrogation cell.

Your kids will love: all the fantastic parks and playgrounds in the city. You can take out paddle boats on the lake in the 630-acre Tiergarten, fly kites and whizz down cycling trails in the Tempelhofer and there are beautiful walks and fountains to play in at the Volkspark Friedrichshain.

Make it more fun by: visiting the Computerspiele Museum. This is the first museum in the world dedicated to computer games and there are lots of interactive exhibits from 1980s arcade games to 3D simulators and the latest virtual reality experiences.

Foodie treats: If you’ve ever dreamed of a Land of Sweets then don’t miss the Naschmarkt at the Markthalle Neun in Kreuzberg. The sweet market here takes place four times a year and brings together the best independent pastry, cake and sweet makers from all over the city. You can eat chocolates, scones, macarons, cookies and cakes to your heart’s desire. The Markthalle is also a great place to find excellent street food every Thursday.

Best time to visit: Summer is wonderful in Berlin as there are so many excellent parks and outdoor events going on throughout the city. Spring and autumn are pleasant too and there’s the added attraction of the Festival of Lights in October when lots of the buildings are lit up. Winter can be very cold but good for visiting the Christmas markets.

BRUGES

best cities to visit with children in europe, bruges city guide family,Why go? Bruges looks like a city from a medieval fairy tale with its canals, cobbled streets and pretty gabled buildings. It’s very easy to explore on foot and children will fall in love with somewhere that has chocolate shops on every corner and street stalls selling waffles in every market square.

Don’t miss: a cruise along the canals. These are surprisingly inexpensive and it’s a great way to see the city from the water. You’ll pass plenty of ducks and swans and learn all about the history of the city and its stories as you go.

Your kids will love: Choco-Story, the chocolate museum. Belgium produces some of the best chocolate in the world and you can find out about the history of chocolate and how it’s made in this fascinating museum. Best of all, you can watch chocolates being made right in front of you at the end of the tour.

Make it more fun by: climbing all 366 steps to the top of the Belfry, the medieval bell tower overlooking the market square. There are some great views over the city from the top.

Foodie treats: You can’t go to Bruges and not try the magnificent waffles topped with fresh fruit, whipped cream and lashings of chocolate sauce. You’ll find the best and freshest waffles at the street stalls rather than in the restaurants. Bruges is also a great place to eat bowlfuls of mussels and chips.

Best time to visit: Spring and autumn can be delightful times to visit Bruges. If you want to avoid the crowds, come in winter when it’s colder but much less busy. Avoid the summer months if you can as cruise ships dock nearby and thousands of people visit the city on day trips.

For more ideas of great cities to visit with children, take a look at The Best City Breaks for Families in Europe – Part One.

Getting About
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DISCLOSURE: This is a collaborative post. All words and opinions are, of course, my own.

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  1. 7th December 2017 / 9:06 am

    I endorse this post 100% We have loved city breaks in all these cities (except Edinburgh) with our kids. Bruges holds a special place in my memories because it was the first little break we took with our twins after they had just turned one. Great ideas here Clare

    • 8th December 2017 / 10:30 am

      Katy, how cool – I also have visited all these cities with my children except Edinburgh. Eerie… 🙂

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:03 pm

      Thanks so much, Katy. Those first trips always have such special places in our memories, don’t they? The other great thing about city breaks is that you don’t always need long chunks of time to enjoy them. I’d like to do a lot more this year if we can.

  2. 7th December 2017 / 9:14 am

    Nice compilation and one which I concur with. My cousin has travelled to Edinburgh with her young kids and they found it amazing. London, I feel, is excellent for all ages.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:04 pm

      Thanks so much. We just love visiting London and go regularly with our two. Cities in general make great little breaks with the kids.

  3. 7th December 2017 / 9:27 am

    Hi Clare! I love this list and all of the places you featured. Although we are not traveling with kids, I can absolutely imagine that all of these cities are wonderful with kids. So happy to see Paris featured on this list!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:08 pm

      Hi Alix, thank you so very much! Paris is – and will always be – one of my favourites.

  4. 7th December 2017 / 10:21 am

    Yes, yes, yes!I agree! We have had great city breaks in all of these apart from Bruges (which I must visit!). Edinburgh is a favourite as it’s my husband’s home city but I also have fond memories of my son in Paris, armed with a camera, taking photos of everything!
    #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:10 pm

      It’s so fabulous when you see your kids getting excited about visiting the places you’ve loved, isn’t it? I took just one of my boys to Paris and it was such a special time for us both. Looking forward to lots more city breaks in the new year.

  5. 7th December 2017 / 10:26 am

    There are so many places in Europe we still need to takes the boys to. Love this list. I love how European cities can feel so different from one season to the next. Missing the Christmas markets at the mo. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:11 pm

      Thanks so very much, Jenny. European cities do feel so different from each other, don’t they? – that definitely adds to their charm.

  6. 7th December 2017 / 10:34 am

    Thanks for posting this very useful blog. I have found Paris has some August advantages such as the summer beach, big wheel and lower hotel prices.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:12 pm

      You’re very welcome, Tim. Good to hear you’ve enjoyed Paris during August – those are definitely advantages!

  7. 7th December 2017 / 11:31 am

    Yes to all of the above. We’ve had great times with the kids in all but Berlin (which is a city I’ve never been to – shame on me!) and Bruges which I’ve only been to without kids but know they’d love it. Next on your list needs to be Nice! #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:13 pm

      Of course next on our list must be Nice! I’d so love to meet you in person, Phoebe, and you’ve been so brilliant at convincing me to visit so much more outside of the obvious on the French Riviera.

  8. 7th December 2017 / 11:36 am

    So many great city breaks for families! I’m excited to start exploring Europe with the kids. I haven’t been back since the kids were born. #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:14 pm

      Thanks so much, Alison. I shall really look forward to your posts about exploring Europe with the kids – when you do make it over here.

  9. 7th December 2017 / 11:56 am

    That’s a really great list! Been to a few of those but not all. Eorope really does have a great variety of awesome cities. 🙂 #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:14 pm

      Thanks so much, Lisa. You’re right, Europe has some of the most varied and exciting cities! I’m desperate to explore more of them.

  10. 7th December 2017 / 1:54 pm

    All great cities for kids from 3-83! I love your Bruges photo. I am going to Berlin in January so will check out the DDR museum on your advice. Wilbur. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:15 pm

      Absolutely Wilbur! How exciting that you’re off to Berlin. I shall look forward to your post.

  11. 7th December 2017 / 2:16 pm

    I don’t even have children yet and I’m sold on going to all of these cities (some a second or third time)! What great ideas in each place, and good to know how kid friendly they can be!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:16 pm

      The brilliant thing about these cities is that they’re great no matter what age you are – there’s always something new to discover and see.

  12. 7th December 2017 / 2:42 pm

    Wonderful guide!! We have always enjoyed taking our kids to cities. Now my son has moved into London. We’ve been enjoying visiting him there as often as we can !! x #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:17 pm

      Thanks so much, Maria. That’s definitely an advantage for when the kids are older. One of mine really wants to live in London.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:17 pm

      Thanks so much, Keri.

  13. 7th December 2017 / 4:20 pm

    Love love love this! A fabulous list of amazing cities. We’ve been to many of these places with our kids, with the exception of Berlin, and enjoyed every one! I’m hoping we’ll find our way to Greenwich in the near future, and Berlin is definitely on my list! #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:18 pm

      Thanks so very much. I’m really looking forward to reading all your great posts about your trip to London and finding out if you ever made it to Greenwich.

  14. 7th December 2017 / 7:37 pm

    Out of these, my favourite is Edinburgh 🙂 Had a great time, even though I was there for work, and spent most of my time indoors.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:18 pm

      Edinburgh is such a brilliant city. I’d love to explore it further this coming year.

  15. 7th December 2017 / 8:31 pm

    Ha! We’ve done almost all those cities with the kids (and all the way from Oz). I think Paris is the perfect city for kids. Everyone adores it! Parks everywhere, chips with everything and so much fun #Farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 1:19 pm

      Well that is really impressive, Lydia. Paris is brilliant. It’s a city that sometimes doesn’t seem all that family friendly but once you’re there you realise what a great playground it is for kids of all ages.

  16. 7th December 2017 / 8:46 pm

    So many great destinations! I wish the school holidays were longer, I’d love to spend more time in London with my boys and Paris is definitely high on my older son’s list. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 2:50 pm

      Thanks Annabel. I really wish the school holidays were longer too – there’s never enough time to explore all the places we want to!

  17. 7th December 2017 / 10:26 pm

    We have had great breaks in Amsterdam and Paris with the children. Berlin was a special grown up favourite time to take the teens! #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 2:51 pm

      My two love city breaks. I think they get even more out of them as they get older.

  18. 7th December 2017 / 11:20 pm

    I’m dying to visit Bruges – it just looks so picture perfect that I know I would love it. Good tip re: the bus that goes around Paris! Taking note. Great post, Clare. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      31st December 2017 / 2:51 pm

      We found out about the bus when I went alone with my son. It’s such a great ride and costs virtually nothing!

  19. 8th December 2017 / 3:04 am

    What a great list! I don’t have any children to take travelling with me but I can confirm that these also make great destinations for big kids 🙂 Berlin is next on my list, I can’t believe I’ve still never been there. I think I’d really love it. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:56 pm

      Thanks so much, Rachel. Yes, these definitely make great destinations for people of all ages. Sure you’ll love Berlin!

  20. 8th December 2017 / 7:35 am

    A great list! Time for more exploring! My kids are older but explore we will!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:56 pm

      Thanks so much, Shelley. It’s always a good time for exploring!

  21. 8th December 2017 / 8:24 am

    I never really considered Amsterdam to much fun for kids (because it’s so busy and crowded), but the way you describe it, I can see why they’d like it. Poffertjes!! For kids from the age of 4 I think NEMO is also simply brilliant in Amsterdam.
    #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:57 pm

      Thanks so much for the tip, Esther. We’ll have to go to NEMO on our next visit. We found Amsterdam a lot less crowded in the winter which made it a lot nicer for all of us.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:57 pm

      You definitely will, Tanja! What a lot of exciting travels you’ve got ahead of you.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:58 pm

      Thanks so much, Annette. That’s a lovely comment.

  22. 8th December 2017 / 1:34 pm

    I have always liked your family posts, Clare, though I don’t have kids – you give me alternative ideas on what to see and do in these popular European cities. As an adult, sometimes I get bored too when I spend a long time in museums or get tired from walking around (wish they have foot massage in Europe!). Good tips on Berlin, Bruges and Amsterdam – these are the cities that I have yet to explore. #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:59 pm

      Thanks so very much, Kat. I do love finding out alternative things to do in popular cities too – I’m not a fan of crowds and it’s fun to do different sorts of things when you’re in a city.

  23. 8th December 2017 / 2:32 pm

    Wow…what a great list. There are still so many cities in Europe that we haven’t visited with the boys. Wonderful things to see and do here. Love the foodie treats, always so important! #FarawayFiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 5:59 pm

      Thank you so very much, Nicky. There’s always more of Europe to explore, isn’t there? We’re very lucky.

  24. 8th December 2017 / 2:42 pm

    I can proudly say that I have visited all these cities several times already for business and leisure. All are great choices. Personally though when it comes to Brugges, I prefer Ghent when it comes to visiting with little ones. #farwayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 7:37 pm

      Lucky you, Jules. Thanks for the tip. I’ll be sure to visit Ghent with my two!

  25. 9th December 2017 / 3:18 pm

    I have been to a fair few of these – but only a couple with my kids. I must admit, I never imagine Paris as a very child friendly place – although you have convinced me to think again – playgrounds and carousels are always a hit with us, and what a brilliant tip about the bus!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 7:38 pm

      Thanks so much, Jenny. Paris never seemed all that child-friendly to me either but it was a massive hit when I went there on a one-to-one trip with one of my sons.

  26. 9th December 2017 / 7:20 pm

    These are all wonderful places, and good to know all the details of where to take kids there, too. I would love to visit any one of these cities with my grandkids someday!

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 7:39 pm

      Thanks so much, Sharon. Hopefully it won’t be too long before you get to take some of your grandchildren to these European cities.

  27. 10th December 2017 / 2:25 am

    What a great resource for families looking for a weekend break. I love how you’ve structured it for each city, and will def keep it in mind for that day in the future, when we move to Europe (actually happening, not just a dream), and can easily get to these cities. #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 7:40 pm

      What exciting news, Shelley! It’s always amazing to turn dreams into reality. It’s easy for us Europeans to forget how easy it is for us to get around other parts of Europe sometimes.

  28. 10th December 2017 / 3:00 pm

    Lovely round up Claire, I love all these cities but still need to take my boys to few! So far they loved Paris and indulging almost on daily basis with Kensington and London treats! #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 7:41 pm

      Thank you so much. Europe has such fabulous cities and I’ve so enjoyed exploring them again with my two boys.

  29. 11th December 2017 / 2:38 pm

    We loved Bruges as a family, and I live in London with my family so obviously think it is great! Edinburgh is on my list for next year … #farawayfiles

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      3rd January 2018 / 7:46 pm

      Edinburgh is such an amazing city to visit with kids. Can’t wait to revisit with mine.

  30. 14th February 2024 / 9:40 am

    Thanks so much. We just love visiting London and go regularly with our two.

    • Clare Thomson
      Author
      14th February 2024 / 1:20 pm

      London is such a brilliant city to visit with kids.

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