The holiest Christian holiday is a great opportunity for the family to get together and take a breather from the sometimes stressful everyday life.
As most schools close during Easter, this is one of the most popular times of the year for a nice family holiday. Besides sightseeing, there are many activities to keep the children amused, and the weather should be perfect.
Auto Europe recommends Italy, Austria and the UK as suitable Easter destinations. Find a family-friendly accommodation, be it a fancy hotel with a swimming pool and game zones, or farms, the latest agricultural tourism craze which lets you spend some quality time in nature. With plenty of time on your hands and a plethora of children-friendly activities, your Easter break is going to be nothing but fun!
Leave Rome and tours brimming with history behind and choose a farm stay in Tuscany! Beautiful Tuscany with its rolling hills, vineyards, and olive groves is a fairy tale come true! Stay in one of old but renovated houses to soak in the real Tuscan flair. Good news is that most of the villas come with a swimming pool. Apart from hiking as the main activity where you can wander and wonder, book a cooking course or visit a lavender farm, and see how local organic products are made!
Picture-perfect Tirol invites you for an unforgettable holiday experience. Enjoy the Alpine landscapes first-hand and the breathtaking vistas from mountain tops easily accessible with a cable railway lift. The whole of Tirol can be seen as a massive playground with plenty of fantastic activities for the whole family. Take your kids hiking, spend a few fun hours on immensely popular summer toboggan runs, or visit a local village fair. If you are in good shape don’t miss climbing forests usually nested within thick pine tree forests. All of them offer various fitness level rounds and make for a great holiday experience!
There’s no place like home, some like to say. Why wouldn’t you use this short break to get acquainted with the UK even better? For example, take your family to London and allow enough time for day visits to Cambridge, Oxford, and Cotswolds. In London itself, there are plenty of activities suitable for a family holiday. Take advantage of free museums where children can marvel at hands-on exhibits and take part in interactive workshops, or visit beautiful and world famous parks. As the capital is quite pricey, go for a self-catering accommodation to make the holiday budget last longer. It’s a fact – “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”.
Besides London, Lake District, Scottish Highlands, and Welsh coast also make for a fantastic family-friendly destination.