Family Travel Guide Books

Family travel guide books serve more than one purpose. They, of course, tell you where to go and how to get there, with tips for dealing with having children along. They do make planning your family vacation easier. But, they also serve to build the anticipation for the trip for every member of the family. Pick one up and use it to plan, then leave it out on your coffee table so the kids – or you – can browse at your leisure. Then enjoy the moments when your kids come running to find you with the book open, talking about what they ‘can’t wait’ to do. familytravel-staycationPlanning Your Family Staycation: Fun Ideas for Your At-Home Summer Vacation Yes, this is my book. It is the best one out there for staycations, if that is what you are planning this year. Book Description: Does your family enjoy a fun and exciting summer vacation but the budget is tight? Are you tired of going away on a week-long trip only to come home needing a vacation from your vacation? Does the thought of crowds at the airport or gas prices make you want to just stay home? Well, you can stay at home and still have a great vacation by having a family staycation! Planning Your Family Staycation is full of ideas for turning your home into a place you’ll want to vacation in, suggestions for activities that your kids will love and tons of tips that will make your family want to staycation again and again. familytravel-looseFamily on the Loose: The Art of Traveling with Kids Book Description: Pack your bags, hop a plane, and take a trip! Family travel is a great way to expand your cultural horizons and help cultivate our next generation of global citizens. Wondering how to turn a journey with your kids into an enriching and rewarding adventure? This book offers hundreds of easy-to-use ideas for:

  • Drumming up excitement for the journey ahead
  • Teaching your kids to pack themselves
  • Having fun at the airport and on the plane
  • Easing jetlag and schedule changes
  • Involving everyone in setting itineraries and expectations
  • Making museums and tourist stops engaging for everyone
  • Enriching your travel experience through journaling
  • Keeping the joy of the journey alive long after your return
  • Discovering cultural education in your own back yard

This book is intended for well-seasoned travelers and newbies alike who enjoy being with their children, want to enrich their education, and are excited to discover, as a family, the vast and unique experiences this world has to offer. familytravel-atlasNational Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas: Maps, Games, Activities, and More for Hours of Backseat Fun Book Description:Keeping kids entertained while on a long drive can be a challenge, but the National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Atlas can help. This book includes easy-to-read, simple road maps of each state and Washington, D.C., and a map of the United States. State symbols, cool things to do, boredom busters, fun facts, wacky roadside attractions, and games accompany the maps and provide engaging information with stunning photographs that will keep kids engaged for hours. In the back matter, a comprehensive index makes it easy for kids to look up names and places. To top it all off, everything is presented in colorful NG Kids style, allowing kids to learn as they ride and have a blast doing it! familytravel-babyTravels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide for Planning Trips with Babies, Toddlers, and Preschool-Age Children This book looked like a real life usable book, so I added it. Please let me know if you found it useful. Amazon member review: “There are SO SO many helpful hints in this book! I did lots of research before flying with my granddaughter for the first time and this book, by far, was my best resource.”   familytravel-lonelyplanetLonely Planet Travel with Children (How to) Book Description:Our team of parent-authors gives you ideas and advice about every aspect of traveling with your kids, from planning to packing to getting along on the road – and what to do when things go wrong.

  • Tips on choosing the right kind of trip for your family
  • How to stay healthy, keep safe and keep them happy
  • Special advice for solo parents and parents with teenagers
  • Travel games to while away long car, train or plane trips
  • With Hundreds of ideas for where to stay and what to do in the world’s best family-friendly destinations
  • Toy shopping in Tokyo
  • Swimming with dolphins at Kaikoura, New Zealand
  • Climbing the rock towers of Meteora, Greece
  • Counting mountains and spotting bears in the Canadian Rockies
  • Riding an ostrich at Oudtshoorn, South Africa

familytravel-europeTake Your Kids to Europe, 8th: How to Travel Safely (and Sanely) in Europe with Your Children Book Description:Can an eight-year-old have fun in Paris? Can you entertain a teenager in Madrid? Will an extended family vacation to Europe be a unique and rewarding experience? You bet!”Take Your Kids to Europe” is a practical and comprehensive guide to traveling throughout Europe with your family. Inside you’ll find all the information a family needs to survive and get the most out of a trip to Europe – from finding the best family-friendly accommodation, restaurants, and entertainment to dealing with the differences in language and culture you will experience. For families planning a holiday anywhere in Europe, this will become an invaluable resource to not only surviving, but thoroughly enjoying every moment.This book contains: family friendly places to stay and eat; entertainment that kids and adults will enjoy; travel tips and advice; and much more.

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