Amsterdam's coffee houses are popular meeting places and a delicious break on a busy day of sightseeing.
Amsterdam's newly reopened Rijksmuseum is the place to see Old Masters paintings and more.
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Amsterdam's distinctive traditional houses have a charming, storybook appeal.
Spend some time on Amsterdam's canals—the Dutch city is known as the Venice of the North!
Fruit juices at La Boqueria Food Market in Barcelona are a sweet treat for the little ones—and the big ones!
Barcelona is not only a bustling metropolis, but home to relaxing beaches, too.
Barcelona's Park Güell is a municipal garden designed by Antoni Gaudí.
The traditional red tile roofs of Florence with the Duomo in the background.
Florence's streets are made for quiet strolls, day or night.
Florence's many outdoor restaurants are a great place to grab a cup of coffee and let the little ones munch on biscotti or gelato.
Greece's Halkidiki peninsula is home to welcoming resorts.
Kassandra is one of the areas in Halkidiki, Greece, where you'll find ample elbow room and a relaxed vibe.
The birthplace of Aristotle, at Stageira, is marked by a statue of the philosopher.
Dublin's River Liffey is a magnet for little ones. The city is an excellent starting point for young travelers.
The busy Temple Bar area of Dublin offers nightlife for the grownups in your brood.
Powerscourt House in County Wicklow, Ireland, one of the great day trips you might consider out of Dublin.
A classic London juxtaposition: Millennium Bridge with the enormous dome of Saint Paul's Cathedral in the background.
An iconic view of London's Big Ben clock tower.
A venerable denizen of London's Natural History Museum, popular with kids of all ages!
Munich's Karlstor Gate and Karlsplatz Square are just two of the sights in Munich, a city that appeals to kids for its fairy tale appearance.
Aerial view of Munich's Marienplatz, New Town Hall, and Frauenkirche.
Neuschwanstein Castle, one of the classic fairy tale sights outside Munich.
Paris' Eiffel Tower was originally planned as a temporary structure and derided by local artists as an eyesore.
Hungry? Paris offers cafés, bistros, and brasseries on every corner!
Jardin du Luxembourg is an appealing pubic park and garden in Paris.
Get your gladiator on with a visitor to Rome's imposing Colosseum.
Ruins of ancient Rome stand right within the city itself, sparking the imagination of the little ones along with their parents.
When in Rome… save room for gelato!
Vienna's House of Art is a must-see for, who else, art lovers.
Vienna remains Europe's musical capital.
Vienna's popular Naschmarkt has existed since the 16th century, and is a great spot not only for shopping but for tasting!
From peerless parks to hands-on-museums and refreshingly affordable food, these major European cities all say "welcome!" to families with children.