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Family Travel: the 14 best family-friendly holiday destinations

Need inspiration to plan a trip with your family? Get rid of it by choosing one of these family trips that will make everyone crazy

Choosing a holiday destination that meets all the requirements of the different generations in your family while watching the cots can be difficult. It does not matter if your children are just sensible or at the height of their puberty, family trips to these holiday destinations will be in taste because they seem to be tailor made to meet everyone’s wishes.

Do you need some encouragement? Take a look at our 25 essential tips for traveling with children .

For the family that never wants to grow up – Rovaniemi, Finland

Gorgeous sliding on a sledge drawn by huskies in Finnish Lapland

Imagine running across endless white hills, along pine trees full of snow, just a few kilometers from the Pool Circle. Then you’re stuck on board a snowmobile or a sleigh pulled by huskies – you can expect your family in Rovaniemi.

The temperatures break here all low records: at -35 ° C, this capital of Fins Lapland encompasses the winter, with cozy restaurants filled with warm wool, such as Nili , where they provide your dishes that are as wild and rugged as the northern landscape. With roasted reindeer and fresh blueberries or a bean stew you will warm up inside before returning to the cold winter wonderland.

But what about those pretty bearded men who are completely dressed in red and where the children (and many adults) are so fond of? This is considered to be his home. At Santa Claus Village , you might find Santa Claus in Santa Claus Headquarters Office (an official service from the Finnish National Mail Service, where more than half a million letters per year come in).

Or maybe you’ll see him busy in the stables, where he cares for his reindeer. Children can learn all sorts of tricks from Santa’s helpers, from making gingerbread to toys, in the eleven’s studio. Even the biggest child will have to admit that the Santa is in existence.

You can not really get to the north without trying to catch a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis (Noorderlicht), which carries the night sky in many beautiful colors. It’s possible to see 150 nights a year, so you’re likely to see it in and around the city from mid-August to April.

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