Thinking about heading to Disneyland Paris with a baby or toddler? Keep scrolling for my best tips for Disneyland Paris as a Paris day trip.
One of my favorite activities to do when I travel with my family is to book a vacation photographer.
Not only do we get incredible photos of our entire family in amazing locations, but we also learn a lot of local tips and tricks from our photographer, read more now for tips on how to find the best vacation photographer for your next family adventure!
Are you getting bored with the usual holiday gift options for your kids? Would you like to encourage them to start thinking about the world around them? How does traveling the world from the comfort of your home sound?
I’ve compiled a list of the coolest Paris gifts for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and children of all ages.
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My kids have been lucky enough to see a bit of the world first-hand. This is an unbelievable opportunity for them.
However, like most families, we aren’t able to spend all our days traveling the world. This is where books come to play.
Do you ever take photos while traveling and they just sit on your computer? Or maybe you put a few on social media? I try to create photo books whenever possible, but that’s becoming a hobby I rarely have time to do. My family loves to look at photos of our family travels. So, when Lumaprints contacted me about their metal prints, I had just the photo in mind!
This can be intimidating for families with small children. I’m here to assure you that Arc de Triomphe with kids is not only doable, but it can be a blast even with babies and toddlers. See our full Paris itinerary here.
Whenever I think of a classic Parisian woman, the first thing that comes to mind is the iconic Breton striped shirt. Look at any vintage photo of Paris and you’ll see celebrities and everyday people rocking the Breton shirt. But, it’s also very current and on-trend. It’s truly a classic shirt that has thrived throughout the decades.
A few weeks before our trip to Paris, I ran across a blog post about a program where volunteers give tourists a free private walking tour of the city. It sounded too good to be true.
I immediately looked up Paris Greeters to get more information. Paris Greeters is an organization of volunteers who are passionate about sharing their city with visitors.