Enjoy your Family Holidays by choosing among the unique and carefully selected holiday ideas from around the world!
Alton Towers Theme Park
Alton Towers is one the UK’s biggest tourist attractions in every way attracting millions of visitors every year. Located in the beautiful grounds of a semi-ruined Gothic country house near Stoke-on-Trent in the West Midlands, the theme park provides a wide range of activities and adventures to suit people of all ages.
Young children can enjoy the Charlie & The Chocolate Factory ride, visit the Farm or enjoy loads of rides and activities to keep all ages happy including many traditional fairground attractions.
Paris & Ile-de-France
Left Bank attractions include the Panthéon, the Basilica of St Séverin, the Palais and Jardin du Luxembourg, the Hôtel des Invalides (containing Napoleon’s tomb), the Musée Rodin and St-Germain-des-Prés. Continuing westwards from the Quai d’Orsay past the Eiffel Tower and across the Seine onto the Right Bank, the visitor encounters collection of museums and galleries known as the Trocadéro, a popular meeting place for young Parisians. A short walk to the north is the Place Charles de Gaulle, known to Parisians as the Étoile, and to tourists as the site of the Arc de Triomphe.
The beaches are well cared and offer a host of water sports and activities including water skiing, boating, swimming, sailing, wind surfing, and fishing. The beaches are also the ideal spot to go for a sunbath, and relax with family or friends. The marine life of the region can also be observed from the beaches. The famous beaches of Mauritius are – Grand Bay, Blue Bay, Pereybere, Belle Mare, Flic en Flac, Le Morne and Tamarin. This is a perfect idea of family holidays.
Memphis and Saqqara
Built by King Menes, Memphis is the oldest capital of Egypt and is 24 km from Cairo. The Statue of Ramesses II built of fine-grained limestone is displayed in the museum. The other interesting monuments at Memphis are Temple for Embalming the Sacred Apis Bull. Saqqara is the ancient Egyptian cemetery on a desert plateau near Cairo. Nearby is the Step Pyramid built for King Zoser by Imhotep, Pyramids of Unas of the Fifth Dynasty Pharaohs, The Serapeum, Greek Philosopher Circle and The Mastabas, of Ptah-Hotep, Ti and Mereruka.
Wat Ton Son
Located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, is the old temple of Wat Ton Son enshrining the image of the seated Buddha known as ‘Somdet Phra Si Muang’.
4. N. America
Located in Victoria, Butchart Garden is a must-see for horticultural lovers on a Vancouver Island vacation.
To get to this famous garden in Canada by public transportation, take the bus #75 for “Central Sahnich” from downtown Victoria. There are also regular shuttles during the summer from May through October leaving from the main bus terminal, every half hour. Tickets are around $25 and are purchased from a separate Gray Lines desk—not the main ticket office. The price includes garden entrance and a return trip. Have an enchanting Family Holidays.
5. S. America
Rio de Janeiro
The city has got areas snuggled up between a splendid bay and immaculate world famous beaches on one side, and a swiftly risen mountain range, roofed by a lavish tropical forest on the other.
There is a good collection of museums that houses the whole lot of ancient objects and Brazilian artifacts. The charming long-standing neighborhoods, striking parks and gardens, and remarkable mountain views cannot be missed either.
6. Central America
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7. Middle East
Dubai blessed with a beautiful beachfront, and the city’s sultry heat makes nearly every day ideal for a trip to the beach for a great family holidays. Dubai’s main beaches run along Jumeira Road. Beach activities in Dubai include snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing and fishing, and there are many outlets in the city where gear can be rented.
Kelly Tarltons Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World
Located on the picturesque waterfront along Tamaki Drive, just minutes away from downtown Auckland, Kelly Tarltons Antarctic Encounter & Underwater World is the city’s premier marine attraction, providing an all weather close up interactive experience of the Southern Oceans. A rare mix of aquarium, zoo and museum, visitors are assured of several close encounters with penguins, sharks, giant eels, stingrays and many other species of fish. The massive 350,000 litre open-topped tank allows the visitor to get up close and personal with these graceful, winged sea creatures.
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