Best Madrid Day Trips for Families with Autism

      Madrid‘s central location makes it an ideal base to stay in for families wishing to explore Spain‘s nearby cities of Avila, Segovia, and Toledo. In fact, families can explore a variety of medieval castles, religious shrines, and local culinary delicacies while staying comfortably in one place and driving less than two hours… Read More

Exploring the Hergé Museum with Family

The Hergé Museum (Musee Herge) is an ode to the life of one of the most prolific illustrators of the twentieth century. Displaying hundreds of hand drawings, plates, photographs, and documents, the museum aims to shed light on the genius and humor of Belgian artist Georges Prosper Remi, who wrote under the pen name Herge. How… Read More

Taking the Family to Munich Germany

Munich, on the banks of the Isar river and just north of the majestic Alps, is the capital of Bavaria. The city is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. Known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration , it is not only a fascinating destination in itself but can provide as a base for travelers wishing… Read More

Our Family Day Trip to Olympia Greece

Last year, we got the chance to visit one of the places that had been high up on our bucket list. Home to the famous Olympic Games, Olympia Greece is a stop that’ll please any history or Greek mythology buff. Though we only got to visit the ancient city briefly, we had a great time… Read More

Experiencing Venice Italy with Kids

Visiting the city of Venice, Italy is a sensory experience, with the sharp taste of salt packed in the air, the constant wind, the cobblestone underneath one’s feet, and candy for the eyes everywhere. Though pegged as a city for lovers, many families, including families with autism, can find many things to do. Here are… Read More

Taking Kids With Autism to Budapest Hungary

    When visiting other countries, it is a good idea to visit that country’s capital. Budapest is Hungary’s capital and one of the largest cities in the European Union. With its stunning architecture  many museums  and excellent restaurants ,the city is bound to delight all families including those traveling with autism. After several trips to… Read More

Top Seven Attractions for Families in Pisa Italy

Pisa is an Italian city most famous for the Leaning Tower of Pisa. However, there is so much more to the city than this one architectural oddity. Here are some of our favorite places to visit in this beautiful city. Leaning Tower of Pisa As mentioned, the city is famous for its Leaning Tower, which… Read More

Family Friendly Activities in Berlin Germany

        Germany’s capital, Berlin has a rich history and a checkered past. It is not only one of the most hauntingly beautiful cities in Europe but has become a modern travel hub and popular tourist destination. For families planning to visit; here are our favorite family-friendly spots in the city Berlin. Some are culture rich;… Read More

Visiting Pompeii with Autism

One of the most prominent places to visit in Southern Italy is, of course, Pompeii. An ancient Roman city almost perfectly preserved from a horrific natural event, Pompeii is a ‘must do’ for most history buffs. For parents planning on taking any children with autism with them, there are some things and options to consider. Location… Read More

Top Five Activities When Taking Kids With Autism To Monaco

One of the world’s smallest countries, Monaco sits tucked away along the Mediterranean Sea along the southern coast of France. There is certain romanticism towards this country; with its famous casino, palace, and cathedral it is a decadent getaway for any couple. Families will surely wonder if Monaco offers things to do with children. Here… Read More

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