Attending a Flamenco Show with Children with Autism

  Hello Margalit, My name is Dondria, and I’m from New Orleans, Louisiana. We are traveling to Madrid, Spain next month and my husband, and I were trying to decide on something. Our twin fourteen-year-old sons have autism. We have taken them places and done road-trips, and they have flown before, and we survived. Now… Read More

Taking Kids with Autism to Madrid Spain

  Madrid is a popular travel destination for international travelers. It’s high standard of living, and thriving economy attracts many visitors year round and the culture that is prevalent throughout the city keeps them coming back for more. There are dozens of attractions throughout the city that attract all ages. Here are our favorite spots… Read More

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

Ten Best Things to do with Kids in Barcelona

  Barcelona is a beautiful city inundated with life and culture. Tourists come from all over the world to see its famous attractions and enjoy the relaxing pace. Most travelers do not realize that Barcelona is very kid friendly as well. Below are the ten best things to see and do with kids when traveling… Read More

Staying with Kids at Barcelona’s Le Meridien

One of our favorite places to stay while visiting Barcelona, Spain is the Le Meridian hotel. This five-star establishment, located at 111 La Rambla in the heart of Barcelona, contains 231 rooms and is centrally situated in the city.The hotel is a short walking distance from the Barri-Gotic old town, as well as the Picasso… Read More

Visiting the Alhambra Palace with Family

    The Alhambra Palace is a UNESCO world heritage site located in Granada, Spain that features well-preserved Moorish Architecture. It is also a vast and beautiful palace that travelers from around the world flock to see. Visitors can gaze at this fantastic “pearl set in emeralds,” cited as an example of Muslim historical art. If visitors find… Read More

Top Five Family Activities on Lanzarote Island

  Although the Spanish Canary Islands could have once housed the legendary Garden of Hesperides, these islands were mentioned by Pliny the Elder in his encyclopedia of the natural world. At that time, Lanzarote received the descriptor of a “purple island,” and the island’s name from the natives was Tyterogaka, meaning “one that is all… Read More

Trekking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela with Autism

As some of you may know our readers are always invited to contact us to ask for advice, tips or any other help planning their trips. The service is free and is available through private email on our contact us section on tour navigation bar or via our FB page.  In this case, Lisa’s question about… Read More

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