Learning Escapes Family Travel Blog

Learning Escapes is a family travel blog dedicated to parents who, like us, believe holidays are the best opportunity to spend quality time with their kids. We want to inspire you to travel with your children and build great family memories: browse our menu for destination ideas, how-to guides and reviews that will help you along the way. Happy travel planning! Marta (mum), Phil (dad), Mr M and Little Ms E.


Children books about Portugal you and your kids will love

In this post, we talk about children books about Portugal that we used to get our kids excited about our upcoming trip to Lisbon. They are a good read if you are about to travel to Portugal but they can also be used as a reference if studying the country in school, or...

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Lava BrightSounds 2: portable bluetooth speaker review

Do you listen to music, while you travel? Our family always seem to have music on, may it be in the car while road tripping around Tuscany or in the backyard of our home exchange home, where the kids play while I busy myself in the kitchen. Music is the soundtrack of...

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5 reasons to choose a ‘Holiday Village’ Holiday

We are great city explorers but when it comes to relaxation, nothing beats the pleasure and convenience of an all-inclusive family holiday in a beach resort. What can be better than chilling poolside while your kids laugh their summer away trying out new activities...

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The ABC of visiting Ireland with kids

Ireland is a fantastic destination for a family vacation. Safe, friendly and full of attractions for all ages, it has dynamic cities, stunning nature and a rich history that comes to life in castles, fairy walks and atmospheric pubs. These are our best tips for...

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Tips for visiting the cliffs of Moher with kids

They are one of the most photographed spots in the whole of Ireland, but are the Cliffs of Moher safe to visit as a family? We were there again this weekend and this is our guide to visiting the Cliffs of Moher with kids. Few places embody the wild landscape of...

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