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.


6 children books about Ireland you and your kids will love

Planning on visiting Ireland with young kids? Find out 6 children books about Ireland and its history that will spark your kids' interest in this wonderful country.  One of my favourite ways to get the kids excited about an upcoming trip is to read them books about...

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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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Family guide to Wicklow, Ireland

There are plenty of things to do in Wicklow with kids: from farms to historical sites and beautiful hikes, Wicklow is a great destination for families with kids of all ages  County Wicklow doesn’t often appear in travel itineraries in Ireland. Some of its most famous...

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Visiting Niagara Falls with kids: weekend itinerary

This year, Canada turns 150 and this occasion brings my memory back to our first family trip to this beautiful country and the day when we went visiting Niagara falls with the kids. We had an amazing time during that long summer we spent between Montreal and Toronto,...

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Discovering Venice with Wanderjack review

Venice is a maze of medieval streets and meandering waterways and allowing yourself to get lost in its narrow alleyways is one of the best ways to experience its charm. However, there is no denying that Venice's labyrinthine structure is also a bit of a pain so,...

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