France

27 December 2008

Travelling to France with children can be a great adventure and because France is so close to the UK it opens up so many opportunities. You can get there either by plane, boat or train; it is entirely up to you. You can also chose what type of accommodation suits you best. The options are endless; do you hire a tent, a mobile home, a cottage or stay in a bed and breakfast or hotel. You could even take your own tent, camper or caravan and travel around to your hearts content. We could be here forever discussing every permeation available to you, so we have chosen a few options to look at and offer you guidance on where to find out more.

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Normandy

27 December 2008

Normandy, on the west tip of France is renowned for it’s relaxing atmosphere. You really can’t help, but relax here. Despite it’s annual tourist invasion it remains relatively unspoilt.
Getting there
By far the easiest way to get to Normandy is by ferry.
You can also fly to Orly and Roisy- Charles de Gaulle, but then you’d need to take a train to Nomandy, which really could be a hassle travelling with children.

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Child Car Seat Regulations - FAQ’s

27 December 2008

The new laws regarding the use of child car seats from 18th September are causing some confusion. It has been reported that some parents do not fully understand what they mean. We have listed some of the questions that we are frequently asked so that you can be prepared and your children can travel safely.

Below are some of the questions that we have been asked regarding the new regulations. If you have any questions or advice then please contact us. Read more