There's more to Dublin than nightlife and Guinness! Escape to Dublin for a week or so with the kids and discover its kid-friendly attractions, from the Zoo to Phoenix Park and the Imaginosity Interactive Museum.
When it comes to family-friendly hotels in New York City, you'll have ample choice. Treating yourself to a five-star stay in the Big Apple means you'll find yourself in the best locations with the best service and finest amenities available in town.
The largest of three Cayman Islands in the Caribbean, Grand Cayman is a water lover's paradise with a plethora of family-friendly activities and attractions at majestic beaches with ocean water as clear as a swimming pool.
Nothing looks so inviting after a long day at a theme park like the on-site hotel--like the plush couches and fireplaces in the lobby of the Grand Californian at Disneyland, or the cloud of refined chocolate that seems to waft out of Hotel Hershey.
Do the winter holidays have you dreaming of a sunny Christmas? If sitting on a warm, sandy beach sounds better than huddling by a crackling fireplace, then consider adding these 10 destinations on your holiday wish list.
Cruise lines sure know how to make life a breeze when sailing on the high seas. Family pools and supervised children's programs keep kids (and parents) happy while adults are pampered with spas, bars and pools that are off-limits to minors. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Why not browse our list of gems off the beaten track for some inspiration for your family vacation? Hit the beaches in Croatia, go river rafting in the wilderness of the French Ardeche or explore the caves in Puglia.
All-inclusive resorts are a great fool-proof way of taking the hassle out of your family vacation. Less planning is needed - no extra costs, no extra budget, no headaches, more time for you and the kids to get some R&R.
Don't let packing become a nightmare! A bad packing strategy can mean you don't get the most out of your family vacation. When packing for your family vacation, these usual culprits should be avoided at all costs.
You're a family that's done it all -- you've sailed the sunny seas and skied the snowy peaks -- and now you're looking for something different for your next family vacation. A road trip is another wonderful option.
Some of these theme parks may be closer to where you live, so you can drive there or pay less for a flight, and others are more affordable for families and less crowded, but just as effective in showing kids a fun and unforgettable time.
Whether your child wants to pretend they are on a pirate adventure, do indoor camping, sleep in a tree house or find themselves surrounded by characters from their favorite films and TV shows, they're in for a treat.
For families looking for a quiet escape, we've tracked down some family-friendly resorts in the Caribbean for the best escapes under the sun. Check out these hidden gems for vacations that are guaranteed to take you away from it all.
Some people save up for years to meet Mickey and friends at the resort's four enchanting theme parks, two water parks and Downtown Disney. But with so much to see and do at the 40-square-mile resort, it can also zap a family's energy and finances.