If you'e thinking about a family holiday in Tuscany in 2013, the first thing to do is decide on your choice of accommodation. Tuscany villas and apartments are great options for those with children, giving you much more privacy and space versus staying in a hotel. They also tend to be much more economical. Bookings For You offer a range of Tuscany villas and apartments for your Tuscany holiday. Please do get in touch to discuss your requirements and we can recommend Tuscany accommodation best suited to your needs.
With 2 young children of my own, I know that the key to a successful family holiday is for the children to be happy. After all, if they're not happy you will soon know about it!! A crucial factor in ensuring your little ones will be happy is picking the right location for your holiday and the right holiday accommodation.
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If playing amid olive groves and vineyard covered hills is your idea of the perfect round of golf, then Tuscany is certainly an ideal destination for a golfing holiday! With an abundance of superb golf courses right across Tuscany to choose from, you will certainly be able to play at a different course each day.
There are an incredible amount of accommodation options to choose from for your holiday in Italy. First of all, you need to decide whether you want to opt for hotel accomodation or instead plump for self catering.
With the Christmas holidays a distant memory all too soon, it's not too late to book a last minute holiday with the children this February half term. And, with Christmas bills still needing to be paid, a February holiday doesn't have to break the bank either. Lake Maggiore is a superb place to take the children this February half term with plenty for them to see and do. Whilst not all attractions are open as some are confined to April to october opening hours, there is more than enough to fill your week. Around a 90 minute flight time from London to Milan with Easyjet, and with the Italian Lakes just an hours drive from the airport, it's also a really easy journey that won't cost the earth.
Rome might not be the first destination that springs to mind to take either your young children or teenagers this year. However there are a plenty of activities to keep them amused during your stay. It will be a city break that will keep all the members of the family happy, from the oldest to the youngest.