The diversity and breadth of what Europe has to offer in terms of it’s history, food, culture and experiences is stunning. Europe is the continent the 2 Idiots have explored the most and we are excited to share our experiences from here.

Here are the countries we have traveled with our child in Europe (Iceland live and others coming soon!):

Croatia, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Montenegro, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Russia

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Best time to visit Greece

A Kid-Friendly Itinerary for Greece: Best Time to Visit Greece and More

If you ask any European about the summer, the first thing they usually think about is Greece. At least it is one of few countries that comes to mind if you think about summer holidays in Europe. Choosing the best time to visit Greece is very simple. If it’s sunny you can go there, because there is always something to do and see. Here’s our kid-friendly itinerary for a perfect Greek summer.

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best time to travel to Greece

Ultimate Itinerary For Greece With Kids: Best time to travel, things to do and much more

Greece is one of those places that resemble paradise on the beach. Turquoise water, impressive culture, and food to die for are enough reasons to visit Greece at least once in a lifetime. Choose the best time to travel to Greece and start planning a trip with your loved ones. Greece is one of the ultimate family destinations in Europe, and if you haven’t been here yet, now is the time for you to experience this natural beauty.

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Where to stay in Paris with kids

Where to Stay in Paris with Kids – The Best Areas for Family Holidays

Like most European cities, Paris is a family-friendly destination with almost all the attractions located near the city center. If you are wondering where to stay in Paris with kids, this is a guide that will help you decide. Although a very safe city, there are still some parts of it that are more convenient for families than the others, especially if you want to avoid public transportation.

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Perfect Itinerary for the Drive from Reyjkavik to Vik

Why do the 2 Idiots Recommend the Drive from Reykjavik to Vik?

When you visit Iceland, it’s highly likely that you will be flying into Reykjavik, Iceland’s main city, which is located on the western side of the country.  It’s also highly probable that you will venture out of the city because there is so much to see, and we recommend that you head to Vik, located about two and a half hours as the crow flies on the southern coast. However, we do not believe that you should simply head in a straight shot to Vik—but rather follow a route that allows you to maximize the sites.  In Iceland, it’s not just about the destination, but the route you take to reach where you are going. With that being said, while the distance between the two cities isn’t significant, note that we left Reykjavik at 8:30 am and reached Vik around 7 pm.

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Perfect Itinerary for The Golden Circle in Iceland

Why do the 2 Idiots Recommend The Golden Circle?

The Golden Circle, in our opinion, is one of the most beautiful drives a person can ever take in their lifetime. It comprises three stunning locations in the southwest of the country–Þingvellir National Park, the Geysir Geothermal Area, and Gullfoss waterfall. It’s quite surreal, frankly—and we saw so many incredible sites that we had never seen before or will likely see again.

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Ultimate Itinerary And Things To Do In Barcelona With Kids


Spain is our favorite country, and Barcelona is one of our favorite cities. It is one of the most underrated countries in Europe, and we love Barcelona even more than Paris. (Yes! We said it!) You’ll find the entire city, and country, for that matter, is very child-friendly – they will not shush your children for making noise in a restaurant! Instead, Barcelona is very laid back, vibrant and fun, and the people are very warm and welcoming. Here’s what to see when traveling to Barcelona with kids.

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View from the Mediterranean balcony in Tarragona, Spain

Ultimate Kid-Friendly Tarragona, Spain Itinerary & Travel Guide


After visiting one of our favorite cities, Barcelona, with extended family – and two more children – we hit the road to explore Southern Spain’s coastline, discovering the allure of the coastal city of Tarragona.

Upon first impressions, we were, well, not impressed. It seemed like a small, little town with not much but boy were we wrong. Not only did we see some incredible sights, we ended up having some of our best meals in this incredibly charming ancient Roman city. All you need is two days to see it, although we easily could have spent more time here.

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