Sleeping in hostels is one of the ways to cut your travel costs. From our experience, hosteling can be easily done with kiddos as well. But before you decide, read 9 things you should consider before booking a hostel.
Besides the passport, plane ticket, travel health insurance and, of course, money, there is also the travel health kit – one of the essential luggage pieces.
When we think of the word hostel, we immediately think of young people traveling the world on a limited budget – I used to be one of them. However, ever since we traveled through the land of the rising sun, Japan, we think that hosteling can also be a great choice for families as well.
Longer trips with kids can be a bit of challenge for the parents, as well as for the youngsters. By making the right decisions, your journey will be a nice and unforgettable experience. Kids usually enjoy short-distance train drives, but when they become longer parents have to invest more effort and creativity to keep the child in a good mood.
Our family has traveled quite a few kilometers by car. Long distance driving can be exhausting, but you can make it more pleasant by preparing for it beforehand. The most important thing is to enjoy the road trip without rushing.
The eternal dilemma still persists even after years of living in two different parts of Europe, travelling to the end of the world and back, and several solo travels with child. What to pack for a plane trip to keep the little one happy and mum stress-free?
I’ve had quite a few parents ringing me up before going on their first flight with a baby, asking for advice on how to prepare for, and comfortably spend time flying.