From Italy to Germany to Spain to Denmark, there are more child-friendly places in Europe then you can imagine. Fairy tale castles, enchanting zoos, historical sites and thrilling amusement parks are just some of the fun family attractions awaiting you there. With fascinating museums, expansive parks and easy to navigate public transit systems, many of Europe’s major cities are inviting to all ages. Here are 10 kid-friendly cities in Europe whether you are looking for a fun place to visit or a new place to call home.
1. London, England
How can the birthplace of Harry Potter, Paddington Bear, Mary Poppins and Peter Pan not delight any child? Castles, towers and real life guards are sure to thrill all youngsters. London has an amazing amount of free museums and kids 10 under can ride the tube for free. Enjoying the outdoors is easy; all you have to do is pack a picnic and head to St. James Park. From there you can stroll to Buckingham Palace, through Green Park and onwards to Hyde Park, finally ending up in Kensington Gardens. Don’t miss the Diana Memorial Playground here. For little ones interested in armory, visit the Tower of London for an impressive display of weaponry and crown jewels. Head to Covent Garden for some fun street entertainment.