Children can be hysterical, adorable, and even inspiring, but there are some places that bring out their antsy and rather demanding side, especially when it comes to travel. It’s only natural to desire a childless getaway, and for the sake of this topic, we want to recommend destinations and travel ideas that are more fit for adults.
Honeymoon destinations: You don’t need to be in love, or even with your significant other to enjoy some of the best honeymoon destinations in the world. As it turns out, these cities make for some of the best adult getaways. Cities like Paris, Italy, and Berlin, known for their museums, street art in some cases, and dark history, are the ones to take advantage of while your away from the kids. And because these cities are known for accommodating honeymooners, it’s a synch to find some great spots of luxury as well.
Anti‐tourism: Outside of honeymoon destinations, avoid tourist destinations altogether. They cater to families.
BnBs: You won’t feel so guilty if you vacation to a place that simply doesn’t allow children. Some of the nicest BnBs, for instance, are decorated in valuable antiques. As a result, they don’t want little ones running around and simply won’t allow them.
Resorts: Some of the most premier resorts in the world have age requirements. 16‐18 minimum.
We hope you enjoyed those travel tips because every once in a while, it’s healthy to get away and relax without any added responsibility. And you deserve it!
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Writer and Blogger Brittany Lucero studied both PR and Fine Art and graduated with honors at Reinhardt university. Upon completion of her certifications, and after saving funds earned from nanny and restaurant jobs, she took two months to travel Europe alone. Since then, Brittany has made her way to several countries, including Thailand, Iceland, Japan, and recently, Ireland. Through her experiences traveling, she discovered another passion of hers: whiskey-making. From the Bourbon Trail to Japan, she's explored this subject, and currently wears many hats in her role at a local, organic distillery in Chicago while still finding time to travel- of course.