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Family + Kids

A solid percentage of the Matador community travel and live abroad with family and kids. So while we can attest that the traveling life doesn’t end with parenthood, we know that travel with children requires special planning and consideration.

From this, we’ve created guides on family-friendly destinations, tips on how to make travel easier and more comfortable for everyone, and how to keep your kids entertained, educated, and happy on the road.

Also, we have articles on the benefits of traveling with your folks as an adult and what travel can teach you as a parent.

Family + Kids Articles

How to parent like a Greek

by Joanna Kalafatis

My parents taught me how to travel. Here’s how it changed me.

by Matt Hershberger

The ultimate kid’s guide to having fun in Grand Rapids

by Stella Brown

22 kids whose travels are super inspiring

by Erin Bender

Help this 5-year-old kid get his photobook published

by Alice Latham

10 steps for single parents who want to travel with their kids

by Ruth Johnston

16 differences between my Portuguese mom and my English mummy

by Sandra Guedes

In American culture, traveling parents are treated like sh*t. Here’s why.

by Claire Litton-Cohn

9 reasons to consider Norwegian Cruise Line for your next family vacation

by Jacqueline Kehoe

These 7 families will change how you think about taking your kids on the road

by Erin Bender

21 images that’ll make you wish you were on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel NOW

by Hal Amen

20 reasons you should NEVER take your kids to Mexico

by Laura Bernhein

An all-ages guide to adventure in Sun Valley, ID

by Zach Christ

15 back-to-school confessions from a dad who took his son traveling all summer

by Rory Moulton

Know a 4th or 5th grader in Michigan? Here’s how they ski or board free all winter this year.

by Cathy Brown

9 ways to parent like the French

by Rebeca Plantier

8 American children’s museums to plan your vacation around

by Sarah Pittard

Want to make this school year inspirational? Check how this family took their education on the road.

by Matt Hershberger
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