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Family tours in Europe

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A friend recommended a Globus Family tour to Italy, Switzerland,and France that they enjoyed with their grandaughter. It sounds interesting because there were other families with kids on the tour so their grandaughter(age 13) had some "friends" to pal around with.

We have traveled to Europe on our own for 12 years. We'd like to take our 13 yr. old grandaughter to Europe next year.

This tour is very expensive. We know we could go on our own for less but it does have some fun opportunities with the kids, sees more places, and all the planning is done for you. It's a faster itinerary than we would ever plan but maybe that's best to keep kids interested.

Do any of the Fodorites have any experience with family tours?

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