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5 Travel Guides For Little Adventurers

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Traveling gives us a unique opportunity to enjoy with the family the most wonderful places in the world. But we can also take the opportunity to discover and learn all the most curious and fun aspects of the city to which we go on vacation, especially when we travel with our children, with travel guides for children.

Your children can get down to work and discover and surprise you with the funniest curiosities of your holiday destination.

1. Travel Guides For Children

Authors: Francisco Guindel and Mario Guindel
Age: From 8 to 12 years old

Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Lisbon, London, Madrid, New York, Paris, Rome, and Tenerife will be at your feet with these travel guides, especially aimed at children. Traveling and knowing other places is an exciting adventure. This travel guide for children is complementary to any guide for adults and will make them enjoy the trip more actively while learning

2. My First Lonely Planet

Age: From 6 to 12 years old

Lonely Planet guides are designed to arouse the curiosity of smaller travelers, full of anecdotes and fascinating facts from various cities such as Rome, Paris, London, New York, Berlin or Barcelona. They include the most fascinating stories, the most curious facts and the most relevant characters of the great cities of the world, as well as educational content in a casual style, designed for young travelers and photos, maps and spectacular illustrations.

3. Atlas / City Guide

Authors: Georgia Cherry and Martin Haake
Age: From 6 to 9 years old

Who doesn't dream of going around the world? With this beautiful atlas, the reader will immerse himself in a magnificent journey through 30 cities difficult to forget. Emblematic buildings, famous people, historical monuments, amazing places and a thousand hours of fun in an illustrated book for children and not so children in Lisbon, Rome, Stockholm, Moscow, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Barcelona, Berlin, Athens, Montreal, City from Mexico, Tokyo, London, Helsinki, Istanbul, Toronto, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, Amsterdam, Oslo, Prague, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Mumbai, Paris, Copenhagen, Budapest, New York, Cape Town and Sydney

4. Travel with Children

Authors: Jean-Bernard Carillet, Sophie Caupeil, Jonathan Tartour , Marie Thureau, and Sandrine Gallotta
Age: For parents

Whether visiting Santa's house in Lapland, observing penguins in Patagonia or visiting temples in Laos, this book makes traveling as a family much easier. With numerous ideas and advice on the most varied aspects of traveling with small adventurers, Traveling with children offers parents a useful tool for planning trips in more than 80 countries around the world.

5. Dreaming Cities

Age: From 6 to 9 years old

Nordic Books Collection takes us through London, Barcelona, and Madrid. These are small folding illustrated books with which they will tour the main cities of the world. All these travel guides for children have a section of activities with which they will know and discover everything they need to know about these three wonderful cities.

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