Sightseeing with children can be the most difficult part of the holiday. Parents are often unhappy because of their children mood instead enjoying awaited days-off. It is a common scene when a child pulls sleeve of her/his mother and the asks the question: ‘When will we go from here?’ So how to plan your trip that every member of the family would be satisfied? Here are some tips and suggestions how to visit Krakow with children.
Before departure, you should think about the plan. Ask your child what he/she wants to do during your stay in Krakow.
- Do not plan full day of sightseeing. Child has the right to feel tired much earlier than adult.
- Spare some free time for a carefree laziness. Common lying, reading books or playing board games can be extremely relaxing and will regenerate your strength for the next tour.
- Remember to be close to catering places and toilets. You will never know when a child finds that he/she is hungry or wants to use the restroom.
- Bring a lot of patience and good humor.
When your child avoids museums, and monuments do not be discouraged. There are many other possibilities to explore Krakow with children – here are two interesting proposals:
Krakow with children – City of legends
Krakow is a place of many traditions and legends. That is where shoemaker Dratewka heroically defeated the Dragon, Lajkonik rescued the city from Mongols’ invasion and the yellow little shoe was found after over than 400 years behind the Veit Stoss altar. During the tou ‘Legends and traditions’, Your child learn much more about fascinating, magical Krakow stories. Sightseeing ends in Candy’s Factory (where children may taste some handmade sweets).
The whole world in one place
Do you know that during the trip to Krakow, you can become familiar with the distant corners of the world? The Global Eductaion Park ‘Villages of the World’ gives You such possibility offering an unforgettable tour over all the continents. The visitors will see six settlements: the village in the Andes, houses on stilts in Papua, Indian village, yurts in Mongolia, Igloo in the Arctic and clay houses in Ghana. More details you will find here: http://guide-krakow.com/villages-of-the-world/.