The 12 most recommended blogs to travel with children (and adolescents)

Los 12 blogs más recomendables para viajar con niños (y adolescentes)

The Pachinko

A veteran team of four (Pau, Vero, Teo and Oriol) who has been traveling for more than a decade on several continents. Pau is also a great chronicler and a smart seeker of practical topics, very useful when traveling with children. And they boast of not having given the reason to those who predicted a black future: “You have finished the good. Now with two kids, forget about traveling. “

Traveling moms

Behind this blog is Johanna Saldón, a mother inoculated with the travel virus. I love his motto: “Time is the same for everyone, the difference is in what we do with it”. And she dedicates it to travel and to educate. His training and passion for writing is reflected in this blog, full of good and well written practical information.

My little Gulliver

Ester, the author of this blog, also threw down the comments of her relatives when they learned that two became three: “You have finished the trips.” And what is going, at all. Your blog is full of information to plan trips to the rhythm of kids.

The inveterate traveler

A blog that is not exclusively dedicated to children, but that pays close attention to the adolescent world. Because Nani Arenas, a veteran travel journalist, shows in this blog in a very complicit and very pleasant way how nice but also complicated it is to be the mother of three teenagers and travel with them.

Families en route

On the verge of completing a decade, this blog was already a few years ago a classic of traveling websites with children. Nowadays it is a renewed project of responsible family tourism. Max, Susagna and their two children (in addition to many trips and a web full of information) manage an interesting agenda full of events, days, trips and camps for traveling families.

My family passport

Sandra Vicente relates in this blog her travels with her husband and three children. We discover hundreds of routes and trips around the world. Another one of the veteran blogs (I already picked it up in the list that I published in 2013) and that if it continues up it’s because they keep doing things right.

Menudos travelers

Another well-known quartet from the family blogosphere. Suzanne (of Dutch origin) with Marcelo, Daila and Batiste form a family willing to eat the world, as they say. In its pages you will find ideas and resources to spend a few days in the big city with children, as well as practical advice and interviews to explore the world as a family.

With the children in the backpack

What started as “With the children in the backpack” is the “With the children (and adolescents) in the backpack” and that is the time for everyone, and even though they have changed the 15-liter backpack 50, continue to provide activities, interesting trips to do with the children of the house and some other advice related to motherhood.

Traveling in van

Another veteran of the family blogosphere. A Loli, Mario and his daughters are on wheels because they travel almost always by van in Spain, Europe and much of the world. So it is a very interesting blog not only for those who have children, but also for the crazy people of the houses on wheels.

Crazy X trips

Mari Carmen, Gustavo and Iris have been talking about how to travel as a family for six years. His ambition: to be Phileas Fogg and to be able to go around the world. A very spoiled blog, full of practical and detailed information.

Backpackers 2.0

Behind this blog is a friendly family from Alicante -Víctor, Mabel, Gala and Zoe- enjoying their passion for travel. They are independent travelers and in their blog they tell the adventures and misadventures of traveling in this way and with two children.


This blog was launched in 2013, after a six-month initiatory journey from Tierra de Fuego to the Galapagos Islands. Myriam, Pau and their two children share their experiences and experiences in a very personal way.

Los 12 blogs más recomendables para viajar con niños (y adolescentes)

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