Side Street Style: 5 Family Travel Bloggers you should follow

Side Street Style

A UK family travel and lifestyle blog

14/02/2018

5 Family Travel Bloggers you should follow

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Travelling with kids is a unique experience and is certainly different to my free soloing backing days around Europe. There are logistics and practicalities that need to be taken into account as well as having an itinerary planned that is suitable for everyone. No country or city is off bounds all you need is a little inspiration and these 5 fantastic family travel bloggers will give you all the wanderlust you need while showing you family travel is possible from long-haul to short haul, city breaks, rural adventures, staycation, camping and everything in between so make sure to check them out.


One Tiny Leap

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One Tiny Leap is an award-winning family travel blog charting the world adventures of Maria, her partner Rob, and their son. Maria, a marketing manager in the travel industry, has been blogging since 2013, when the family decided to pack up their bags, live in Lisbon for a year, and then embark on a year-long round-the-world trip. Now based back in Brighton in the UK, One Tiny Leap continues to share tips, stories and reviews of their travels and adventures, both close to home in Europe, and further afield.

You can follow One Tiny Leap on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter


POD Travels

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Charly is an ex-agency Marketing Director with 20 years experience in the marketing industry. She’s worked with numerous travel brands over this time having initially cut her teeth at Virgin. Charly is well travelled, not just in the UK and Europe, but long haul destinations such as New Zealand and the Pacific Islands to the Caribbean, South America and Australia where she lived for two years. Charly launched her first blog (Multi-Award Nominated parent & lifestyle blog PODcast) in 2012, family travel blog POD Travels followed 3 year later. Both are heavily led by photography. With the Doves travels focused on discovery, adventure and exploration, the family particularly relish unusual or off the beaten track destinations. Charly lives in Surrey with her husband and seven year old daughter.

You can follow POD Travels on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.



Have Kids, Can Travel

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Have Kids, Can Travel is the place Laura (of award-winning parent blog LittleStuff) talks about all the family friendly travel; from wild camping in Wales, a sunshine stop in a villa in Italy or playing with orphaned elephants in the jungle, anything goes. She’s always on the hunt for the best places to stay, ways to travel, and bargains to be had for families finding their perfect holiday. Laura’s the writer of the tribe, while her husband Courtenay is a professional photographer and the four home-educated kids (now aged 19, 16, 15 and 11) are simply up for any adventure.
Popular posts include How Easy Is It to Take Your Dog to France, Perfectly Remote and Perfectly Relaxed in the Highlands, and Meeting My Roman Dog in Pompeii (yes. He’s all mine).

You can follow Have Kids, Can Travel on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and You Tube.

Bavarian Sojourn 


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Emma started blogging back in 2009 when she first moved abroad with her young family. After two years of exploring Copenhagen and beyond they moved to Munich where A Bavarian Sojourn was born. This blog has a strong focus on family travel, and the youngest member of the family has already chalked up a respectable ten countries in his two short years. As well as family travel, the blog also contains valuable advice on living abroad. It now also contains posts on what it’s like to repatriate, as the family returned to the UK last year (who knows where they will end up next!). Follow their journey as for the first time in over 7 years they get to introduce their children to their own country, as well as carrying on their travel addiction further afield. Popular recent posts include: Hiking the Emerald Trail - Austria; A Morning with Pippi Longstocking at Junibacken Stockholm and An Ex Insider’s Guide to Munich with Kids

You can also follow Emma here: Twitter / Instagram/Pinterest 


Project Wanderlust

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Established in May 2015, Project: Wanderlust is a travel and lifestyle blog focusing on inspiring, yet affordable, travel. Concentrating on family friendly adventures, Project: Wanderlust is packed full of destination guides, road-trip ideas, festival guides and top tips for those who are looking to get the most out of their time away.

Alice is a freelance writer, blogger and family travel expert with a passion for good food and seeing the world. With two children now in education Alice fits her family travels around the school holidays - and is always looking find the best deals for non term-time travel.

You can follow Alice here - Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube


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17 comments:

  1. I'm always on the hunt for like-minded travelers to follow. I find other people's journeys so inspiring. Followed. Thanks!

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    1. Me too, do check these blogs out, they all offer something a little different

      Laura x

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  2. Love the bloggers you mentioned above, they are really natural and real. :)

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    1. I agree, they are all really honest and interesting family travel bloggers

      Laura x

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  3. Ooh i've not heard of any of these. Off for a read now x

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  4. There are so many quality bloggers out there! Thanks for the heads-up :)

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    1. My pleasure, hope you liked my suggestions

      Laura x

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  5. What a great selection of bloggers! I haven't heard of these either so will look them up!

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  6. Will defo check all these guys up on their sites and social media! thanks!

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  7. As a travel blogger, I'm interested in all the travel inspiration I can get - family friendly or otherwise hehe! I haven't heard of any of these accounts before though, so off to have a look at their Insta feeds now, thank you for the inspo x

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    1. Hope you liked the accounts and blogs - they are all different

      Laura x

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  8. These all look like good bloggers. Ive never heard of them before

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    1. They are all a little different which is good - always nice to have a collection of inspiring blogs to read

      Laura x

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  9. I follow some of these already, it's lovely to be able to follow other people's adventures when you can't have your own!

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  10. Thanks so much for including us! Love the sound of the others you have featured too!

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  11. I follow most of these lovely bunch. You picked out some of the best :)

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