We are happy you came to visit! We have been partnering with select destinations and brands to help promote new destinations for family travel, as well as products that can help our audience travel in greater comfort. Keep in mind that our audience is Israeli, therefore all of the posts are in Hebrew. However, you can use the built-in Google Chrome translation ability to read through the posts and get an idea of how we write.
Debrecen is a very new destination for Israeli families – and Israelis in general. Flights to Debrecen are generally inexpensive, the only direct flight being low-cost. Specifically for my audience, the hotel we visited is extremely suited for families and the indoor waterpark is a huge selling point. We have already received countless comments from people who have booked vacations to Debrecen and quite a few who have already returned, and, in fact, this is the second most read post on our blog, even though it is fairly new. You can read our full post about Debrecen here and here you can see an example of a group member who traveled following our post.
While Warsaw, in itself, is a very popular destination for Israelis, it is usually a weekend destination for couples and has not been traditionally seen as an ideal destination for families. We were invited by the local tourism board to experience the city through the eyes of our children. The tourism board joined us on a few of our adventures and actually created a short video clip documenting our family’s trip, which has amassed over 250,000 views. We personally love this video and it’s such a great memory of a really wonderful trip. You can read about our visit here and here you can read a post by a group member who flew to Warsaw following our post.
Malta is one of the destinations that Israelis are beginning to discover. It is a wonderful combination of gorgeous beaches and endless history and nature. My family really enjoyed what Malta had to offer, even though very little of what we planned was kid-specific. As luck should have it, we were visiting during the hurricane that was hitting Crete so we got the tail-end of the winds and gloomy skies and weren’t even able to go to the beach. On the upside, we spent an entire week exploring the island without even seeing everything we planned, proving just how much there is to do on these beautiful islands. You can read our summary here. Having seen the amazing video that the Warsaw tourism board created, this time we created a short version of our trip to Malta as well.
Over the past few years, many low-cost carriers, such as Ryanair and Wizzair, have opened up new destinations for Israeli travellers to explore. Kaunas is a brand new line and we had the privilege of being among the first to fly to Kaunas. Lithuania has been on our bucket list for quite a while, so we extended our trip and added Vilnius as well, giving us a full one-week vacation. We visited in December, during the holiday celebrations, and had an incredible trip. Within 3 days of publication, this post reach the first page for all related search terms for Lithuania, Kaunas and Vilnius with kids. Since we traveled in the winter, several attractions were not open for us to explore, but as usual, we always end a post with a list of attractions that we did not have a chance to explore, so parents are able to plan their trip to suit their own children’s needs. Here you can read our post about Lithuania with kids.
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