Prepare to Visit Greece With KIDS – Get Ready!

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  1. Kirsty ~ Travel With Meraki says:

    I love this! We think about books, movies and food but I’ll be honest and say I never considered music before. Such a great idea and one we will be using for our next trip!

  2. I’m not even close to being a parent yet, but even I can see that this post is chock full of great suggestions for getting kids interested in countries and travel, and, yes, stopping them from whining hahaha! I love the suggestions you make particularly regarding movies – I have very fond memories of Mamma Mia and My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Excellent advice!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      You’ll be ready when the time comes for your own kids! 🙂 But until then…a lot of kids’ stuff is like Cliff Notes for grown ups!! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Sari says:

    Great tips in here. At least before the trip with this guide it’s way to prepare the kids before a Greece trip. Like what to expect to see, eat and see. Cool idea!.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thanks! Mine are so used to the prep now they really look forward to it. My oldest, who is almost 13 (and we all know how hard that age is to please) chirped over breakfast when I pulled out the info for the day, “Oh I love it when you have cool stuff for us!”.

  4. Christine K says:

    Such a comprehensive list for getting ready for a Greek holiday. I love how you supplemented the article with pictures of everything; it really makes the narrative easy to read. I haven’t traveled with kids in a long time but your suggestions are great, especially the books and music. Fantastic job, worthy of bookmarking for future use.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      Thank you! There is more to come. I have been researching traditional Greek folk dancing! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. asoulwindow says:

    I have never tried Greek Oregano. I didn’t even know it existed. I love the Italian oregano on almost all the Italian dishes I cook. I love Tzazki sauce also. You are inspiring me to make a yogurt dip now.

  6. Cat says:

    such an interesting post! There are so many ways to get us, not just kids, excited about traveling to Greece! Music is a fun and creative way to do so!

  7. Bhusha says:

    Great tips. Over the next couple years I might be traveling with kids, so this is very insightful. Thanks! Movies are great way indeed coz they have something to relate to!

  8. A great way to prepare your kids before going to a place that is new to them. By giving them like a preview of what to see and expect. As the day of the goes near they get more excited and can’t wait to check the place by themselves. Watching movies related to the place is great for kids and adults as well.

  9. Riely says:

    Great tips on how to prepare to visit Greece with kids. It’s so true that it may take kids a little to try new foods, but I am a traveller who loves to emphasize my travels on food experiences. It’s a good idea to introduce these foods before the trip.

  10. Only By Land says:

    This is a brilliant idea, not just for Greece but for anywhere different. I know my daughter is a lot happier when she’s familiar with something so all these methods of preparations would work. The food ideas take this to another level and will make eating out and buying food in the local supermarket a pleasant experience.

  11. tatumskipper says:

    First of all, it;s awesome that you travel with your kids! It brings more knowledge than any education can ever give them! I love how you put together this post and literally thought of all the details! As long as they are excited about the trip by you introducing them to things then everything should be smooth!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      How sweet, thank you for your kind words. Researching for a trip is so much fun. I’m learning so much in preparation for our adventure!

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