We're going on a family holiday to either Rome, Tenerife/Santa Cruz or Prague. It'll be me, my dad and brother.
Can't decide which has more attractions and things to do. I've heard Prague is really nice but i've googled and it seems like there are mainly buildings to see and no other activites. My dads is really keen on going there, but concerned my 13 year-old brother will get bored. Prague worth a family trip?
Bro wants to go to Tenerife but I didn't until i discovered Santa Cruz is a cosmopolitan area of the Canaries. Enjoyable for a family holiday? Not too trashy?
Then there is Rome. I have family there which would be fun to visit. I take it there is no beach though?
Which would you say is most enjoyable for family of 3?
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- Thread Starter
- 11-07-2009 17:04
- 11-07-2009 17:08
Stay away from Las Americas in Tenerife and it's fine, the capital is really nice to go and see and there are water parks, zoos and the volcano to visit
- 11-07-2009 17:30
Prague was alright when I went (but being legal helps), though I think my brother (who was 15 at the time) got a bit bored.
I think Rome would be quite cool, as most people like the history of the place.