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3 perfect multigenerational vacations

Multigenerational vacations can be tricky to plan, with every age group having different preferences and needs. But to help with taking the stress out of planning a trip with your loved ones, we’ve rounded up the best vacations for all ages.

Spend a week on an Italian farm

Harvest grapes together on an Italian farm

Harvest grapes together on an Italian farm

Farm stays are growing in popularity all over the world, and the rural relaxation of Tuscany’s vineyards and the panoramic Apennine Mountain views are perfect for family getaways.

Agriturismo Cerreto in Tuscany

Agriturismo Cerreto in Tuscany

The 15th-century farmhouse Agriturismo Cerreto has views and vines in abundance, including a 360-degree view of the Val d'Orcia. Children can explore outside—with bikes, a pool, and a dedicated play area—while adults can sit back with a glass of locally produced wine and a slice of the farm’s own homemade cake.

Visit a city with plenty to see and do

Keep the whole family entertained with a city break

Keep the whole family entertained with a city break

When considering different interests as well as mobility requirements on a multigenerational trip, Amsterdam covers all the bases. It’s filled with options like family-friendly museums, picturesque parks for biking or rollerblading, and boat rentals for family expeditions around the canals.

A Century Old Townhouse in Amsterdam

A Century Old Townhouse in Amsterdam

Stay at A Century Old Townhouse, just a short walk from the Museum Quarter and Vondelpark.

Go big with a family resort vacation

Relax on the beach with a trip to a family resort

Relax on the beach with a trip to a family resort

Having quality time when everyone has different ideas of fun can be tough, but resorts like The North Beach Plantation at Myrtle Beach are designed with plenty of communal space for families, while still offering plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained with new adventures.

The North Beach Plantation at Myrtle Beach in South Carolina

The North Beach Plantation at Myrtle Beach in South Carolina

The resort’s 2.5-acre water park is a childhood wonderland, and older family members will appreciate the swim-up bar. There's also a golf course for all ages and abilities. Kids picking up a golf club for the first time, seasoned pros, and enthusiastic amateurs can all have fun together here. Most resorts have onsite restaurants and many provide free shuttle services between the accommodation and the main site, or even to nearby towns if you want to explore.