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Mother-daughter destinations we enjoy

Where to travel with Mom

With spring slowly but surely warming things up, most of us are already daydreaming of fun-filled sunny days to come. Who hasn’t been imagining a picnic in the park or plotting a bike escapade beyond the bustling city? After our particularly robust winter, such reverie is perfectly normal. Have you started thinking up travel ideas?

In the spirit of Mother’s Day, which is right around the corner, here are a few suggestions for mother-daughter travel experiences sure to be a win-win for both parties.

Eastern Europe: trekking in the Old World
Source: Sight and Soul

Eastern Europe is a beautiful region offering majestic mountains and grand castles. Budapest is a starting point for a nighttime cruise along the illuminated Danube River; Vienna is awash in opera and art nouveau; and Prague is a Gothic city brimming with Baroque domes and other architectural wonders.

New York’s Finger Lakes region: picturesque and historic
Source: Family Vacation Critic

The Big Apple is not the only part of New York State worth visiting. For a New York vacation in a rustic setting, visit the Finger Lakes region, whose winding bicycle paths take you through scenic landscapes and charming villages. It is also the birthplace of the American women’s rights movement, and several local museums bear witness to this.

Las Olas, Mexico: girls’ day out on the waves
Source: She Knows

In the small Mexican community of Las Olas, not far from Puerto Vallarta, there is a surfing camp reserved for the exclusive patronage of women. It has garnered many rave reviews. There, one can learn how to gradually climb up a wave; practice yoga; eat meals prepared from locally sourced ingredients; and sleep in cabanas built by neighbouring craftspeople. Why, there’s even a spa!


Rouyn-Noranda: a crossroads of culture and nature
Source: Québec Vacances

In addition to being surrounded by enchanting flora and wildlife, Rouyn-Noranda is a cultural hotspot where art abounds and joyful gatherings are a common occurrence. Whether you visit during the Osisko en lumière pyromusical festival, the Festival des guitares du monde or the Abitibi-Témiscamingue International Film Festival, or simply to go hiking along scenic trails teeming with life, a rewarding experience is assured.