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We are an ordinary family with an unordinary lifestyle: a family with 5 kids traveling the world.

We believe that traveling is the best way to collect unforgettable family memories, bond with your kids and develop a better understanding of our world. On our Youtube Channel and Instagram we capture these authentic travel experiences and share with you practical wisdom how to travel with your own children.

Valentina

Valentina

Valentina was born in Russia, but raised in Czech Republic until she moved to Vienna (Austria) at the age of 12. She speaks fluently German, English, Russian and Czech, and has good knowledge of French and Dutch. Valentina loves photography, art and adventure. She’s interested in the Montessori education, which she practices within her family.

Nicolas

Nicolas

Nicolas was born in Belgium (Flanders) and lived there until he finished college. After that, he lived in Vienna (Austria), Santiago de Chile and Luxembourg. Nicolas speaks fluently Dutch, French, English and German, and has good knowledge of Spanish. He is crazy about football – actively as well as passively – music (passively) and is passionate about everything that can fly. Once he starts to talk and tell stories, it’s difficult to stop him.

We are an ordinary family from Luxembourg – mum, dad and our 3 children. Originally our roots stretch from Eastern to the Western part of Europe. Our cultural curiosity and wanderlust are limitless.

Traveling has always been a passion for us. We traveled to far places as poor backpacker students, we traveled with the savings of our first job and we continued traveling as a family with small children. 2019 was a spectacular year for us. We have decided to redefine our traveling experiences and take them to a new level – we decided to be a full-time travelers. With our 3 small children. We have made a lot of changes, we have set priorities and accepted sacrifices and decided to embark on a crazy adventure: we have quit our old life and decided to follow our dreams to travel the world as a family.

Traveling is not only about the places you visit. It’s about the mindset you develop on road, the appreciation of the cultures and their customs you embrace and the way you change and grow as a human being. We focus on the beauty of the world, embrace cultural diversity, engage in service projects and observe what we all can learn from each other. We are so grateful to have people like YOU following our journey to build an open-minded respectful and caring community. A community whose empathy is on the things which CONNECT all of us instead of the things which divide us.

To treasure our memories and stay connected with our family and friends, we decided to start this blog. The aim is to document our travel impressions and the lessons we learn on road, individually and as a family. In the past we have also encountered a lot of questions about the destinations we visit and about some practical advices how to travel with small kids. We want to share with you here some practical tips and tricks, which have worked for our family and hopefully you will find a value in them for your future travels.

Thank you for visiting our blog and your support.

Safe travels,

your touristswithkids

Sophia

Sophia

born: February 2013 / Luxembourg

Sophia is a born adventurist and loves action and fun. Moreover, she is a very caring big sister over her two little brothers.

Raphael

Raphael

born: February 2015 / Luxembourg

Raphael is rather a calm soul, who loves the tranquility of the nature.

Alexander

Alexander

born: April 2017 / Luxembourg
Alexander is the leader of the gang always seeking new friends.  

Anna

Anna

born: November 2019 / Luxembourg

As the 4th child you quickly learn to be independent and proactive. Anna is curious child, who loves to explore and learn. Although she is still a toddler she manages to keep up all the fun with her older siblings.

Julian

Julian

born: May 2022 / Luxembourg
Our youngest family member, who is just few weeks old and already eager to discover the world. 

Nice to have you here 🙂