Traveling With Children To France - Ferry vs Plane (Infographic)

Since having two children, I fully appreciate the stress of traveling abroad with children in tow, especially when they are under 4 years old. This week I spotted a great infographic that I wanted to share with travelphant readers which caught my eye.

The infographic was created by Brittany Ferries and looks at traveling with a family to Western France by cross channel ferry vs flying and highlights the advantages a ferry offers for family travel.

Ferry to France vs Plane

As you can see, choosing the ferry gives the freedom of:
  • taking your own car to France packed with everything you need
  • avoid the hassle of airports, long queues, excess baggage charges and lengthy check-in times
  • enjoy more fun things to do such as whilst traveling rather than being couped up on a airplane such as relaxing stylish bars and lounges, kids' play areas and shopping.
  • one of the biggest selling points for choosing the ferry to France for me is the fact a family can get a good night's sleep in the comfort of an en-suite cabin.

To find out more about taking the ferry to France via Britanny Ferries visit http://www.brittany-ferries.co.uk/ferry-routes/ferries-to-france



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