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Rome and Tuscan Highlights

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    Cerreto Guidi Florence Montecatini Terme Pisa Rome Vinci

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    Vatican City

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Best of Portugal

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    Albufeira Batalha Coimbra Evora Fatima Lisbon Mateus PanoiasOurique Porto Tomar Vila Nova de Gaia Viseu

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Italian Concerto

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    Capri Florence Maiori Pompeii Rome Venice

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Best of Switzerland

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    Baveno Tirano

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    Brienz Chexbres Lucerne Montreux Pontresina St Moritz Zermatt Zurich


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Best of the Italian Lakes

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    Baveno Bergamo Como Desenzano Del Garda Milan Modena Verona

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Highlights of Austria Slovenia and Croatia End Zagreb

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    Vienna

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    Dubrovnik Hvar Island Plitvice Split Zagreb

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    Bled Ljubljana

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Best of Morocco

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    Boumalne Dades Casablanca Erfoud Essaouira Fez Marrakech Midelt Tinghir

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Southern Italy and Sicily

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    Agrigento Capri Giardini Naxos Monreale Palermo Piedimonte Etneo Pompeii Rocchetta Nervina Rome Taormina


All you need to know about Babymoon Holidays

How late pregnant can you fly?

While each traveller should speak to their doctor before heading off on a babymoon, most people undergoing a routine pregnancy with no medical complications are okay to fly domestically up until their third trimester before the 36th week. Many airlines restrict international travel after 28 weeks, so be sure to also check with your airline on their policies.

How to plan the perfect babymoon trip?

The first step in planning the perfect babymoon is choosing the best time for your trip. Most doctors recommend travelling in the second trimester between 14 and 28 weeks, before your bump gets too big. Then all you have to do is choose your favourite Trafalgar babymoon trip, book your flights, pack your bags, then let us take care of everything!

What are the best places to travel for a babymoon?

The best babymoon holiday destinations are relaxed and romantic. We love the tranquil Italian lakes, the gorgeous scenery of Switzerland, the soothing beaches of Portugal, and the magical Plitvice Lakes in Croatia and Lake Bled in Slovenia. We also love reconnecting with nature in Australia and New Zealand and getting a dose of inspiration in Morocco.

Where did babymoon come from?

The term ‘babymoon’ was coined by British author Sheila Kitzinger in her 1996 book ‘The Year after Childbirth’. It was originally defined as the period of time after a baby’s birth that the family spends alone with the baby to encourage bonding, but the concept has since grown to include the kid-less holidays expecting parents take before their little one arrives and the non-stop feeding and nappy changing begins.


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