Travel to the amazing places featured in Peppa Pig World Adventures
Peppa Pig: World Adventures is a great game to ignite your kid’s imagination. From Barcelona to the Australian Outback there are so many places they visit with Peppa. And if you want to bring these adventures to life with them, here are a few things you can do:
See the city from new heights on the London Eye, the biggest Ferris wheel in Europe. And if you go on a clear day, you might be able to see as far as Windsor Castle! When you are back on the ground, solve mysteries and hunt for treasure in Trafalgar Square. Then explore the city’s beautiful green spaces for picnics, playing games like rounders, and exploring the outdoors.
Since they are Peppa Pig fans, your kids can enjoy afternoon tea and a tour around London with her.
Visit one of the world’s most famous cities for art. Get the kids intrigued by the artwork by telling them the interesting history beforehand, so when they finally see it, they know what’s about. Or you can make it more active, getting them to hunt for specific art pieces. You can also pick a suitable trail for your family and follow a theme-based tour at The Louvre Museum. Then take a break, rest in the museum’s garden, and take in its beauty.
Stop by the markets along Rue Cler, assembling the perfect picnic lunch of bread, cheese, fruit, and chocolate. Find a bench or a patch of grass in Champs du Mars and enjoy your lunch before walking towards the magnificent Eiffel Tower. You can appreciate the view of the tower from the park during the day, watch it twinkle at night or take in the 360 views.
Before you leave the city, enjoy ice cream from Berthillon, one of the longest-standing artisanal ice cream parlours. You’ll be able to pick from over 50 flavours made with the freshest, high-quality ingredients that contribute to their great taste. Yum!
Germany is home to some of the most well-known fairy tales, enchanting castles, interactive museums, and scenic forests.
Explore the country of the Brothers Grimm along the Fairy Tale Road and see the towns and landscapes that were the inspiration for their most famous tales. Hike in Little Red Riding Hood’s forest, visit the castle where Sleeping Beauty lay, or follow the trail to Hansel and Gretel’s cottage.
Continue the medieval theme and drive along Castle Road. See how many castles, palaces, and stately homes you can find along this captivating road (approximately 745 miles) from Mannheim to the border of Prague.
And if the family fancy taking a warm break, then the sea, sandy beaches and palm trees aren’t too far away from the city centre. Relax and retreat to the Tropical Islands.
Hop on a train to get around Germany with the kids and see some of these amazing sites.
There are so many things to see in Les Rambles, one of the most famous boulevards in the city. As you head towards Plaça Catalunya (Catalonia Square), admire the flowers, listen to music, watch live shows and mimes, and eat tapas at the terraces.
Then take a ride on the metro to the Sagrada Familia. Tour the historical cathedral and learn about the hard work and time it’s taken to bring this beautiful construction together that’s due to be completed in 2026. Whilst you’re there, the kids can take part in educational workshops learning about the unique architecture by Antoni Gaudí. As you move around the city, test their knowledge, and see how many Gaudí creations they can find.
After a packed day taking in the culture, end it on Barceloneta Beach, the closest to the city. Tell the kids to grab their favourite beach toys and enjoy the sunset on the Mediterranean Sea.
Good food, history, art, and stunning nature make visiting Italy a recipe for a wonderful adventure.
Let’s start with food. Ask anyone what their favourite meals are, it’s likely pizza and pasta will be on that list. So, it’s only right you enjoy all the authentic flavours whilst you are there. Or take it a step further and have the whole family leave the country with new skills like making pizza and gelato. Then take a break, and enjoy a hot or cold drink in the popular piazzas, whilst the kids play or chase pigeons in the open space.
There are many kid-friendly museums to develop their thirst for science, history, and nature. Choose from the MUSE, Galileo Museum, MAcA Environmental Museum and more. There is a lot for them to see and learn. If you want to introduce your kids to some of the world’s greatest artists, sculptors, and painters and lay a solid foundation for art appreciation with free art workshops at the Guggenheim. And if they don’t leave with their amazing art, they can pick up some cool souvenirs.
New York City! Home to Broadway, Central Park, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, and many other famous landmarks and history.
Bike, E-Scooter, or a horse-drawn carriage? You decide how you want to explore New York City’s most famous park, Central Park. Filled with beautiful green spaces, 21 playgrounds, the Swedish Cottage Maisonette Theatre, rental paddle boats, and the Central Park Zoo. There are plenty of things to do.
If you can avoid the traffic, hail a taxi and head towards the Brooklyn Bridge. It’s about a mile-long walk, but there’s plenty to do and see. Have a photoshoot with the Manhattan skyline as your backdrop and marvel at the taxis and cars as they drive beneath your feet.
Add another mode of transport to your trip and ride the ferry from Battery Park to Ellis Island if they’re interested in finding out the history of immigration to the U.S. Then head to Liberty Island to see the magnificent Statue of Liberty and understand how much she was a symbol of hope for people, and become a Junior Ranger.
There are plenty of ways to keep the kids active in the city that never sleeps.
HOLLYWOOD – LOS ANGELES
You can’t go to Hollywood without taking a stroll down Hollywood Boulevard. A vibrant street where they can search for the stars of their favourite celebs in music, TV, film and more along the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Since the walk is quite long – about a mile, you can keep the kids entertained by getting them to see how many popular fictional characters they can find.
The Griffith Observatory might be a great place to see if you’ve got little space fans. It’s all thing sky, space and beyond, so let their curiosity and imagination soar. Enjoy the stellar city views, shows at the planetarium shows, and a gift shop out of this world.
If you’ve got yourselves some intrepid adventurers who wouldn’t mind stepping into ancient lava caves, digging for dinosaur bones, or getting up close to red kangaroos, then the Australian outback might be an exciting place for them.
Now, we know some of the best surf spots in the world are in Australia, but in the Outback, you can swap riding blue waves for sliding down the Big Red in Birdsville or Cunnamulla dunes. And if your or your child catch gold fever, you can sign the family up to gold nugget and goldrush tours in Kalgoorlie Gold Mine.
All aboard! Embark on a fun-filled adventure across the Seven Seas. On a cruise, no day is the same. Water parks, arcades, mini golf, go-karting, rock climbing, kids’ camps… the list goes on. there are a number of activities to keep guests entertained across all ages, on deck or in the countries you may port in. Explore Europe and take in all the history, culture and arts, and green scenery these countries have to offer. Go scuba diving or trek through vibrant parks filled with beautiful water features in the Caribbean Islands. There are many destinations to choose from. And if you don’t know where to start, here’s a beginners guide to help you pick the best cruise line for your family, and take advantage of deals during the school holidays. Wake up and go to sleep with calming sea views.
CONTINUE TO EXPLORE PEPPA PIG’S WORLD
Join Peppa on her on world adventure. Or ring Peppa’s doorbell and become her friend in My Friend Peppa Pig. From the Beach to the Museum and even Potato City, every playtime will be a new experience with their friend Peppa Pig. Hop aboard Captain Hog’s boat and continue the fun.
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