A family with two children decided to travel around Europe for three months: what kind of work should be done and where to get money for it?

The trip will begin with a cruise to Sweden, from where the family will travel by car to Legoland, a children’s dream, and then on to Germany and France. After that, they plan to spend a week in Madrid and drive around the entire southern coast of mainland Spain and part of Portugal.

“At a time when the world is going through one crisis after another, my husband and I decided to pack our bags, put the children in the car and go on the trip of our dreams. We are going to Europe for three months. We plan to spend two months in Spain and Portugal, and we will devote a month to beautiful and interesting places on the way from Estonia and back,” said 31-year-old Helena Tomikas.

For the past two years, she has been working as the Head of Communications at Tagasi Kooli. Her husband Uku, who recently turned 30 years old, has been managing one of the divisions of the telecommunications company Messente Communications for six years. The couple has two children – five-year-old Tormi and just two-and-a-half-year-old Luuna.

How did the idea of ​​going on a three-month trip come about?

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