Youngsters in Yorkshire put France and the USA at the top of their holiday wishlists.
A survey by LoveHolidays has revealed the top ten holiday destinations chosen by kids under 14.
The online travel agent found that the homes of Disneyland Paris and Disney World had the biggest draw — with beach holiday hotspot Spain in Third.
Here's the top ten:
Yorkshire's youngest travellers were also asked what their favourite part of a holiday was — and waterparks came out on top, with 36.7 per cent of the vote.
Matthew Lawson, e-commerce director at LoveHolidays, said parents can learn a lot from listening to their kids when planning a trop away.
He added "For many children, just spending time with their family seems to be enough, although spending time with their family on a rollercoaster is likely to win every time!"
England came in fifth place — however 22 per cent of adults surveyed said they believe a child should be over five years old for their first holiday abroad. In addition, 20 per cent said they rarely, or never, took their child abroad, with 14 per cent saying their child had never left the UK.