Reviewed: Child friendly hotels in South Tyrol

Reviewed: Child friendly hotels in South Tyrol

There is a myth about travel and vacations which states families cannot have an enjoyable, relaxing vacation until children are at least 10 years-old. Traveling internationally with young children, especially for the purpose of vacation, is nearly taboo

 

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