Map of Huningue for It is rare to find any facilities in stations, department stores or public toilets, although that said, people will usually go out of their way to help you. For older children, most towns and villages have central playgrounds, while the theme parks of Gardaland (see p.285) will no doubt entertain. Once you’re on the lakes, there is plenty to keep children of all ages occupied, from pedaloes to windsurfing and from paddling to dinghy-sailing. The only hazards when travelling with children to the lakes are the heat and sun. Very-high-factor sun creams are quite difficult to find, although pharmacies usually sell sun block. Bonnets or straw hats are plentiful in local markets. Take advantage of the periods of less intense sun mornings and evenings for travelling, and use the quiet of siestatime to recover flagging energy. The rhythms of the southern climate soon modify established patterns, and you’ll find it more natural carrying on later into the night, past normal bedtimes. Map of Huningue 2016.
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Map of Huningue