Holidays with children, that means usually a lot more baggage. And the best MOM and dad wrapped with even roller skates, kids tent and the small mountain bike… Maximum unwind in holiday for the whole family with the preparations, there is holiday providers that specialize in these subjects. When the Dutch Hanson, holiday and Bungalow Park are parents and children in the role”brought. Finally, makes play fun and out there anyway. For Hanson, it is therefore natural that children on adventures are and discover the world.

Therefore, there is the “cool kid”package, where kids between a bike and a Go-Kart can choose. Everything kids love addition: ice cream, French fries, and a surprise gift. And the adults been forgotten: they can explore the beautiful nature around the Hanson Park in the Netherlands and Belgium by bicycle. For very little money, a bicycle can be rent for a weekend or a midweek and you will receive a Bike map and a packed lunch to do so. “For cycling fans, holidays in the Hanson Park is like staying with friends”. Finally, the park especially outfitted your personal service that is just cycling fans. Altogether the Hanson offer an enormous variety of accommodation, holiday parks suitable for two up to a maximum of 40 persons.

From comfortable bungalows, chalets, apartments to luxury villas with sauna and well-equipped campsites and quaint farmhouses there is something for every taste and every purse. Hanson Park Hanson was founded in 1998 and is active throughout Europe, however, the focus lies in the Netherlands and Germany. The product range is very versatile; also special accommodations like swimming pool villas, water villas, wellness bungalows, wooden chalets are offered in addition to traditional holiday houses. Active families as well as peace seekers find accommodation here to measure. For more information: Www.urlaubsgefuehl.de. If you have questions to the Hanson Holiday parks you please contact: Kristin Lang gronewald advertising + pr Zimmerstrasse 13 10969 Berlin Tel 030 700 94-806

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