The next day we drove to Efteling - the largest theme park in Holland and one of the oldest in the world. The park is in the town of Kaatsheuvel, and its attractions are based on ancient legends, fairy tales and folklore.A regular ticket to the park is 32€, and children under 4 get in for free.
Hasenhorn coaster in Todtnau (www.hasenhorn-rodelbahn.de) is not far from Freiburg, and the kids will be most grateful if you’ll take them there… You go up the mountain with a ski-lift (15 minutes or so), catch the lovely view from the top – and then go down on a rail-slide as fast as you can (at least that’s how our children did it – but you can control the speed). The route is 2.9 km long, and it goes down the valley, with steep curves and loops that might make you dizzy….
Since our daughter was a year and a half old, more than half of the content of a large trolley suitcase was filled with diapers and Similak. Eventually, we discovered we could have purchased diapers and baby food in the islands. So if you're traveling with toddlers you shouldn't be too worried about it.
We drove to the town of Guatch and stopped in Park Mit Allen Sinnen (Park with All Senses). The park is set in a natural preserve, and you walk barefoot on trails with mud, pebbles, gravel and more; the paths lead to pavilions of scent and stations where you can feel things. Afterward you can relax in a meditation cave in the middle of the forest, or bathe in a cave of colors and sounds (http://www.parkmitallensinnen.de/park/).