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Dear Fellow Travelers,
We are family of four - myself, my wife, son -3yrs and daughter - 1yr. I am travelling for work to Antwerp and then planning a trip of 1 week in September last week within Europe. The possibilities could be traveling by train and cover Paris, Germany (Baden-Baden, Stuttgart, Munich) OR leave Paris and cover Belgium (Bruges, Antwerp, Brussels) and Holland (amsterdem).
I am looking for suggestions in terms of child friendly places and temperature around last week of Sep (should not be very cold). Definitely we will not be able to cover many cities with kids.
Any suggestions or advices or tips are welcome.

Cheers
Abhi

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