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Galtur Child Care

Galtur Babysitters - evening childcare

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Galtur Kids Clubs & Ski School

Silvretta Galtur Ski School

Children’s lessons here should keep the young ones entertained.
To begin, there’s the ‘Siggi Kinderland’. It’s right next to the information centre, child only and has all the facilities that child beginners will love – including a magic carpet, 4 conveyor belts and a slope with hills to practice on. There’s even a small chalet for the kids to warm up in!
For more confident young skiers, there are a load of events. For example, the ski school runs a special stamp game once a week where children have to find plaques (and the stamps by them) around the resort and collect them. For those with lessons on Friday, there’s a special treat with timed ski races on a proper slalom course for children with a special disco afterwards to celebrate too.

A-6563 Galtuer/Tirol Austria

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Childcare in Galtur, Austria

Galtur day and evening care plus snow ski schools and babysitting.

Galtür is a good choice in many respects for families with children aged three and over. To begin with it is a quiet, pretty, compact centre which means children don't have to face long walks or the risk of exposure to the excesses of some of the bigger international resorts. On the other hand the village does boast the impressive sports centre with its indoor pool that the kids will enjoy, along with activities like toboganning and sleigh rides. The ski school also has a good reputation, and a large proportion of English-speaking staff, with a kindergarten taking children from age 3 and ski school proper from age 4. There is no day-care facility. The only possible downside is the need to use the ski bus to get to the slopes which may not be convenient if you have younger children needing help in carrying their kit, as well as themselves, when you already have your own kit to handle.

3 stars out of 5 overall    

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