A website for families – 20min Zurich writes about Family First

How nice! 20min Zurich writes about Family First! please read the translated text below!

20min Zurich Tuesday, 6th December 2016

A website for families
ZURICH. A rainy day – what to do with with kids? Elena Habicher, the mother of one daughter, was constantly confronted with this problem. That is why she launched the website Familyfirst.ch. The portal will help families to find activities for kids and family-friendly addresses. There are already 700 places from the region of Zurich such as family-friendly cafés, playgrounds, children’s events or shops on the website.

Eine website für Familien - 20min Zürich über Family First -

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