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It does not seem ubiquitous as I have also seen kids in saunas in France, Austria or Germany. But I also know some places in the Netherlands where the minimum age is 14 (I am mostly speaking about independent saunas, not hotel spas). Whether that means the hotel should give advance notice I don't know. I always expect some “cultural” differences and spas or ...
I've seen this in the US, kids are not allowed in spas or saunas in hotels that I've been to - because of the high temperature which can be harmful to kids who are less able to regulate their own temperature, and might not realize that they are overheating. This page has some information - http://www.the-infrared-sauna-effect.com/sauna-kids.html In ...
Don't take this as an exact amount but somewhere around 1 euros + some small (less than 0.5% of the withdrawn amount) percentage. Haven't gone and tested this with every one of them, but from what I'm aware, this is a relatively standard provision and applies to most banks in the region (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina) when you're withdrawing cash from an ...
EUR, anywhere in the country, because it's by far the most important currency for trade and remittances. Sample spreads here. However, the cash spread will almost certainly be higher than the rate you would get from an ATM, which is why you should just use a debit card.
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