And if you live in Marseille, Lyon, Bordeaux and Montpellier, you can search for activities but can’t book through the app just yet. In the U. S. , KidPass provides something vaguely similar, but with a monthly subscription fee.
You can also find recurring activities in case your child really wants to learn a new instrument or start a new sport for instance.
If you’re looking for something specific, you can search for activities based on multiple criteria, such as the age of your child, an activity category, price, distance and a day of the week.
French startup Karamel wants to help you find things to do for your kids.
The company is launching a mobile app that lets you find and book kid-friendly activities around you.
Thanks to Karamel, those organizations should get more traffic and could focus more on activities themselves.
Varza participates in the Atomico Angel Programme, which means that Atomico handed out $100,000 to invest in multiple early-stage companies.
When you open the app, you get a curated selection of activities around you so that you can find something to do this weekend for instance.