Unless you’re never married or you just have a strong dislike in kids, one of the best ways to travel is with children and families. What could be nicer than that? It is the time of the year for the whole family to go on a holiday and what is more when the travel destination is in Barcelona, Spain?
When it comes to a family travel, you will always want to make group activities as your top priority. Apart from that, finding the right accommodation that will suit your entire family’s needs is a must as well. With HouseTrip.com you get the chance to scroll through each page easily for available apartment rental in Barcelona for your family. Furthermore, the reviews written are genuine and came from the past guests to avoid disappointment.
Below is our list of 5 family destinations in Barcelona:
In Barcelona, every child in school has visited Poble Espanyol, at least once. This “Spanish Village” was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition with showcase of various areas such as Catalonia, Balearic Islands, Madrid and Valenicia. And if you’re coming with your children, make sure to come on Sundays where they have story time, puppet shows and parades.(Image by Dmitry Karyshev)
Your kids will undoubtedly love the gorgeous setting of the Mediterranean Sea life in L’Aquarium Barcelona. There are two free admissions for those who book a tour and all equipment for tour is always provided. This dramatic presentation will awe your children with colorful fish, stingrays and sharks!
Montjuic’s Font Magica
Font Magica, or translated as Magic Fountain, is probably Barcelona’s one of the best attractions. Children usually love this kind of thing where you get to witness the dancing waterspouts growing in size and height as they change colors, and being choreographed with music. It is a free weekend show and crowds usually gather on the National Art’s steps from 8pm all through midnight, from Thursdays to Sundays.
Looking for a “garden city” in Barcelona? Well, Parc Guell is the place you are looking for. With the touch of Gaudi, it isn’t like any other park you have ever seen before. What we think kids love about this place are the a hall of columns, carved stone trees and the decorative giant-sized mosaic lizards. The entrance is free, thus, it can get pretty packed with visitors. Make sure you come as early as possible or during weekdays, instead of weekends.(Image by Don McCullough)
End your holiday with a visit to the Tibidabo Mountain where you’ll get the chance to enjoy Ferris wheel, merry-go-round and any other easy rides at this fun, little amusement park. It is not like the typical amusement park in North America, therefore, you get to enjoy the simple, old-fashioned rides and games as you view the Barcelona city from atop of the mountain.
Traveling to Spain with children is such a wonderful adventure. Barcelona is a great place to create memorable experience with your kids and you can always be sure that once you’re with them in such a destination, they will always reminisce all of the good time you have spent together.
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