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Traveling with Kids to Barcelona

Sunday, August 9, 2015
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Traveling with Kids to Barcelona has never been more fun! It’s such a beautiful vibrant city filled with history and culture and lots of fun things to do with kids!

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Tibidabo Amusement Park

A wonderful park for families and kids. Amusement park, opened in 1868, with 25 rides, restaurants & picnic areas, plus views over the city with a breathtaking church at the summit. Traveling with Kids to Barcelona, this has got to be the numero uno reason!

Parc de la Ciutadella

Beautiful public park with fountains, pond and interesting architecture. Kids enjoy the activities and the picnics! Traveling with Kids to Barcelona?Then head out there!

L’aquarium Barcelona

A great way to spend the day with the kids, Europe’s largest sea tunnel, marine history and sharks, rays, and moonfish swim above and around you

Diagonal Mar Shopping

Diagonal Mar is a shopping mall in Barcelona, a kids park is located at the food court area outside and is a wonderful place to workout those little one’s muscles!

Teleferico del Puerto

Take a cable car and have a view of the entire city! Be warned, there will be a wait and a long queue!

Barceloneta beach

The beautiful long stretch of beach is a great place to go with kids! There are loads of restaurants around and you could pick up a bicycle with your family.

Living Statues of La Rambla

The approximately 1.3 km long road – in the middle a pedestrian zone – is ranging from Plaça Catalunya, probably the central transport hub in Barcelona to the port

 

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