If youre visiting Barcelona with children,
youll find plenty of things to do in this very kids-friendly city. There is so
much for the younger ones to enjoy from bright sights to sweet treats, funfairs and more.
Here are our top 10 tips for visiting Barcelona with children. The tibidabo funfair is over 100 years old,
making it one of the most interesting in the world and an ideal destination for a fun day
out with children. There are 25 different attractions suitable for smaller children, teenagers and adults.
Youll enjoy spectacular city views from the roller-coaster and the Ferris Wheel offers fun for the whole family. Barcelonas Museu de la Xocolata is a fun
spot for visitors of all ages. From sculptures made of chocolate to a variety of activities
including chocolate tasting and painting, there is something deliciously fun for everyone
here. Inside the Park de la Ciutadella, youll
find the Barcelona Zoo.
Home to over 7000 animals from more than 400 species ranging
from penguins to tigers, the zoo makes for a fantastic family day out in Barcelona. Make
sure to catch the dolphin show for a bit of wow-factor and take a stroll through the Childrens
Zoo for a truly hands-on experience. Barcelonas interactive science museum, cosmocaixa, is
fun for kids of all ages. Permanent exhibitions include a Submerged Forest ecosystem with tall trees and exotic birds, and visuals of key scientific theories.
The children areencouraged to be hands-on with many of the exhibits, making it that much more fun. Theres
also a state of the art planetarium. 5. Barcelona Aquarium(texto)
The Barcelona Aquarium is one of the largest and most comprehensive aquariums in all of
Complete with over 450 species of aquatic creatures and an 80m-long underwater
tunnel, the Barcelona Aquarium makes for an unforgettable day out. Kids can also take
part in workshops or if theyre feeling brave, a sleeping with the sharks nighttime
program! Looking for a way to cool off during the summer?
Look no further than PortAventura theme park. Situated in Salou on the Costa Dorada, the
park is the most visited in Spain and has an abundance of thrilling attractions spread
out across 6 different zones. There is also an aquatic park with over 50,000 square meters
of water-fun for kids.
And lets not forget another exciting water
park right outside of Barcelona: the Illa Fantasia. Open all summer, this place is packed
with water slides, wave pools, and much more. Youll find it just 30 minutes outside Barcelona
by train. The Bosque Urb is an ultra cool playground
just waiting to be explored, and is located right in the city, making it an easy adventure
for the family.
It has over 50 attractions from zip wires to bungee jumping and suspension
bridges! When visiting the city of Barcelona during
the summer months, we recommend breaking out the sunscreen and swim gear and heading to
Barceloneta Beach, named one of the best
urban beaches in the world. The kids are sure to enjoy the sand and the waves while you
enjoy a little hard-earned rest and relaxation. If youre looking for more adventure, you
could always try out some water sports at one of Barcelonas 6 other beaches! The Montjuc Fountain is a highlight of Barcelona.
It features a dazzling light show synchronized with over 3,600 water jets, plus music. It
runs throughout the year (aside from a few weeks in winter) and there are some special
shows for New Years Eve and the summer celebration of Sant Joan in June.
family to one of the shows during the week The Parc de la Ciutadella and the Park Gell are the perfect places for a lovely
day out with the children. The Ciutadella Park, for example, can be found in the heart
of Barcelona and is the largest green space in the city. With plenty of room to play,
plus a beautiful waterfall and boating lake, the kids will love a picnic here. These are just a few things to keep in mind
when visiting Barcelona with children.
But it doesnt end there. From daytrips to the
surrounding towns, to museums of innovation and tours just for kids, theres plenty
more to keep the little ones entertained on a trip to Barcelona. For more ideas, visit
our blog! Happy travels!.