Planning a trip to Barcelona with your kids? You need look no further for some great information of what to do while you are in town to keep all your campers happy!
The Sagrada Família is the most visited monument in Spain, the largest unfinished Roman Catholic church on Earth, and the crowning glory of architectural visionary Antoni Gaudí. Do you need any more reasons to visit? In the 136 years (and counting) in which the Basilica has been under construction, an extraordinary level of detail has gone into the mammoth design, so much in fact that a guided tour is mandatory to fully appreciate it. Family-friendly, entertaining and insightful, Enchanting Barcelona’s tour is the ultimate way to experience Spain’s longest-running building project, without overloading you with unnecessary info.
Getting around a new city can be a challenge; you don’t really know the lay of the land when you first arrive and if you are traveling with children or have mobility issues, the challenges only increase. So, to get you started, we have developed a handy mobility guide.
Barcelona is a picturesque city, boasting stunning views, medieval pedestrianized streets, breathtaking architecture and creative street art. In an effort to make Barcelona a more livable and user-friendly city, much of the most historic districts are also largely pedestrianized - most notably the Gothic Quarter and Born neighborhood - inviting you to take a pleasurable stroll through their charming streets.
Welcome to part two of our recommendations for Barcelona’s best activities! This time, we will reveal some of our favourite things to do with your tweens or teens, to keep them entertained and upbeat throughout your Barcelona vacation.
Up first on our list on our list are cable cars!