Category Archives: Barcelona for Children

Practical information for visiting Barcelona with children plus fun activities to occupy children in Barcelona

Food & Drink for people with allergies in Barcelona

ShareAllergies and food intolerances are increasingly common. For the traveller with allergies, a source of concern when visiting a new town or city is always this: “what will I be able to eat, and where?”. Spanish shops and supermarkets cater … Continue reading

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Babies at CCCB

ShareCCCB is Barcelona’s main contemporary art gallery. Under usual circumstances, you might think that there would not be much here for small children, and you’d probably be right. Enter stage ‘Babies at CCCB’ offering dance, music, puppets and art aimed … Continue reading

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Barcelona Zoo

ShareBarcelona Zoo enthrals children and adults alike. Featuring over 7,000 animals from over 400 different species, a visit offers primates, felines, tropical birds, elephants, giraffes and dolphins to name a few, making this a perfect day out for all the … Continue reading

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Ropes and Knots

ShareA novel attraction in Barcelona, Ropes and Knots is the brainchild of José Antonio Portillo, an art installation aimed at children from age 6 to 12. It consists of a circular wooden space containing shelves jostling with fragments of everyday … Continue reading

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The best brunch in Barcelona

ShareEveryone loves a good brunch. Here are our top 3 in Barcelona. Enjoy! Federal Cafe Based on an informal Australian eatery, Federal cafe looks like it up sticks from Melbourne and landed in the Eixample in Barcelona. Featuring exceedingly tasteful … Continue reading

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Pedestrian Sundays

ShareBarcelona pedestrian Sundays are a fun new weekend event organised by the Ajuntament de Barcelona (council). Staring at the end of the month, on March the 29th, the event is to run on six consecutive Sundays up until April the … Continue reading

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Horse riding for kids in Barcelona

ShareThe Barcelona L’Oreneta Pony Park in the north of Sarria aims to reach out to more students than ever this year. The Pony Park, which runs the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona, will bring the world of horses more … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year Lantern Festival

ShareBarcelona is a cosmopolitan, international city with many ethnic communities. In the last decade the Chinese population has increased dramatically, bringing many new restaurants, festivals, shops and welcome new faces to a city that has always thrived on immigration. The … Continue reading

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Aracaladanza – Pequeños Paraisos

ShareIf you are looking for ways to entertain your small ones this Christmas in Barcelona, contemporary children’s dance company Aracaladanza, is performing “Pequeños Paraisos”, a spectacular children’s performance. Pequeños Paraísos is based on Bosch’s painting The Garden of Earthly Delights, … Continue reading

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Boulevard Sou d’Art at the Casa Batllo

ShareHigh end fashion, design and gastronomy come together at Boulevard Sou d’Art in the Casa Batllo on Passeig de Gracia in Barcelona. This Christmas the iconic art nouveau building by Antoni Gaudí will open its doors once again, to celebrate … Continue reading

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