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Barcelona is tourist attraction central, there are plenty of museums, monuments, architecture and galleries to keep anyone occupied for days. However, anyone who has traveled with kids will know that these attractions don’t always keep the mind occupied for long and attention span can be alot to be desired. So during your family holiday in Barcelona why not try out some of the Barcelona attractions designed with kids in mind.
Sharks, turtles, stingrays and every colourful fish imaginable. An afternoon in the Barcelona Aquarium to escape the sunshine is the perfect way to please restless kids, and the aquarium is one of Barcelona’s top attractions. Book tickets online for discounts on entrance fees.
Barcelona FC Stadium Tour
For anyone who has breed a footie fanatic, this is the ultimate activity for kids in Barcelona and even better you can go without feeling you may enjoy it more than the kids. The tours aren’t available on match days so plan ahead for that but the museum is open all year round to gaze at the trophies.
Magic Fountain of Montjuic
For a late night treat, the Magic Fountain of Montjuic’s sound and lighting show will have kids (and yourselves) mesmerised. Pumping 2600 litres of water into the fountain per second it is as impressive a water fountain show as they come.
Sand, Sea and Sangria (for the adults) never fails to be enjoyable for the whole family so it is essential that on your family trip to Barcelona you spend at least an afternoon on the beach.
There are a few in and around Barcelona and water parks will never fail to keep kids entertained for a day. In fact, if a family of two retirees and two twenty-something kids with partners can have a great day out, then a young fmaily is on to a winner.
Have you visited Barcelona with the kids? Why not share your tips on Barcelona with kids, we would love to hear from you!
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Olly started off his travels many years ago as a free-spirited young man and is now well and truly settled in to family life in which he makes it his duty to enforce family holiday fun upon the rest of his tribe. His favourite song is 'Come on Ilene' and he can be found singing it in Los Cristianos most years.