Barcelona for children
There’s plenty to interest kids, from street theatre on La Rambla to the beaches. Transport is good, many attractions are huddled fairly close together and children are generally welcome in restaurants and cafés.
An initial stroll along La Rambla is full of potential distractions and won ders, from the bird stands to the living statues and buskers, and the Wax Museum further down the boulevard is bound to keep them engaged.
At the bottom end of La Rambla, more options present themselves: a ride up to the top of the Monument a Colom or seeing sharks at l’Aquarium. You might also score points with a ride in the Hotel Kruger horror house at Tibidabo’s Parc d’Atraccions amusement park!
Of the city’s many museums, those most likely to capture children’s imaginations are the Museu Maritim, the Museu de la Xocolata and the interactive CosmoCaixa.
In the summer months you will doubtless be rewarded by squels of delight if you takke the bairns to one of the city’s swimming pools and or the beach. In cooler weather, parks can be a good choice. Montjuïc, including some exploration of its Castell, should appeal to young kids. A wander around the maze of the Jardins del Laberint d’Horta will keep kiddies guessing as they try to work their way through the central maze. Animals usually work wonders with truculent toddlers, so why not drop by the Zoo de Barcelona
Hotel Duquesa de Cardona Barcelona is also a good option to come with your family. We offer connecting rooms and family rooms ( 2 adults and 2 children ), offering the best comfort for the kings and queens of the house.