For many people, large cities, and children are hardly compatible. Filed under: David Green. However, to enjoy with young children Barcelona there are many educational activities. Moreover, you can walk almost the entire small town without getting bored. Parc de la Ciutadella is the most logical starting point for people traveling with children and is only a few steps from the metro station 'Olympic Village. " Summer Sundays are free performances are usually seen in the park puppet shows and other distractions for children.
The park has a lake where you can rent rowboats, no sources and is also the headquarters of the Barcelona Zoo. Barcelona Zoological Park is a popular attraction to visit with the family and offers additional activities such as the mini train and the ponies. It has a wide variety of animals both large and small. The best part of summer for families is the district of Barceloneta, its fortunate location not only near the beaches, resorts and playgrounds, but also within walking distance the center of the city. ste neighborhood boasts many restaurants specializing in seafood and fish and sensitive to the needs of families and also for refreshment kiosks near the beach. With a Barcelona apartment can make the most of the neighborhood. Located on a hill just a few subway stops from downtown Barcelona, Parc Guell, designed by Antonio Gaudi, is an ideal place for a panoramic view of the city.
Moreover, it is a fantasy world for adults and children. Going through the winding paths of the Parc Guell is a surprise at every turn. Children will be fascinated by the salamander's flagship park, covered with colorful ceramic pieces and the bank that undulates like a snake on the edge of the square. Park entry is free but must pay the museum entrance. A visit from the Nou Camp will not disappoint them young football fans. We visit the locker room, press room, the breathtaking view of the entire stadium, tunnel access, and as in a grand final can walk on the grass of the historic Camp Nou. You can also visit the club museum. Barcelona is a city so full of bright colors, odd shapes and fascinating architecture (not to mention the attractions especially for children) that even the most demanding child will enjoy what it offers.