35 Best Things to Do in Barcelona with Kids (+Map)

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So you’re planning a family trip to Barcelona and wondering what are the best things to do? We’ll give you all the insider tips on how to make the most of your time in the City of Barcelona with kids. 

From exploring iconic landmarks like Park Güell and La Sagrada Familia to enjoying fun activities at the beach, there’s something for everyone here.We’ve provided a list of things to do and visit that your kids will love, especially if it’s your first visit to Barcelona with a family.

And when it comes to accommodation, we’ve got you covered, too! Stay in Barcelona with kids in one of the family-friendly hotels that are conveniently located and offer great amenities.

Discover the best things to do in Barcelona with kids! Find cool places, activities, and easy tips to make the most out of your family trip to Barcelona

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Best things to do in Barcelona with kids


Where to Stay in Barcelona with Kids

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Recommended Place to Stay

This 5-star hotel offers two outdoor swimming pools and Michelin restaurants. There are kids activities and it’s at a great location next to the beach.

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Recommended Place to Stay

This hotel is at a central location and has a roof teerrace with a small outdoor pool.

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Recommended Place to Stay

This guest house is centrally located and offers modern rooms in a 19th century building.

Is Barcelona Kid-Friendly? 

Yes, Barcelona is considered to be a very kid-friendly city. Whether you have an infant, toddler, or an older child, there are plenty of fun things for kids in Barcelona! There are many attractions and activities for the whole family to enjoy, such as the Barcelona Zoo, Tibidabo Amusement Park, and the CosmoCaixa Science Museum. 

Additionally, the Barcelona beaches and numerous park are the ideal place where kids can enjoy outdoor activities. The public transportation system is also well-equipped for families with strollers or younger kids, so you can take the Barcelona bus or metro without a worry.

Best Things to do In Barcelona with Kids

Barcelona, family-friendly and stunning, is definitely worth a visit by adults and kids alike. There are plenty of attractions for families, so everyone will have a fun time as Barcelona has to offer lots of fun things. Here are the top things for your family holiday in Barcelona:

1. Explore Park Güell

Visit Park Güell, a unique park designed by Antoni Gaudí. Explore the colourful mosaic sculptures and enjoy panoramic views of the city. 

The kids find interesting all the different shapes and colors. The guard house has nothing inside worth seeing, but the view is great – plus it’s a photo opportunity for someone from downstairs 🙂 There is a play area and a picnic area in the park too!

We highly recommend booking a guided tour to make the most of your visit. While I’ve explored Park Güell on my own before; however, this time with a guide was one of the highlights of Barcelona.

At the very least book skip-the-line tickets in advance. This way you will avoid the long lines and make sure you will manage to enter the park during peak season.

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2. Visit Sagrada Familia

Explore the stunning architecture of Sagrada Família. Visit one of the best Gaudi’s works with kids. Marvel at its intricate details and learn about its fascinating history. This is one of the most important sites in Barcelona and a Unesco World Heritage Site (along with 6 more of Gaudi’s works).

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Step inside to be greeted by a blend of warm and cold hues reflected on the glass, paired with futuristic elevators that seem straight out of a sci-fi tale. Downstairs, the museum boasts a range of exhibits, with the standout being an intricately detailed maquette.

Tips for visiting Sagrada Familia

  • Beware that while visiting the Sagrada Famillia inside is stroller-friendly, if you want to visit the tower you’ll need to climb down the stairs.
  • If you want to visit the tower, better buy it in advance as an extra to your ticket, as it does get sold out.

There are two small playgrounds near Sagrada Familia here and here. The second one is close also to one of the best viewpoints.

3. Wander the Gothic Quarter

Discover the Gothic Quarter, a charming neighborhood with narrow streets and beautiful medieval buildings. The Cathedral is one of the highlights of the Gothic quarter, but its true charm is in the narrow alleys. One of its gems is the charming little bridge in the photo – it’s always been one of my favorite spots in Barcelona.

4. Discover Barcelona Cathedral

Visit the Barcelona Cathedral and explore its impressive interior. Barcelona Cathedral stands as a magnificent testament to the city’s rich history and architectural prowess.

As families explore its grandeur, kids will love the street entertainers outside. Bubbles float and colorful balloons paint the sky, adding to the cathedral’s atmosphere. It’s one of the best places to relax a bit while young children are entertained – it’s a highlight for kids!

The square is a lively spot that’s pedestrian-friendly, making it a perfect break from sight-seeing for families in Barcelona.

5. Ride the Montjuïc Cable Car

Take a cable car ride up to Montjuïc Mountain for breathtaking views of Barcelona’s skyline.

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There are also some fun playgrounds on your way down, if you have the time to explore.

Book the Montjuïc cable car tickets in advance and go as early as possible!

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6. Explore the Montjuïc Castle

Visit Montjuïc Castle and explore its fascinating history. The castle sits atop a hill, offering breathtaking views of the port below. While exploring the castle, you’ll find old cannons adding to its historic charm.

For a sweet treat, there’s a café featuring an ice cream cart, perfect for a break with the kids.

The Magic Fountain in this area is also one of the tourist attractions. More info on the Magic Fountain further below.

7. Casa Milà (La Pedrera)

Casa Milà is a living museum inside.I t’s like stepping back in time. There’s even a special room for kids (it’s a bit spooky!) and an old record player in the living room.

The real treat is the rooftop and the details in decoration. The kids loved walking around the statues at the top. The rooftop is not stroller-friendly, so take a baby carrier with you. You can see Sam and the kids far away in the back waving to me taking this photo 🙂

There’s a usually a line for the elevators. You can skip it and climb 6 floors or just wait (just wait lol 🙂 ). You come down and again there’s a line for the elevator or you can climb down the stairs – that’s a bit easier.

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8. Have a Bite at the Boqueria Market

Explore the colourful and lively Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria, a famous food market. Sample fresh fruits and local delicacies, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this bustling marketplace. 

The market is a fantastic spot for tapas. Grab some quick bites to go or find a few bars to sit and relax. From cones filled with calamari, serrano ham, and cheese to empanadas and fresh fruit, it’s one of our favorite things to do in Barcelona.

9. Take a Cooking Class

Discover the secrets of cooking traditional Spanish seafood paella at the Catalan capital. Accompany the chef to La Boqueria market to select the freshest ingredients.

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10. Stroll Las Ramblas

Take a stroll along Las Ramblas, the famous pedestrian boulevard. Enjoy the lively atmosphere and check out the street performers. It’s a pleasant stroll with numerous spots to enjoy a drink or grab a quick bite.

Stay alert for pickpockets as the central street is a popular tourist spot.

11. Ride the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

The Hop-On Hop-Off Bus in Barcelona offers two distinct routes. These routes overlap at the most important sites in the city center. It is a good option to get around Barcelona too.

A bonus? Your ticket also includes a scenic catamaran cruise. The Hop-On Hop-Off Bus is an excellent choice to explore Barcelona with children without wearing out the little ones and perfect for those on a tight schedule.

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12. Admire Casa Batlló

Discover Casa Batllo, another architectural gem designed by Gaudí. Admire its unique facade inspired by marine life and explore its mesmerizing interior filled with curved lines and vibrant colours.

You will have to leave the stroller at the entrance, so bring a baby carrier with you!

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13. Wander Parc de la Ciutadella

Visit Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona’s largest urban park. Take a boat ride on its lake or relax under shady trees while enjoying a picnic with your family. This is one of the top things to do in green space when going to Barcelona with a toddler – although kids of all ages would enjoy it!

There are playgrounds at the park (check the map for the exact location!) and lots of open space to run around. Also the Barcelona Zoo is in this park.

14. Visit Barcelona Zoo

One of the best things to do with kids is visit the Barcelona Zoo. It is home to over 4,000 animals from around the world. You can see animals like elephants, giraffes, lions, dolphins – and Komodo dragons!

There is a fun playground in the zoo too, places to buy drinks and food and picnic tables. It’s a great place to visit for kids of all ages.

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15. Dive into Barcelona Aquarium

The Barcelona Aquarium is a super fun spot to see all sorts of underwater creatures. It’s one of the largest in Europe, and kids will be amazed by the huge shark tunnel and colorful fish. It’s a great place for families to learn and have fun at the same time.

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16. Experience CosmoCaixa Barcelona

Visit CosmoCaixa Barcelona, a science museum with interactive exhibits that will engage both kids and adults. Learn about various scientific concepts through hands-on activities and experiments. This is great for older children, but kids of all ages would enjoy.

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17. Gaudí Experiència Barcelona

Gaudí Experiència in Barcelona lets you dive deep into the world of the famous architect, Antoni Gaudí. With interactive displays and 4D shows, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into one of his dreamy designs. It’s a great way for kids to understand his unique style and Barcelona’s iconic architecture.

The 4D experience lasts 20 minutes and there is an interactive area as well. It is very close to Park Guell, so it’s easy to combine the two. This is not suitable for kids under 6 years old.

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18. Relax at the Barcelona Beaches

Relax on the beaches of Barcelona. Soak up the sun and take a dip in the Mediterranean Sea. Indulge in delicious seafood at one of the beachfront restaurants, while the kids are building sand castles. Spending time on the beach is a good choice for younger and older kids alike. 

Starting from the center and moving outwards, here’s a list of Barcelona’s beaches. The beach closest to the center is serviced by the Barceloneta metro station.

  • Barceloneta Beach is arguably the most well-known beach in Barcelona. It can get really crowded (well, all of these get crowded in the summer!).
  • Nova Icaria Beach: a quieter beach near Barceloneta. There’s a small climbing structure here. You can find toilets and changing rooms on this beach.
  • Bogatell Beach: restaurants and beach bars on the beach (chiringuitos), sunbeds and umbrellas. You can find a beach volley zone and a climbing rope structure for kids here. Usually not too crowded. There are showers and toilets available.
  • Mar Bella Beach: clothes are optional on this beach. There is a big slide and a climbing strucutre for kids here. There are beach volleyball courts and a skate park. There are restaurants near the beach, but there’s no lifeguard.

If you want a better beach experience with less expensive sunbeds, then go to Sitges or Costa Brava.

19. Explore Museu Picasso

Immerse yourself in art at Museu Picasso, which houses an extensive collection of Pablo Picasso’s works. Admire his early paintings and sculptures that showcase his artistic development over time. 

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20. Step into Poble Espanyol

Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) was constructed in 1929 for the International Exhibition. There are 117 real-life scale buildings representing various Spanish regions. You will find everything in the Spanish village to iconic buildings in Madrid and Seville.

Dive deeper by visiting the 20 crafts workshops and enjoy breathtaking views of Barcelona from the Montjuic Hill. Don’t miss the masterpieces of Picasso, Dalí, Miró, and more at the Fran Daurel Museum.

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21. Magic Fountain

The Magic Fountain in Barcelona is a must-see for families. With its vibrant light show paired with music and water dances, it is one of the best family things to do. Remember to check show times here and arrive a bit early for the best view.

Just a note, the light show might be a bit too late especially for younger children.

Don’t miss the Magic Fountain in the night!

22. Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum has a lifesize replica of a galley that you can see up close. The museum is set up really well, and there are interactive displays for kids.

Free entry every Sunday after 15.00.

Don’t miss the old wooden ships at Port Vell. It’s just a short stroll from the Maritime Museum!

El Moll de la Fusta at Port Vell is a cool pier with palm trees and a big place to walk. You’ll see old wooden ships and it’s close to La Rambla where there are cafes and shops. Plus, the Maremagnum Shopping Center is nearby.

23. Stroll by Arc de Triomf

In the heart of Barcelona stands the Arc de Triomf, a stunning Neo-Mudéjar styled arch crafted from reddish brickwork. Designed by Josep Vilaseca i Casanovas for the 1888 Barcelona World Fair, this architectural marvel once served as the event’s grand entrance.

Today, it proudly spans the Passeig de Lluís Companys, guiding visitors towards Ciutadella Park. A symbol of Catalan pride, it’s a must-visit for every traveler.

24. Watch a Flamenco Show with the Whole Family

Experience the passion of an authentic flamenco show. See famous dancers perform live. Plus, you can have dinner with tasty dishes from different parts of Spain.

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We watched a flamenco show during our month-long trip throuh Spain and Portugal. Our kids really enjoyed it. They were super into the show and they got a taste of the culture.

25. Fun for Kids: Big Fun Museum & Museum of Illusions

You’re in for a treat with a series of small museums at the Big Fun museum. Amaze your friends with photos from the Topsy-Turvy Museum, where you can explore a world turned upside-down. Dive into fun, from leaping into ball pits to admiring famous artworks recreated with food. At the Museum of Illusions you learn about illusions.

The Museum of Illusions is not in the same building but it is nearby. There is a joint ticket for both museums.

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26. Join a Bike Tour

Take a bike tour around the city to see Barcelona’s highlights in an active and fun way. Ride along the waterfront, visit iconic landmarks, and learn about the city’s history from your knowledgeable guide. 

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27. Explore Palau de la Música Catalana

Enjoy a flamenco show at Palau de la Música Catalana. Be mesmerized by passionate dancers, soulful music, and intricate footwork that are characteristic of this traditional Spanish art form. 

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28. Visit Museu de la Xocolata (Chocolate Museum)

The Chocolate Museum in Barcelona takes you through the rich history of chocolate. You get to see intricate sculptures made entirely of this beloved treat, and even indulge in some delicious samples. When you go in, they even give you a chocolate bar as your ticket!

(If you live in Brussels or anywhere in Belgium, then you can skip this one easily)

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29. Enjoy Tibidabo Amusement Park

Perched high above the city, Tibidabo Amusement Park offers a great view of Barcelona combined with the charm of a vintage fairground. It’s a small amusement park with old-world rides attractions. There are some rides that are suitable for little kids, like a carousel and a Ferris wheel.

Additionally, Sagrat Cor is on Mount Tibidabo. It is a catholic basilica with impressive view.

Tibidabo a bit difficult to reach from Plaça Catalunya with a series of bus-tram-funicular.

Tibidabo is one of the Barcelona attractions. Read on for more theme parks in Barcelona – and water parks!

30. Get Lost in the Horta Labyrinth Park

Explore the Horta Labyrinth Park in Barcelona, where you’ll find a maze made of tall hedges. It’s fun to get lost and then find your way out! Besides the maze, there are beautiful gardens and statues to see. You might even run into wild boars roaming around.

To get to the Labyrinth Park, you take the metro and then walk for 5 minutes.

31. Tour Camp Nou

Experience Camp Nou Stadium Tour for football enthusiasts. Explore FC Barcelona’s iconic stadium, visit their trophy room, and walk through their tunnel onto the pitch like a player.

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32. Palafolls: Marineland Dolphinarium & Water Park 

Visit the dolphinarium, marine zoo, and splash around in the water park! With a wide array of slides and attractions, there’s excitement at every corner. It’s the perfect destination for a fun family day.

This water park is about 40 minutes away by car or 1.5 hour by public transport. This is not a main attraction, but it’s a good idea if you have enough time and you’re looking for a fun place outside the popular attractions.

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33. Illa Fantasia Water Park

Illa Fantasia Water Park in Barcelona is a splash of fun for the whole family. With thrilling slides, relaxing pools, and plenty of water attractions, it’s the perfect place to cool off on a hot day. Kids and adults alike will love the wave pools, lazy rivers, and the slides.

While it’s 25 minutes by car, it’s about an hour by public transport.

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34. Visit the Lego Store

Ok, so I was pretty sceptic about this one too when Sam told me to check it out, but hear me out. This Lego Store has Barcelona landmarks made from Legos. It is also centrally located close to Plaça de Catalunya, so it’s easy to just drop by.

35. Take a Day Trip to Montserrat

Go on a family walking tour to Montserrat Mountain to admire its stunning natural beauty. Visit the Benedictine monastery nestled among the peaks and take in panoramic views of Catalonia from its summit.

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These are just some of the amazing things you can do in Barcelona. Make sure to book your favourite activities now for an unforgettable experience!

When Is the Best Time to Visit Barcelona with Kids? 

The best time to visit Barcelona with kids largely depends on personal preferences and the activities you plan to engage in. However, Barcelona in the warmer months, like spring (April to June) and fall (September to November)is absolutely beautiful. During these seasons, the weather is mild and pleasant, allowing kids to explore the city’s outdoor attractions, like parks and beaches, comfortably. 

Additionally, there are fewer crowds compared to high season (summer), which allows for a more relaxed experience while visiting popular sights such as Park Güell or Sagrada Família. It is also best to avoid visiting during major holidays, or school breaks when tourist hotspots can become crowded.

Where to Eat in Barcelona with Kids

For a great tapas experience, head to L’Alcoba Azul in the Gothic Quarter. Don’t miss out on their pizza toast – it’s a hit!

Located in the Jewish section of the Gothic Quarter, this cozy spot on a square has just a handful of tables outdoors and a few more inside. Plus, the staff are incredibly welcoming and friendly.

This is not a typical kid-friendly place, but the tables are on this little square with narrow streets, so there are no cars.

Tips for Visiting Barcelona with Kids

  1. Kid-Friendly Attractions: When you’re traveling with kids, prioritize visiting places like the Barcelona Aquarium, CosmoCaixa (Science Museum), and the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc – one of the best free things to see in Barcelona.
  2. Parks & Playgrounds: Make time for breaks at child-friendly parks like Parc de la Ciutadella (Ciutadella Park) or the playgrounds sprinkled throughout the city. They’re perfect for letting the kids run around and burn off some energy – especially if you’re visiting Barcelona with toddlers.
  3. Local Treats: Introduce your kids to local treats like ‘churros con chocolate’. It’s a fun way to immerse them in the culture!
  4. Stay Safe: Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in Spain. It can get crowded, especially in tourist hotspots. Keep young kids close. Beware of pickpockets too during your Barcelona family holiday!
  5. Siesta Time: Many shops and restaurants might close in the afternoon for a siesta. Plan your day accordingly and perhaps use this time for a rest or a midday nap, especially for younger kids.
  6. Flexible Itinerary: When visiting Barcelona with kids, keep your plans flexible and be ready to adjust based on their mood or energy levels. Sometimes, the best memories come from spontaneous adventures!

How to Get to Barcelona? 

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By Plane

Depending on your location and preferences, there are multiple ways to get to Barcelona. If you are flying from another country, the most convenient option is to book a flight to Barcelona-El Prat Airport, the main international airport serving the city. Many major airlines offer direct flights to Barcelona from various destinations worldwide.

We compare all airlines with this search engine to get the lowest price possible for flights. You can also set ‘Everywhere’ as destination and it gives you the cheapest flight anywhere on any given day or find out when is the lowest price to fly to a specific destination.

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How to Get from the Barcelona Airport to Your Hotel

The most economical way to get from the airport to the city center (Placa Catalunya) is by bus. Then you will still need to use public transport or a taxi to get to your hotel.

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We always use this highly-rated pickup service with local English-speaking drivers. The ride costs a flat, pre-paid fee, they are monitoring for flight delays and they provide stellar 24/7 customer support

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By Train

Another option is to take a train if you are coming from elsewhere in Europe. The city is well-connected by rail, and high-speed trains can bring you directly into Barcelona.

By Car

Additionally, if you prefer to travel by road, you can drive or take a bus to reach Barcelona. Several highways connect the city with other parts of Spain and Europe, making it easily accessible for those who prefer this mode of transportation.

How to Get Around Barcelona? 

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Barcelona offers a variety of transportation options to help visitors get around the city efficiently. The Barcelona Public Transport Travel Card offers unlimited access to the transportation networks in the city and its suburbs on the metro, buses, trams, and suburban trains.

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Beware of pickpocketing especially during rush hour in public transport!

Hop-On Hop-Off Bus

Barcelona bus turístic, the hop-on hop-off bus with two routes and a boat cruise. Buses are a great way to explore different parts of the city while enjoying the scenic views of Barcelona along the way. With the boat trip you’ll get panoramic views of the Barcelona coast.

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One popular option is the metro system, which covers most areas of Barcelona and is known for its reliability and cleanliness. The metro network consists of several lines that connect major attractions, neighborhoods, and suburbs, making it easy to navigate the city. If you’re traveling with little ones, avoid rush hours to ensure a more comfortable ride.

Not all metro stops have an elevator.


Another convenient mode of transportation is the bus system with numerous routes that cover both central and suburban areas.


For those who prefer a more eco-friendly option, Barcelona has an extensive network of bike lanes and rental services available throughout the city. Renting a bicycle can be an enjoyable way to explore various neighborhoods at your own pace while taking advantage of Barcelona’s pleasant weather. 


Additionally, taxis are readily available in Barcelona and can be hailed on the street or found at designated taxi ranks. Cabify and FreeNow are the two main apps where you can order a taxi.


Lastly, walking is another popular choice for getting around Barcelona due to its pedestrian-friendly streets and compact layout in certain areas. Walking allows you to fully immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant atmosphere while easily reaching many famous landmarks such as La Rambla or Gothic Quarter.

Visiting Barcelona as a Day Trip 

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Barcelona offers a diverse range of attractions and activities that can easily be explored in a day. Travelling to Barcelona with kids is very easy, as it’s quite connected with the rest of Europe.

You can start your day in Barcelona by visiting the famous Sagrada Familia, an iconic masterpiece designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudi. This stunning basilica showcases intricate details and unique architectural elements. Afterward, you can take a stroll through Park Güell, another one of Gaudi’s masterpieces, with its mosaics and beautiful views of the city. 

In the afternoon, you can explore the historic Gothic Quarter with its narrow streets, charming squares, and medieval buildings. Additionally, Barcelona is known for its delicious cuisine, so taking some time to indulge in local tapas or paella is a must-do activity during a day trip to this vibrant city. 

With its rich history, stunning architecture, and delectable food scene, Barcelona has something to offer for everyone looking to experience the best of Catalonia in just one day. Not to mention, there are plenty of things in Barcelona for kids to enjoy.

Day Trips from Barcelona

A popular day trip from Barcelona is to the charming coastal town of Sitges. Located just 35 kilometres southwest of Barcelona, Sitges is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and stunning architecture. The town also hosts several cultural events throughout the year, including the famous Sitges Film Festival.

Sitges is a better beach alternative to Barcelonetta – and it’s very close to Barcelona!

You can spend the day exploring the narrow streets filled with boutiques and cafes, relaxing on the sandy beaches, or visiting some of the town’s historic landmarks, such as the Church of Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla or the Maricel Museum. With its proximity to Barcelona and its unique atmosphere, a day trip to Sitges offers a perfect escape from city life.

Alternatively, there are wonderful beaches along Costa Brava for spending a day on the beach, such as Platja del Canadell and the family-friendly Platja Aiguablava. It’s a great option for children of all ages to have a good time.

Read also: Best 14-Day Itineraries in Spain and Portugal


Are there any kid-friendly attractions in Barcelona?

Yes, Barcelona offers a wide range of attractions suitable for kids and toddler, including the Barcelona Zoo, Tibidabo Amusement Park, and the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc.

Are there any family-friendly accommodations in Barcelona?

Absolutely! Many hotels and apartments in Barcelona cater to families with amenities like play areas, swimming pools, and babysitting services.

Can we easily find child-friendly restaurants in Barcelona?

Yes, there are plenty of restaurants that welcome families with children. Look for places offering a “menú infantil” (kids’ menu) or those with outdoor seating where kids can play.

Is it safe to travel around Barcelona with kids?

Barcelona is generally safe for families; however, it’s important to take normal precautions such as keeping an eye on your belongings and being aware of your surroundings.

Are strollers allowed on public transportation in Barcelona?

Strollers are allowed on most forms of public transportation in Barcelona, including buses and metro trains. However, during peak hours, it may be more challenging due to crowded conditions.

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