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5 helpful travel tips for your family trip to Barcelona

Barcelona for kids – Private tours Barcelona for kids

That Barcelona is an amazing city to travel with kids is probably something you already knew, but did you know that…

1.-Barcelona is a destination with more than a 200 sunny days per year.
Temperatures of 35 degrees C (91 Fah) are common in July and August so make sure you carry a high factor sunscreen for the kids!

2.- Learn some key Spanish words with your kids before your trip
Small shops and some restaurants may not be fluent in English, so here are some words that for sure will be useful for you:

Buenos días – Good morning
Cuanto cuesta esto? – How much is It?
Dónde está el lavabo? Where’s the toilett? (this is a must learn!!!)
Gracias – Thank you
Perdón – Sorry
Una taza de café por favor – I would like a cup of coffee (very important in the morning)
Adiós – Goodbye
Hasta luego – See you

3.- Let the children have fun
Save a fun day visiting Tibidabo Amusement park located in Collserola Natural Park.
Just need to take a cab and get ready to have fun with your kids. Tibidabo is open from March to January. During the winter you can visit the Aquarium, the Science Museum (Cosmocaixa), the Chocolate museum and many places more.

private tours barcelona for kids

4.- How can I move around the city?
Barcelona has an extensive bus and subway (metro) net that reach any corner of the city. A single ticket costs 2.15€ but the Barcelona Metropolitan Transportation (TMB) service offers a 10 trip card for just 9,95€ which is worth since you can share it.

5.- We’re hungry… Where can we eat?
To be honest, Barcelona is one of the main gourmet capitals in the world. It is hard to step in a place where food isn’t worth it! You can find any food you are looking for: brunch, a tapas lunch or a relaxed catalan mediterranean healthy dinner. And our pastisserie…well, just a piece of heaven!!

 

private tours barcelona for kids

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