Barcelona with kids part I…

_dsc4248Hi guys, hope you are all doing fantastic. I finally got around sharing a few pictures of our last trip to Barcelona, and if you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen a few already, but i wanted to leave the best for last. and Share a few nice spots to visit. Barcelona is a very kids friendly city, although i must say that public transportation is not that buggy friendly, as there are a lot of stairs everywhere.

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Jamon is everywhere you go. My favourite were Jamon iberico and Serrano.

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Look out for these delicious air puffed goodness on a Wednesday or a Friday, seriously? only those two days? yes, they only make them on those days. So go hunt for them, luckily for us we got there on a Friday and got to business.

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On our way to Monjuic mountain.

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The views are stunning!

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Those 4 pilars, represent the four stripes in the flag of Catalunya.

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My son running wild and free, this is definitely a must if you go there with kids. Loads of running space!

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The fountains are spectacular!

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See?

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House of Bones or Casa batllo by Antoni Gaudi. Buy ticket online to save some bucks.

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On our Sons birthday, we went to Tibidabo mountain which is overlooking Barcelona, there they have a 100 years old amusement park, wow, what a treat!

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Church of the sacred heart of Jesus

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Running for the rides!

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I live for moments like these, he was so happy on his 2nd birthday!

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I love choo-choo rides with my crew!

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On our way up to the Tibidabo mountain!

To get to Tibidabo by public transportation, you need to get a train, a funicular and a bus, its all part of the adventure, but if you dont fancy doing all that, then hire a car.

Can you believe this amusement park is a 100 years old?

A must when traveling with your children, they will love it.

La sagrada Familia de Gaudi, i have no words to describe this place… just breathtaking!
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Still a work in progress!

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and then you go around the corner, and you see this beauty!

 

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A walk in Barceloneta beach,  rent a bike, grab something to eat , drink sangrias and walk to the W hotel for a nice coffee by the beach.

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Iconic art that represents the Marina.

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This place most be great in the summer!

Although we had very decent weather all throughout, sunny , lowest 16- highest 20, not bad for February!

People make a living of sand art here, the whole boardwalk is filled with different artists.

A walk in the beach of Barceloneta was a must, even though we couldn’t get on the water.

 

Stay tuned for the second part of the Post.

Besos!

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