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– the Holy Family (the holy family): a magical place par excellence, this medieval-style cathedral, not completed voluntarily for nearly a century, is the work of Antoni Gaudi. This genius artist has left his mark in several areas of the city, with typical Baroque-style facades, houses entirely dedicated to his work. La Sagrada familia is one of the most famous monuments in Barcelona. This gigantic cathedral is very touristy, intriguing even for the youngest. A word of advice: go early to avoid the crowds.

Family rate at 15 euros.


– Parc Güell : it is the emblematic park of Barcelona. Once again, this unusual place was imagined by Gaudi. Its architecture consists in fact of a typical colored mosaic. The artist has also displayed his talents as a landscaper with an astonishing floral arrangement. A real open-air adventure!

– The Ramblas : one of the most popular and frequented areas of Barcelona. You will inevitably walk this avenue, with its central pedestrian part very famous for these street shows, these street vendors and these impressive flower stalls.

– The Gothic quarter: this corner of Barcelona, ​​not far from the Ramblas, is a very festive district, especially frequented by Catalans. It is in fact a maze of small streets with old-fashioned charm. The Spaniards go there with their families, even late at night. Live in the Iberian time and let yourself be tempted by the atmosphere of tapas bars-restaurants, a great tradition of this district.

– Poble Espanyol : it’s a nice place to visit with the youngest. Like our “miniature France”, here is miniature Spain! Activities and treasure hunts are available for children.

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 Family rate (2 adults and 2 children): 37,50 euros

– Camp Nou : your child is a football fan? He will surely claim a passage through the legendary Camp Nou, home stadium of the famous Barcelona club where many world football stars play.

-Port aventura : it is THE leisure park for families. Just an hour from Barcelona, ​​you will find one of the largest theme parks with six different aquatic areas: Mediterranean, Far West, México, China, Polynesia and Sésamo Aventura, the new family space with attractions and shows specially created for children. smaller.


How to travel to Barcelona?

– By plane : this is the simplest formula if you do it in advance. Many airlines make the connection several times a day to this Iberian capital. You will therefore find very different prices depending on whether you book early or last minute, depending on the season and the company chosen. In general, it costs around 150 euros round trip per person. Most airlines offer a specific fare for children under 12.

– by train : on, you can book your ticket from Paris to Barcelona. The journey takes around 6 hours, without a stop, and will cost you around 100 euros for an adult in high season one way. For a child, between 4 and 11 years old, the one-way ticket costs 50 euros.

- autoga : from Paris, count 10 hours of journey through Perpignan. The advantage is being able to visit the surroundings of Barcelona and in particular the Catalan coast. Figueres and the extravagant Dali museum, Cadaquès, a magnificent village with white houses, the wild coves and inlets of the “Costa Brava” will surely enchant you.

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To find an apartment for rent in a typical Barcelona neighborhood, do not hesitate to look for the best option on one of the websites specializing in apartment rentals in Barcelona. You have the possibility of reserving large surfaces well equipped and as close as possible to the important sites of the city. On site, specifying that you are coming with children, you will find folding beds, specific equipment for families.

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