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.


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


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.


On our way to Monjuic mountain.


The views are stunning!


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


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


The fountains are spectacular!




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


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!


Church of the sacred heart of Jesus


Running for the rides!


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


I love choo-choo rides with my crew!


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!

Still a work in progress!


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



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.


Iconic art that represents the Marina.


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.



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