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Things to do in Barcelona at Christmas: Magical Christmas activities

Magical Christmas Activities in Barcelona 2020

Magical Christmas Activities in Barcelona 2020 Bon Nadal, Bones Festes! Want to get holiday mood, indulge yourself in the festivities, feel that special holiday magic that only comes once a year? Welcome

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100+ Things to do in Barcelona with Kids

Finding things to do in Barcelona with kids is never a problem. My 3 kids and I are never bored in the city. You also don’t have to spend any money — the city’s an open-air museum in

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Where to stay in Barcelona with kids

Where to stay in Barcelona with kids It’s hard to find a friendly place to stay in Barcelona that caters to families. Here are a few hotels that welcome children! WHERE TO STAY: FAMILY-FRIENDLY

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Giants Museum in Barcelona

Barcelona Family Tours: The Gothic Quarter with Runner Bean Tours

Walking tours are a quick, punchy way to get to know the roots of a city. But, for a kid, most walking tours are as interesting as watching paint dry on stucco. Enter: The Runner Bean Kids & Family

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Foods your kids will like in a Barcelona restaurant

Barcelona is a foodie’s dream. When it comes to your kids and food, could it be their dream too? And not a cold, sweaty nightmare? You wonder… “Is it really all fried foods?” “What

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Kid snacks you can buy in Barcelona

Kid snacks you can buy in Barcelona supermarkets

Sometimes when you’re traveling with your kids, you want to feed them with snacks that are inexpensive, healthy-ish, and convenient to throw in your purse. Ya know, something to hold them over until

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La Casa dels Entremesos: Giants, Big Heads, and Beasts

Have you seen the GIANTS of Barcelona? Maybe you’ve been to the citywide La Mèrce Festival, or a smaller neighborhood celebration around Barcelona. And you may have caught the gegants – towering figures

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CosmoCaixa Barcelona is one of Europe's best science museums

CosmoCaixa: An Interactive Science Museum in Barcelona

Remember this? Your physics teacher tells you to turn to page 137 of your textbook. He rattles on about a formula or a chart. You try to understand it, but you find the “hugs not drugs” posters

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Get lost at the Parc del Laberint d’Horta

Parc del Laberint d’Horta is the oldest park in the city. Off the tourist radar, this park sits in the Barcelona neighborhood of Horta and extends over 55 hectares. It was built in 1791 but became

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Pedra Paper Tisora, a creative toy shop in Poblenou

In Poblenou, locals love to shoot the breeze on the narrow pedestrian street, Carrer Marià Aguiló. They visit its restaurants and bars, chat with their neighbors, or stop to gaze at the storefront displays.

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