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Tibidabo Theme Park

Tibidabo Theme Park

This antiquated theme park boasts bags of retro charm (perhaps that’s why Woody Allen shot scenes from Vicky Cristina Barcelona here) and is situated right on the top of Tibidabo mountain to the rear of the city. It offers an... Read More

Teleferico del Puerto

Teleferico del Puerto

The Transbordador Aeri del Port (aka Teleferic del Puerto) will take you, in an entertaining, albeit somewhat nerve-wracking cable car ride, across the city’s Old Port from San Sebastian beach to the viewing platforms on Montjuic... Read More

Teleferic de Montjuic

Teleferic de Montjuic

Barcelona’s second cable car will take you from Parc de Montjuic, stopping off at the Mirador (viewing platform), before continuing up to Montjuic Castle. It’s more modern than the carriage which crosses the port and cheaper at... Read More

Parc de la Ciutadella

Parc de la Ciutadella

With a boating lake, play areas, ping pong tables and a giant statue of a woolly mammoth, Parc de la Ciutadella is easily Barcelona’s best park for children, and handily is also the most central. No doubt wide-eyed youngsters will... Read More

Mammoth Museum

Mammoth Museum

Kids won’t get the museum blues during this entertaining look at the Ice Age. Visitors are greeted by a 5m-tall, life-sized reconstruction of a mammoth (made with yak hair), plus well-preserved skeletons of not just the elephantine... Read More

Chocolate Museum

Chocolate Museum

Housed in the former Sant Agustí monastery, which also barracked the chocolate-loving Bourbon army, this small museum in El Borne charts the origins of cocoa from its arrival in Europe and consequent spread in popularity, not... Read More

Barcelona Zoo

Barcelona Zoo

Centrally located in Parc de la Ciutadella, Barcelona’s zoological gardens house an impressive collection of exotic animals including elephants, lions, panthers, kangaroos, gorillas and komodo dragons. Among the highlights are the... Read More

L’Aquarium Barcelona

L’Aquarium Barcelona

The tropical tanks of the city’s aquarium and the Mediterranean are home to a total of 11,000 animals of approximately 450 different species. The main attraction is undoubtedly the Oceanarium, which is viewed from below via an 80m... Read More


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