Some recommendations for families during Holy Week in Barcelona
Although Spring started with rain in Barcelona, during the Holy Week the weather will be nicer in this area of the Mediterraneo than in the rest of Spain, according to the Statal Meteorologic Agency. If this issue affected to the destiny decision for your holidays, you have a magnific option in Barcelona.
We have developed a plan with different alternatives for parents and children to enjoy.
Tourist Bus: A double decker bus, with uncovered top. It has three lines that cross the city by the main tourist attractions and you can drop on and off whenever you want between 9-9:30am (according to the stop) and 8pm. The frequency of the bus depends on the season and is between every 5 and 30 minutes. The length of the routes is about two hours, except green, which has a duration of 40 minutes. It is adapted to disabled people and it has 11 languages on the individual audio headphones. Price: Adult: 27 € 1 day 2 consecutive days € 38 Children 4-12 years (0-3 years free): 16 € 1 day € 20 2 days.
CaixaForum Barcelona: The social center of La Caixa offers activities for children: from workshops, guided tours, exhibitions or film series. They currently have two workshops: La lletrería & Characters on stage. The workshop of the lletrería will use various materials and media to create all kinds of letters. Characters on stage is a workshop where children will be involved in the creation of costumes and makeup of the actors, working in both languages that transform the extras: from the dressing room to the stage. Family Film Pixar: Due to its 25th anniversary, these films will be broadcasted: Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc., Cars, The Incredibles…
Spanish Village: Besides being a beautiful place to visit that summarizes Spain to an architectural, culinary and craft level, Poble Espanyol offers activities and entertainment for children, such as “Una Carretada de Contes” in which two actors perform as two foreigners that travel dragging a cart full of experiences, mysteries and stories that they collected over the years.
Visit the Wax Museum + Bosc of Fedas: The bosc of Fedas is a cafe themed in a forest full of fairies, trees and even a river. It is right next to the Museum. Both are located in an alley located at the lower part of La Rambla, halfway between Plaza Real and monument to Columbus.
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