On the top of Mount Tibidabo lies one of the oldest amusement parks in the world! This, more than 100 years old, park offers more than 30 attractions designed for everyone, from kids to the adults.
Barcelona most certainly offers anything and everything you can imagine, even the possibility to see almost all regions of Spain all together in one town – Poble Espanyol (Catalan for Spanish Town).
The peaceful and unique village full of Spanish soul is definitely worth a visit if you want to spend the day exploring and getting to know the different autonomous communities and regions of Spain.
While the festivities in most European cities are usually over just as December ends, Spain reaches its’ festivity peak on the 5th and 6th of January. Spanish people celebrate Cavalcada dels Reis, resembling the Epiphany – arrival of the Three Kings.
Following the idea of showcasing the best museums and places to visit with kids in Barcelona, Museu Blau, a part of the Natural History Museum of Barcelona, is under the spotlight this time. Featuring the life of and on our Planet Earth since the very beginning up to today, the museum is just the right place to not only entertain yourself and the children but also engage their interest in science and the world surrounding us.