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Barcelona is a great place to take your baby! We know that with a little one around you don’t have much extra time to plan your trip, so we have put together this handy little resource page for you. Below you will find links to all of our Barcelona blog posts, important websites and links to useful products and services.
Barcelona Blog Posts
Preparing For Your Trip
Government Travel Reports
This is the starting point for all of our family’s travel planning. These useful reports are published by your government and inform travelers of any current safety issues, entry/exit requirements, local laws, health info etc.
- Australia Travel Advisory
- Canada Travel Advisory
- New Zealand Travel Advisory
- United Kingdom Travel Advisory
- USA Travel Advisory
Did you know that most of the world’s major airlines provide extra services for families with babies? These perks may include free advance seat selection, the use of a bassinet, early boarding and much more. Refer to our blog post to see the benefits for the airline you are flying.
Barcelona Web Resources
Attraction Web Pages
Here are the official English web pages for all of Barcelona’s top tourist attractions.
- La Catedral
- Sagrada Família
- La Pedrera
- Mercat de Boqueria
- Museu d’Història de Barcelona – Plaça del Rie Location
- Park Güell
- Parc de la Ciutadella
- Barcelona Zoo
- Camp Nou
- Casa Batlló
- Fundació Joan Miró
- Gran Teatre del Liceu
- The Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona
- Museu Marítim de Barcelona (not in English)
- Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
- Museu Picasso
- Tibidabo Amusement Park
- Torre de Collserola
Not all of Barcelona’s attractions are stroller friendly. Check out our blog post on the stroller accessibility of Barcelona’s top attractions.
If you’d prefer to not risk bringing your expensive stroller on the airplane, you can rent one from the Tourism Board of Barcelona.
If you want to leave your car seat at home, your biggest challenge will be to get from the airport to your hotel. Check out our blog post for all the information you need to get from the airport to your hotel.
The easiest way is to hire a private transfer to the city with Welcome. They are baby-friendly and offers complimentary infant car seats if requested at time of your reservation.Welcome also offers essential products (such as local SIM-cards or mobile hot spots) and experiences (such as tours, day trips, restaurant suggestions, etc).
If you’d prefer a cheaper alternative (as we did), you can take the Barcelona Aerobus to city center.
Hop On Hop Off Buses
Hop On Hop Off buses are a fun way to explore a new city. You can sit on the upper deck and enjoy the sights, while listening to interesting facts about the city. There are two primary Ho Ho bus operators in Barcelona:
We hope you found this page helpful. If you’d like more useful information about taking a baby to Barcelona, pick up a copy of our Baby Can Travel: Barcelona travel guide. It’s full of useful information for new parents who wish to make the most of their first trip with baby.