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Tips to make sure your polyglot tots gain the language fluency you may only dream of. Read more

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Afterscool is the solution you need for your family. Read more

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Nearly three months of holidays may be a delight for the children, but it can leave a lot of parents scratching their heads. Read on for the best of Barcelona's summer schools. Read more

Settling In

Barcelona’s greatest neighbourhoods for a family come in all different sizes, styles and locations. It all depends on what suits your style the best. Read more

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Parenting is child's play at these family-orientated places. Read more

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Raising bilingual children is appealing and necessary for more and more families these days. For kids to be successful in more than one language, thought, dedication and creativity on the part of the parents are required. Read more

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If you think dating in Barcelona is complicated enough, try throwing kids into the equation. Dating as a single parent is an entirely new game with a whole new set of rules and any previous dating etiquette should be tossed out of the window. Read more

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For those of you who reside here in Spain, I’d like you to please sit back, close your eyes and relax just for a moment. Read more

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Pre-kid Barcelona was always a 24-7 entertainment centre, and post-kid it hasn’t failed me yet either. So there I was last Sunday morning, bouncing out of bed raring to go (OK, slight exaggeration). Read more

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(or Bring on the All-nighters) Dragging my weary feet behind me as I traipsed up and down the hallway, I desperately tried to keep my eyes open while half-heartedly muttering lullabies through gritted teeth. Read more

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October 2002: “Come back…” she whispered seductively. “Please come back….” As I looked out over the sprawling city beneath me from the aeroplane window, I promised I would someday, somehow make my way back to her; my beautiful city of Barcelona. Read more

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For the past 10 years, The Drama Factory has been offering native English-speaking children and young language learners the chance to take part in theatre classes. To mark the first decade of this popular initiative, we spoke to founder Sophie Heydel Read more

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Our monthly photo collage this time features shots of families in Barcelona Read more

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Living in Barcelona and about to have a baby? Read here about your rights regarding maternity and paternity leave, and the financial benefits available to families and working mothers Read more

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Sonia Gigler talks with Helena Munín about what led her to set up Kinder Barcelona (Poblenou), a multilingual alternative nursery and kindergarten for children up to the age of 6 years and their families, and about its development Read more

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In her latest review of productions at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Josephine Novak recommends an operatic version of 'Puss in Boots'. Read more

BLOGS

Essential information about how to register the birth of a child in Barcelona Read more

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The Spanish government and private organisations offer help to families that have three or more children (familias numerosas) Read more

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Haircuts for kids

It's not just the 'big' parenting issues that can cause families problems when living abroad; something as apparently simple as getting your child's hair cut can be a huge challenge—our family blogger Johanna Bailey can empathise Read more

Nov 10, 2011 9:30 AM Family matters

  • Tibidabo amusement park at night

    Photo courtesy of Tibidabo Oficial.

    Tibidabo amusement park at night