Kids & Family

In a bid to tackle sexism and gender imbalances in children’s literature, a Gràcia based project took matters into its own hands, analyzing entire libraries to remove books containing problematic tropes. We spoke to the director to find out more. Read more


Catalans have long celebrated Easter with the giving of "mones," although their form has metamorphosed over the centuries. Read more


In a city where family and friends value time spent together, Barcelona has plenty of activities to enjoy, little ones in tow. Read more

Things To Do

More than 80 museums across the city open their doors for free for one night only on May 20th. Read more


Science experiments, art mysteries, manta rays and more await you and your family at Barcelona's best museums for all ages. Read more


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


This little street in Poblenou is a haven for families. Read more


A question of family

Last year, Meredith Gales successfully adopted a girl from a West African country, a process that she wrote about for our website. Here she explains what life has been like for her new family. Read more

Sep 28, 2011 12:00 AM Diary of a Barcelona adoption

  • Tibidabo amusement park at night

    Photo courtesy of Tibidabo Oficial.

    Tibidabo amusement park at night

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