Barcelona Zoo. Find out all the family activities!

Visiting a city with children is amazing, but you need to find exciting activities to entertain them in order to avoid that they get bored and tired. A good option you can write down in your holiday agenda is visiting the zoo. This summer, the Zoo of Barcelona is ready to welcome your family with plenty of activities for kids and adults.

If your little ones’ birthday is just in the middle of your days in Barcelona, you need to know you can celebrate the special day surrounded by animals. The Barcelona Zoo has birthday parties for up to 15 participants where they will enjoy every single minute with the animation of the Zoo’s educators who will accompany them blowing the candles and then visiting the reptile’s house.

If you only want to live a family time in the Zoo, you can join one of the family’s activities where you will be told all kind of stories about the animals, their names, curiosities and amazing visits.

You can check all these possibilities and other plenty of options in this link. If you rather fancy visiting the Zoo on your own, you just have to pay the 19€ tickets for adults or 11.80€ for children 3-12 and prepare to get fascinated with a great diversity of species.

The Zoo of Barcelona is placed by the Ciutadella Park, a beautiful green area full of fountains, space to play with the little ones and grass where you can take advantage of a sunny day and have a picnic. If you like this lovely area so close to the sea and the city centre, you can check the holiday rentals in Barcelona placed in the Ciutadella District or El Born. All the holiday apartments in Barcelona you are going to see on the Apartment District website have been previously selected according to their quality.

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Alba

I love travelling because it is an incredible way to keep moving and discovering new things. I like sharing what I know with other people by writing it down in the Apartment Ditrict blog so I hope you find the posts enriching and useful for your trips.

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