The Barcelona Zoo, Spain 2 948
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The Barcelona Zoo is located on the territory of the Citadel park and it is a home to more than 2000 animals of 315 species. The living conditions are close to natural: animals are separated from the visitors by moats and glass aviaries. Visitors can observe elephants, crocodiles and giraffes from special trestles. Also little children can visit a farm with domestic animals.
There is a dolphinarium on the territory of the zoo (not covered by the zoo entrance fee). It is also possible to book an electromobile for 4 persons. There are tables for picnics and a cafe on the territory of the zoo. There is no admission fee for children under 3.
Please check the working hours on the official website.
What is the best place to take your kids for a vacation in Spain? The following review includes various places you and your kids will love, such as the “Kids’ Sea”, a safari to Majorca, tours to the cave residents at the Canary Islands, a tree house hotel in Catalonia, the largest oceanarium in Europe, water parks, rides, and sandy beaches at Spanish resorts wonderful for family vacations.
Our Alisa’s trip to Barcelona (in May, 2012 for 19 days) was her first time traveling where she happened to turn five months old. Despite the fact that our relatives weren’t quite fond of our plans, it turned out to be the most stress-free trip (for the child) and my husband and I managed to have a wonderful vacation as well. Alisa fed just on breast milk without supplements and we took a fold-up umbrella stroller with us along with a backpack. We planned our museum trips around Alisa’s daytime sleep and in the course of three days, not only were we able to explore the whole city and the famous museums, but we also had time to make it all the way out to the Montserrat Monastery, which is located 70 km from Barcelona.