MumAbroad Barcelona

 

Barcelona is one of the most child-friendly cities in Europe, given its numerous parks, play-areas, beaches and overall outdoor lifestyle. Whatsmore, children are adored by the locals thanks to the city’s family-friendly culture and lifestyle.  Catalan and Spanish are both spoken in equal measure and increasingly residents are speaking more English as the city gains its reputation as an international hub.  There are numerous excellent international schools as well as reputable concertadas (state subsidised schools) and local schools, an added pull for the increasing numbers of international families choosing to relocate in one of the world’s most vibrant and progressive cities.

Maternity Services

Baby & Toddler

Indoor Activities 

Courses & Workshops

Teens & Tweens

Outdoor Activities

Healthcare

Childcare

Eating Out

Relocation & Home Services

Party Planning

Family Photographers

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