A neighbourhood guide for traveling with children.
When traveling with children its essential to choose the accommodation well. In Barcelona you have to take into account the characteristics of the buildings, the noise at night and the neighbourhoods according to our preferences.
The most central districts of the city are Eixample and Ciutat Vella. In the latter, as in Gracia and Barceloneta, the vast majority of buildings date from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, so they don’t usually have an elevator, nor wide entrances and stairs are usually very narrow. Make sure before booking a stay that the building allows you to enter and leave comfortably with a baby stroller
Another thing to keep in mind is the noise. The city experiences a very pleasant climate throughout the year, for this reason, it is usual for people to make a lot of life in the street. So if you like tranquility, chose an accommodation carefully if you plan to stay in the center.
As for the neighborhoods, in recent years the city has grown exponentially and its neighborhoods, previously more defined by their particularities, have been merging homogeneously in a transversal and vertical manner. Still, each zone is characterized by a particular attraction. We highlight these districts and neighborhoods because they are the most popular and those that gather more services for tourists.