The best playgrounds in Barcelona to enjoy with children


The Parc de l'Oreneta and its fabulous train

The lush vegetation along the train route of L'Oreneta

From 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Price of admission:

Children under 1 year: Free

How to get:

By public transport: Buses 60, 66, 130, V3 or stop at the Reina Elisenda FGC station and walk about 15 minutes.
Parc del Castell de l'Oreneta, Passatge de la Blada, s / n, 08017 Barcelona

From 11:15 to 13:30
Closed in August and Christmas parties

Price of admission:

Children: 1.5 euros

How to get:

Almeda de FFG stop (10 minutes walk. Urban buses L52, L82 and M12.

Park of Can Mercader, Cornellà

More information | The Parc de Can Mercader

The giant slides of Diagonal Mar Park

The giant slides of Diagonal Mar Park

If what your son wants are giant slides, this is the place. A few meters walk from the Shopping Center, is the Diagonal Mar Park that shelters these giants that are called Magic Mountain. You will see the children arrive cardboard to slide with more speed.

There are four different slides that provide different widths and speeds. They are all very wide and will allow the whole family to throw themselves at ease. A delight.


C Llull, 362, Barcelona

You can enter the Taulat Promenade where you will walk on a wooden bridge and on your left you will find the slides. If you enter Llull Street you must cross the park to the other side.

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The big slides of the Solidaritat park in Esplugues

The wonderful slides of the Parc de la Solidaritat in Esplugues

More slides? You're lucky. If you are in the northwestern part of the city, on the Ronda de Dalt, there is a green area known as the Parc de la Solidaritat. They are located in them togobanes the sea of ​​interesting on two levels and with an extensive descent ideal to catch good speeds.

On one side you will find other modern and more modest slides for younger children.


Parc de la Solidaritat, Esplugues

The Montjuic children's car circuit

Children's Park of Trànsit, Morpheu5 - Flickr

Do you have a small Aiton Sena at home? Just behind the Montjuic Castle the Children's Park of Trànsit. A real circuit with roads, traffic signs, dashed lines and everything necessary for your children to make their first serious steps in the world of driving with their own vehicle: be it a scooter, a bicycle or stroller.

The schedules are varied and unfortunately the website of the Urban Guard where they are detailed is not currently accessible.

You can alternate the day with a walk around the Castle of Montjuic and eat grilled meat in the always cozy Caseta del Migdia.


Castell de Montjuic, Barcelona

The labyrinth of Horta

The Parc del Laberint in Horta

Fancy submerging yourself in a classic maze with geometrically trimmed cypresses? The park of the labyrinth of Horta is the oldest of the parks of Barcelona.

It comprises a large green expanse where the labertino is the king and in which you will see a few families repeatedly trying to find the way out of this fun game.


Parc del Laberint d'Horta, Barcelona

The classic park of the Ciutadella

Main promenade of the Ciutadella overlooking the Arc de Triomf

La Ciudatella, formerly a shady place where bombs were catapulted over the Barceloneta neighborhood towards the sea, has been the green lung of the center of Barcelona for decades.

Inside you will find three different parks for children. In the north, a small square with slides dedicated to the little ones, in the southern part a somewhat larger park and in the center a sand park where children will have a scary time with varied games such as toy trucks, water buckets and trunks to jump.

You also have the opportunity to practice rowing in one of the classic boats of the lake with its resident ducks.


The Creueta del Coll Park

Parc de la Creueta del Coll (c)

Ideal for hot months, in the Creueta del Coll park you will find a natural pool Where to cool off with your family If you are tired of the guiris on the beach of Barcelona, ​​this is an ideal place to change your air and live a day of swimming with the neighbors and shake off the heat.

It also has large recreation areas for children.


The Turó de la Peira Park

The Turó de la Peira offers unparalleled views of Barcelona. Thanks to its location near the center, from its height you will get some of the best panoramic views of the city, maybe even better than those of its neighbor Parc Güell.

The Park, in addition to becoming a healthy family outing, has several recreational areas for children with slides,


The Güell Park

Views of Barcelona from the Parc Güell

The park by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí is probably the most photographed among tourists through social networks. While it is true that the monumental part for a few years is necessary to pay, there are many green areas to walk for free.

In them, in addition to enjoying a good family walk, you will find recreational parks with slides, pulleys to play with the sand and many other fun for the little ones.


The Parc de Can Solei and Cal Arnús in Badalona

Play area for children in Cal Arnús

Since the Parc de Can Solei and Cal Arnús joined, Badalona got one of the largest green lungs in the region. It means a good getaway not only to get to know the park but to stroll through the center of Badalona and visit the museum, its beach or its beautiful Rambla.

In the park you have a beautiful walk with well-kept gardens and in the area closest to the Canyadó neighborhood you will find a large playground where on more than one occasion families take advantage to celebrate birthdays or enjoy a vermouth while children They have fun for slides and other recreational games.