How to See Barcelona with Kids
"[Our guide] was amazing! Before retiring, I was the principal of a private school in Washington, D.C., and I thought to myself that he is exactly the kind of teacher I would have jumped at the chance to hire...really an incredible experience."
Experience Barcelona as a Family
FAQ About the Barcelona Tour for Kids
A native of Barcelona, Biel has a degree in Art History from the University of Barcelona, where he wrote his thesis on Catalan artists. He is active in the Barcelona art scene, and as a Catalan, he has tremendous knowledge of the region's history and culture.
Originally from Australia, Suzanne has lived in Barcelona for nearly twenty years. With a background in fashion and a love of design and interiors, she quickly immersed herself in the city’s rich visual culture, writing for design and architecture magazines such as Wallpaper*, Dwell, Frame, Surface, and others. She currently works part time as a media consultant for a local communications agency specializing in design, art, and architecture.
Bernat is a native Catalan architect who specializes in the preservation and rehabilitation of old houses and buildings. He obtained his degree at the Barcelona School of Architecture and was an exchange student at the University of Texas. Possessing a deep understanding of architecture and the cultural forces that drive it, Bernat is a true native and lover of Barcelona and her built environment. He recently restored a 19th century textile factory built by Gustavino's Company in Vilassar de Dalt, and is now working on a project for a residential building in the historic center of Mataró.
Reviews can only be left by Context customers after they have completed a tour. For more information about our reviews, please see our FAQ.