I’m finally posting about the last half of our week in Spain. If you missed the first post, make sure to check out our kid-friendly tips for Madrid. Today, is going to be all about Barcelona! To catch you up, I found a great deal on plane tickets so we headed to Spain for a week over spring break. Greyson had never been outside the country, so the goal of the trip was just to let him have a cultural experience.
Picking up from the last post, we booked on Rail Europe and took the faster train from Madrid to Barcelona.
The train took just over three hours and was quite pleasant. We’d definitely recommend this if you are trying to get between the two cities.
Once we got to Barcelona, we took a taxi (they are everywhere) from the train station to our apartments.
We stayed at the Bas Apartments Barcelona. We had a two bedroom, one bath apartment that overlooked a small playground (which was PERFECT for Greyson) and was right around the corner from most of the sights. It was a really ideal location if you wanted to be in the older part of Barcelona. If these are things that you are looking for then I’d definitely recommend this apartment. We enjoyed our stay and the location.