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I did the blue trail with my nieces (10 and 8 years old) and we had a lot of fun. Some bridges are challenging and the staff is always watching and helping in every way they can. The pity is that the environment is very...More
Can I build a business here? Yes I can, however it will take timing and planning . Beautiful views of the sea. Traffic traffic traffic y'all. Traveling by moped or motorcycle is your best option in the warmer months. What a beautiful city it takes...More
We spent a great time in Barcelona Bosc Urba. Be ready to test your fitness in walking, climbing and experiencing hights. It is certainly a place to spend with kids, who are not too much excited of touring the churches. However we plan to do...More
My daughter(12) and I did the expert course in two hours. Was hard but both of us will never forget it. The course is excellent. Combines all the aspects of tree top trekking. Bring gloves if you have them because your hands to hurt a...More
a good place for children. They can practice their skills in height. It is ideal for groups. Despite being in the Forum, its location is not very well signposted, like access. There are several areas where we could park nearby.
Best place for kids. (Ages 10.5 and 8.5) they enjoyed very much and did the track twice!!
We tried to do the blue path but it was too scary for the little one... So he did the yellow path...
Very recommended activity for the family.
This is by far the coolest thing to do with kids in Barcelona apart from the beaches. An urban park in a former industrial building at the far end of the beaches.
We were equipped with climbing gear (dad, 13 year old boy and 7...More
Sent an email in advance asking for the best time to visit with my kids. Was recommended to come in the afternoon, so we came after 1PM. Apparently, they live by slacker time, as they told us it wasn't possible to do the route "in...More