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DO: Best with older kids (only 5s may climb the spindly towers), Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece and most famous work resembles a medieval spaceship.
DO: Kids adore Gaudí's wavy-fronted apartment block, especially its fairytale-like rooftop with its topsy turvy chimneypots – great for a game of hide and seek
DO: Ignore the displays – Picasso's ‘Guernica’ rendered in chocolate seemed a bit tasteless to us. Come instead for the fun chocolate-making workshops and cafe
PLAY: Home to the zoo and several great museums. Hit up the boating lake, the fountain with its water-spouting gilded dragons and spot the flying green parrots
EAT: Skip breakfast or lunch in favour of a paper cone bursting with Spanish doughnuts from this tiny, no-frills churros shop. Great dipped in hot chocolate.
EAT: a great place for child-friendly dining, with lots of tiny bars and restaurants offering tapas from their counters - just pull up a stool and point