Poble Espanyol is once again transformed into a sort of Christmas theme park for kids of all ages. Kids can visit Santa Claus's house and personally hand him their wish list, and they can do the same with the Three Kings before Kings' Day on January 6. You can stroll through the Enchanged Christmas Forest and the Tió Forest (Log Forest where you'll find the traditional Catalan 'pooping log' in a giant size), hang your wishes from the Wishing Tree, and the little ones getting ready to let go of their dummies can hang them from the special dummy tree and feel like big kids.
Until Dec 29
If you're spending the Christmas and New Year season in Barcelona, you'll be thrilled to know the city cooks up plenty of things to do from the beginning of December until Kings' Day on January 6. You'll find seasonal concerts, art exhibitions, dressed-up buildings, sporting events, markets, and of course, parties. We've rounded up a heap of recommendations to keep you entertained and having fun through Christmas and into the New Year.
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