Travel virtually to Spain with these Barcelona puzzles
As the days in confinement go by, at home we start needing new ideas for things to do. Luckily our 4yo keeps us busy! But sometimes it’s great to have a quiet activity that allows us to be together, create something beautiful and stay focused (rather than listening to our minds in confinement-fear-mode).
And one great way to do that are… puzzles! How long since the last time you did one? Probably a while, isn’t it? Because unless it’s your go-to hobby, most people don’t usually have time for puzzles on their daily busy lives. Whereas now… there’s all the time in the world to get back to the little pleasures and fun challenges of life!
So today I’ve selected some cool puzzles themed around Barcelona, so you can play and stay connected with this city you really want to visit whenever this crazy situation is over. Have fun!
Cool Barcelona puzzles for you:
Let's start with the easy ones...
If you are looking for something that looks cool hanging in your house walls, this 60-piece puzzle with city names is the way to go (also available in other amounts of pieces).
And this “We are going to Barcelona” 15-piece puzzle is also supercute and great for the youngest ones. Or you might want to start your child with basic Spanish with this Muchas Gracias puzzle (60 pieces and up).
If you are planning a family trip to Spain, you’ll want to get your little ones engaged by getting familiar with this cool 300-pieces map of Spain puzzle for kids (also available in 60 and 1000 pieces).
500+ piece puzzles
If nothing scares you and you have the patience of the Dalai Lama… 1000 piece puzzles should be your thing! This Sagrada Familia puzzle that shows the church reflected on the water pond in front of it is gorgeous.
The complexity of this other puzzle of Park Guell mosaics can make your brain explode – approach with caution but enjoy the kaleidoscope-like result! And this cartoonish drawing of the top city sites is just cool.
The 3D puzzle options are somehow limited, but not less exciting! I’m in love with this 3D reproduction of famous Gaudi sites including Park Guell, Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila and Casa Batllo. And I’ll look great as home decoration!
I also found a Sagrada Familia paper model: an easy one by National Geografic. Fans of Casa Batllo will also see their creativity fulfilled. And if you have soccer-loving kids… Challenge them to build this cool FC Barcelona Stadium 3D puzzle!
AND BONUS! An educational Barcelona puzzle for committed travel planners:
One of the hardest things to figure out when you plan your trip is the distances and layout of a city you’ve never been to before. This cool 4D Barcelona puzzle gets you familiar with the city map and the location of the top sites, but that’s not all!
You get to do it following a historical timeline organized in layers from the Middle Ages in 1117 all the way to our times – you miss the Roman foundations of the city, though! It’s a wonderful way to understand how Barcelona has grown through the centuries! Is there a better way to prepare your trip? Get it on Amazon.
What is your favorite Barcelona puzzle?
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