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Travelling to Spain with a 14 yr old son

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We have 8 days break end of October and want to my son to start visiting Europe. We are living in London for 1 mo now, first European country to know.
We decided to visit Spain first.
He is fussy about everything. Doesn't like museums, doesnt like walking a lot. But if we don't push it will never happen and we also don't want to stay home on the break.
We chose Spain bc he enjoys Spanish and we feel it will empower him. But we cannot travel visiting castles and cathedrals...it has to be more fun for him.
Also, the less he hops around the better it is for him.
We thought Barcelona, but am a bit overwhelmed of how to make this work.
We dont like touristy places, unless it's a fabulous location...
Visiting the Statue of Liberty, as an example, was not our thing...even though it is impressive...we saw it from far...
Thanks.

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