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What is Poble Espanyol

With a singular mission of concentrating the soul and essence of Spain in a single space, Poble Espanyol was built for the 1929 International Exhibition. Decades later, a majority of its construction remains intact and presents scale reproductions of buildings, squares and streets of different regions of Spain. Now transformed into an enchanting open-air architectural museum, Poble Espanyol is a journey through the history of Spain and definitely something you should experience!

COVID-19 Safety Measures at Poble Espanyol

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Poble Espanyol has safety measures in place to ensure visitors and staff remain healthy and protected. You can book your Poble Espanyol tickets today without worrying about your safety!

  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
  • Visitors are required to bring and wear a mask

Why Visit Poble Espanyol

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  • It has 117 full-scale buildings replicated from different places in the Iberian Peninsula.
  • Discover not only buildings, but also artisans that you can watch live as they work.
  • View pieces of contemporary art by universal figures like Dalí, Picasso, Miró o Guinovart.
  • The ‘Feeling Spain’ audiovisual installations that take you on a virtual journey through the geography and the most authentic traditions of Spanish culture.
  • A variety of programs, events, workshops, shops, bars and restaurants.

Your Poble Espanyol Ticket Explained

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  • Your Poble Espanyol admission tickets grants you access to all the attractions situated within it.
  • Explore this open-air museum that resembles an actual village with replicas of 117 buildings from different Spanish regions.
  • Visit the original village in the heart of Barcelona that displays the craftsmanship of Spanish culture.
  • Get a mobile ticket along with an instant confirmation and 5% cashback. 

Discounted tickets: Children aged between 3 and 12 enjoy reduced ticket prices.

Best Way to Buy Poble Espanyol Tickets? Book Online

Book your tickets to Poble Espanyol online to ensure an easy, hassle-free experience. Booking your tickets online offers further benefits like:

  • A chance to save big with our great deals and discounts. 
  • Booking online ensures you don’t waste time standing in long queues.
  • Customer support is available 24/7 to ensure you have a hassle-free travel experience.

Poble Espanyol Highlights

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Spanish Architecture

  • Poble Espanyol is a unique town constructed to the scale of 117 buildings from various regions of Spain. 
  • Poble Espanyol’s constructions are organised into four large geographical areas: Mediterranean, South, Centre and North.
  • You will get a chance to view the Peninsula’s variety of architectural heritage: from an Andalusian neighborhood to Catalan Romanesque monastic architecture.
  • Discover recreations of streets, buildings, landmark sites and museums.
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Spanish Culture

  • Immerse yourself in the true essence of Spanish culture at Poble Espanyol when their unique and interactive cultural exhibits.
  • Fiesta Space: This is a multimedia facility that allows visitors to experience all the festivals of Spain first-hand. From festivals like San Fermin to La Patum to the Tomatina festival and the Jaleo festival, this experience combines spectacular audio visual elements for an unforgettable cultural journey.  
  • Feeling Spain: This exhibit opened in April 2017 and includes five immersive audiovisual capsules that perfectly capture the diversity and wealth of Spain which you can experience with five of your senses.
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Handicrafts in Barcelona

  • Watch over 20 artisans practice their craft right in front of you. Glass, leather, ceramics and jewelry, the artists at Poble Espanyol dabble in everything!
  • The craftsmen use a range of intricate techniques and high-quality materials to create premium products that you can purchase.
  • Purchase handicrafts that encapsulate the charm and essence of Spain.
  • The textile handicrafts are especially famous and materials are created with the utmost care in every stitch. 
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Contemporary Art

  • Check out the best of contemporary art and artists at Poble Espanyol spread over three spaces.
  • Fran Daurel Museum: This museum has over 300 works of art by famous artists like Picasso, Dalí and Miró.
  • Guinovart Space: This space is dedicated to the artist Josep Guinovart (1927-2007) and one of his iconic sculptures. It is also home to many temporary exhibitions during the year.
  • Sculpture Garden: Witness 36 sculptures by 27 different contemporary artists using a range of techniques, styles and materials. 

Plan Your Visit to Poble Espanyol

Getting there
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Monday: 10 AM - 8 PM.

Tuesday - Sunday: 10 AM - 12 AM

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Address: Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain. 

Find it on a map.

By Metro: Stop at Plaça Espanya (L1 and L3) and then walk for about ten minutes. 

By Bus: Bus number 13, 23 and 150 stop just in front of the village (Poble Espanyol stop).

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Poble Espanyol has a range of restaurants and cafes within its premises. Some popular ones include:

Abrelatas: Try aperitifs and tapas at this tavern in the main square of Poble Espanyol.

Albí: This restaurant specialises in market Mediterranean cuisine with seasonal dishes and fresh produce.

Casa Massana: Try delicious Iberian cold meats and imported Italian pasta.

Freiduría Tío Pepe: This place specialises in all the varieties of pescaíto frito (fried whitebait).

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Interesting Facts About Poble Espanyol

  • Poble Espanyol was built for the 1929 World Fair in Barcelona.
  • Its blueprints were designed by Puig i Cadafalch who was a renowned architect known for leanings towards Modernism.
  • His plans were implemented by his students Francesc Folguera and Ramón Reventós who were assisted by the art critic Miquel Utrillo and the painter Xavier Nogués.
  • Together, they travelled through nearly 1,600 villages in Spain to make accurate notes and drawings that could capture the essence of Spanish architecture.
  • After the World Fair, Poble Espanyol was set to be demolished. However, it quickly grew in popularity and the demolition was successfully prevented.
  • Over the years, the Poble Espanyol suffered some damage but from the 1990s it has been restored again and is open to visitors. 

Visitor Tips

  • Buy your tickets online and in advance to avoid waiting in long queues.
  • All your need will be met with the onsite amenities that include over 12 restaurants, 22 shops, 40 craft workshops, 4 music bars and discos, a picnic area and taxi service outside the village.
  • If you’re traveling with children, check the activities tab on the official website to know the programs running on any given day.
  • If you are on a budget, remember that the restaurants inside Poble Espanyol are not pocket friendly. However, you are allowed to pack a picnic and spend time in the designated picnic area for a meal.

All Your Questions About Poble Espanyol Tickets Answered

Where can I buy Poble Espanyol tickets?

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Where can I buy cheap Poble Espanyol tickets?

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How much does it cost to get into the Poble Espanyol?

Poble Espanyol tickets start at €14.

Where is Poble Espanyol?

Poble Espanyol is located on Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain. 

What are the highlight attractions in Poble Espanyol?

The Spanish architecture, the contemporary art and the handicrafts are some of the highlight attractions in Poble Espanyol.

What are the opening hours of Poble Espanyol

Poble Espanyol is open on the following days: Monday: 10 AM - 8 PM, Tuesday - Sunday: 10 AM - 12 AM

Is Poble Espanyol safe to visit?

Yes Poble Espanyol has several COVID-19 safety measures in place to ensure a safe experience for all visitors.

Is Poble Espanyol worth visiting?

Yes, definitely! Poble Espanyol is one of the landmark attractions in Barcelona and is a wonderful representation of Spanish culture and architecture.

How long does it take to visit Poble Espanyol?

It takes at least 4 hours to see explore all of Poble Espanyol's attractions.

When was Poble Espanyol built?

Poble Espanyol was built for the 1929 International Exhibition.

Is Poble Espanyol free?

No, you need to purchase an admission ticket to enter and explore Poble Espanyol.