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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. Book tickets to Poble Espanyol and experience a journey through the history of Spain.
Poble Espanyol boasts over 117 true-to-scale replicas of 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.
Witness over 20 skilled artisans practicing diverse crafts, including glass, leather, ceramics, and jewelry, all on display at Poble Espanyol. These craftsmen employ intricate techniques and premium materials to craft exquisite products available for purchase. Alternatively, consider participating in quick workshops, bespoke sessions, or comprehensive courses for an interactive experience.
Explore diverse dining experiences across Poble Espanyol. s. Indulge in tapas, wines, and homemade dishes served in bars and restaurants throughout the area. Don't miss:
Explore Poble Espanyol's vibrant contemporary art scene across three distinct spaces:
Shops: Daily: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
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Address: Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, Sants-Montjuïc, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
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).
By Train: Renfe and Rodalies ( Sants Estació Stop) or by Ferrocarriles Catalans FGC trains ( Espanya Station )
Poble Espanyol has a range of restaurants and cafes within its premises. Some popular ones include:
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Poble Espanyol is an open-air architectural museum located in Barcelona, Spain, featuring replicas of buildings from various regions of Spain. It offers a glimpse into the country's diverse architectural styles and cultural heritage.
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Poble Espanyol is located on Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain.
The Spanish architecture, the contemporary art and the handicrafts are some of the highlight attractions in Poble Espanyol.
Poble Espanyol is open on the following days: Monday: 10 AM - 8 PM, Tuesday - Sunday: 10 AM - 12 AM
Yes, definitely! Poble Espanyol is one of the landmark attractions in Barcelona and is a wonderful representation of Spanish culture and architecture.
It takes at least 4 hours to see explore all of Poble Espanyol's attractions.
Poble Espanyol was built for the 1929 International Exhibition.
Yes, dogs are allowed within the precinct, provided they are on leashes. It's a dog-friendly environment, allowing visitors to explore with their pets.
Yes, there is paid parking available nearby for visitors arriving by car. Additionally, public transportation options, including metro and buses, provide convenient access to Poble Espanyol.
Smoking is permitted outdoors in designated areas. Visitors are encouraged to respect the designated smoking zones for the comfort of others.
Yes, outdoor cycle parking is provided, allowing visitors to securely park their bicycles while exploring the precinct.
Absolutely! Poble Espanyol features numerous shops offering authentic Spanish handicrafts, souvenirs, and artworks, allowing visitors to take home a piece of Spain.