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Poble Espanyol

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Discover Poble Espanyol, also known as the "Spanish village," built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition and initially only built for the 6 months the exhibition lasted. 

Due to the great success of Poble Espanyol it is today the 4th most visited attraction in Barcelona. It was built in order to give an insight into the Spanish culture's richness and diversity. 

A small village measuring 49,000 m2 consisting of 117 buildings of Spanish architectural diversity and giving the visitors an experience of what it's like to walk around in a village with ample opportunity to view a wealth of Spanish handicraft-everything from textiles, ceramics, jewelry, paintings, sculptures and glass blowing


Opening hours: Monday from 9 am to 8 pm. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 9 to midnight. Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm.

Address: AV Francesc Ferrer I Guàrdia 13-Parc de Montjuïc of Barcelona

How to get there? 

  • Metro  Red Line (L1) or  Green Line (L3) to Plaza España 

From Plaza España take bus no. 13, 23 or 150 or if you have a ticket to the Barcelona Sightseeing Bus you can use that and jump off the Bus at Montjuïc.

If you want general  Travel Tips About Barcelona. What else to see in the city or where to eat then click the  link 

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