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A city in the city, Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) is a faithful full scale replica of all the most typical architectural landscape in Spain, filled with artisan workshops, art and food.
Poble Espanyol is one the oldest and most fascinating attractions in Barcelona. Located near the celebrated Magic Fountain, "Spanish Village" is a showcase of authentic villages created for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition, one of the most important events ever in the history of the city, with the aim of representing the whole country of Spain through 117 faithful replicas of its most notable buildings and surroundings.
In a single area of 49,000 sqm (527,500 sq ft), you’ll be able to enjoy the best architectural flavors of Spain, from Andalucia to Galicia, from Madrid to Aragón, from the Basque Country to the Balearic Islands, reproduced with the highest attention to detail and harmony with its surroundings. The village is enriched with authentic artisan workshops and restaurants to give the whole ambiance a special, lively feeling.
Enjoy a beautiful and interesting walk in the privileged ambiance of Montjuïc, admiring the different historical styles that compose the rich variety of Spanish culture. Take a peek at the active artisans leather makers or artisan glassblowing workshops. Explore sophisticated and valuable jewellery pieces, or consider aquiring some embroidery works, a truly lost art and a lifetime treasure! Let yourself be seduced by Flamenco-inspired haute-couture, next to the Spanish guitar makers, or enjoy the skillful art of engraving. You’ll bring home a memorable experience along with some really cool and unique gifts!
If you are a fan of contemporary art and sculpture, Poble Espanyol is just the right place. You can enjoy some of the finest avant-garde exhibits, also in the open air, with more than 300 works. We recommend the Fran Daurel Foundation, the Guinovart Space and the Sculpture Garden.
So, walk through the mighty walls of Ávila that surround Poble Espanyol and get lost in the experience!
Avinguda Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, 08038 Barcelona
Metro: L1 & L3, Espanya
Bus: Poble Espanyol, lines: 13, 23 and 150.
Monday from 9am to 8pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 9am to 12 midnight
Friday from 9am to 3am
Saturday from 9am to 4am
At the moment, the Village is not fully accessible for people with reduced mobility who use a wheelchair. They can nevertheless visit 70% of the Village.