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Poble Espanyol (Square)
Poble Espanyol, or Spanish Village, is a place full of charm where you can take a quiet, leisurely stroll through the streets and squares of an authentic Spanish village in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona. It is home to an entire wealth of traditional architecture, with styles from all over Spain being well represented. Today it is an active leisure attraction, packed with bars, shops, and craft workshops. Poble Espanyol is also a frequent venue for all kinds of events, parties, and concerts.
It was originally created for the 1929 World Exhibition in Barcelona and is made up of over 117 different buildings, streets, and plazas from all over Spain. In fact there's 4.9 hectares to explore!
Some examples of the buildings that you can find here include:
- Cangues d’Onís - Cangas de Onís
- El mirador - Sigüenza (Guadalajara)
- Puerta de San Vicente - Ávila
- Casa de los Celdrán - Murcia
- La Jana - La Jana (Castellón)
And what's more is that night you can enjoy various activities, from concerts, to night clubs and wine tasting.
- Opening times: Monday: 09:00 to 20:00, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 09:00 to 00:00, Friday: 09:00 to 03:00, Saturdays: 09:00 to 04:00
- Prices: Adult entry and audioguide: €11.00, Child entry (4 to 12 years) and audioguide: €6.25, Students and Seniors (>65 years): €7.40
- Address: Parque de Montjuïc, la Avinguda de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, Barcelona
- Official website: Official website of "Pueblo Español"
- Accommodation nearby:List of accommodation near Poble Espanyol