The Poble Espanyol or Spanish Village is situated in the Montjuïc area of the city. Listed as the fourth most popular tourist attraction in Barcelona it incorporates all of the traditions of Spain in one place.
The architectural museum replicates full scale buildings from different parts of the Spanish peninsula. A wonderful open air museum which can be discovered while exploring the cobbled streets, ancient squares and gardens. One hundred and seventeen buildings from across Spain have all be reproduced and built to scale, and now it is renowned as having a real Spanish village atmosphere in the heart of the city.
It is not just about the architecture either, the Poble Espanyol showcases the diversity of Spain in its gastronomy too. A wide range of restaurants and bars will allow you to discover the regional culinary delights of the country.
In addition to this, the Poble Espanyol offers incredible craft shops, more than 30 craftsmen and women work in the village handmaking glasswork, leather, jewellery, ceramics and even Spanish guitars. You can watch them at work and even have items personalised and shipped back home for you.
Both Adults and Children will enjoy everything the Spanish Village has to offer.