At the Poble Espanyol in Barcelona you will be able to enjoy three different and very interesting attractions at the same time. Poble Espanyol is a unique open-air architectural museum, a charming arts and  crafts mall and  an extraordinary place to have fun, because of its restaurants, bars and night clubs.

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Enjoy a whole day at Poble Espanyol.

The Poble Espanyol was built in 1929 as one of the main attractions of the Universal Exposition of Barcelona. The idea was to represent in the same space the peculiar characteristics of the Spanish people. Construction lasted a total of 13 months, during which more than 110 Spanish architectural spaces were recreated. Some of these spaces are public squares, buildings and emblematic streets.

The Poble Espanyol is located in Montjuic, Barcelona. The exact address is: Avenida de Francesc Ferrer i Guardia number 13. It is conveniently located, so public transport will get you there in minutes. The closest subway station is Plaza Espanya (L1 and L3); then you need to walk for about 15 minutes. Buses 13, 50 and 61, and the busturistic do stop right at the entrance of Poble Espanyol.  Visiting the Poble Espanyol takes a lot of walking, so consider taking the bus instead of the subway.

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Spain’s most charming corners, all in one place.

Currently, besides admiring the reproductions of Spain’s most important landmarks, Poble Espanyol is a must-see tourism spot in Barcelona due to the different workshops installed here. You will be able to admire and buy all kinds of crafts, from leather goods, glass and ceramics, to musical instruments, jewelry and toys.

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Admire the traditional making of different crafts at the workshops. Gustavo Máximo’s picture in flickr.

At the Poble Espanyol  you will also find more than 15 restaurants and two nightclubs, so you can spend a whole day walking the streets first, then taking a break to eat something and continue doing some shopping. After dark, enjoy some drinks at the nightclubs. There is also an extensive program of activities for children, so if you come with your family you will enjoy the Poble Espanyol as well.

Barcelona tourist info on the Poble Espanyol may be found on their website.  Poble Espanyol opens Monday through Friday at  9:00 am. Closing hour vary according to day and season. The entry fee is € 11 per adult and € 6.25 per child (4-12 years).

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