Poble Espanyol, an architectural museum in Barcelona is built in the early 19th century for the purpose of the 1929 International Exhibition and offered its visitors a chance to have a look at various types of architecture throughout all of Spain. Poble Espanyol is just a few meters away from the Fountains of Montjuïc and included buildings inspired by towns like Aragon, Andalusion, the Basque Country, Castile, Extremadura and last but definitely not least of Catalonia.
With 117 different buildings, this open-air type of an architectural museum gives visitors of Barcelona the perfect destination to spend a morning or afternoon wandering about and exploring its many incredible and beautiful structures. There are now a total of around 20 shops, 5 schools, 17 bars and 2 discos to enjoy while visiting Poble Espanyol.
This is an excellent place to explore solo, with your significant other or with your entire family full of little ones. Children enjoy running around and being within a safe environment where the use of cars is completely absent.
Poble Espanyol in brief
|Place||Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia 13, 08038, Barcelona, Spain|
|Locally Known As||Spanish Village|
BUY your Ticket
|Adult – 12 Euro // Child – 7 Euro // Night Ticket – 7 Euro
HERE (Poble Espanyol Audio Tour and Ticket)
Did you know that Poble Espanyol was supposed to be demolished but due to increased popularity was kept all these years?