Poble Espanyol de Barcelona
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What you'll do
Explore every Spanish region at this immersive museum.
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- With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
- 117 authentic recreations of Spanish buildings to explore.
- 300 works of art by Picasso, Dali, and more.
- Shops, restaurants, and boutiques to browse.
Located in the heart of Montjuïc, within walking distance of the iconic fountain, is Poble Espanyol – an open-air, architectural museum that recreates the soul of Spanish culture, art and cuisine.
Here you'll find recreations of 117 buildings, streets, and squares from around Spain. Stroll through a typical Andalusian neighborhood, a Romanesque monastery, and many more buildings and museums.
You'll also find plenty of immersive installations and art displays. Discover the landscapes and traditions of Spain, get a feel for the popular festivals, and browse over 300 pieces of contemporary art including work by Picasso, Miró, and Dalí. Poble Espanol is also a great place for picking up souvenirs, with over 20 expert craftsmen working onsite and producing everything from glass and leather to jewelry and guitars.
Poble Espanyol highlights
Fiesta - a 150m2 audio-visual installation space. You can experience the most authentic and traditional celebrations here, such as La Tomatina, San Fermines, and more. Learn more about Spanish culture.
Architectural Museum - this incredible replica village will give you a real sense of Spanish architectural history. It was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition, with the aim of creating an ‘ideal model’ of an Iberian village and bringing together all of the defining characteristics of the peninsular villages.
Fran Daurel Museum - if you're a fan of contemporary art, the Fran Daurel Museum is a must-do on your visit to Poble Espanol. It showcases over 300 different works of art by world-famous artists including Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Tàpies, Barceló, and Chillida, in all mediums, from paintings and sculptures to drawings and ceramics.
Poble Espanyol facts
- The Architectural Museum is the fourth most popular attraction in Barcelona, after the Sagrada Familia, The Aquarium and the Museum FC Barcelona.
- A Barcelona variant of paella is fideuà, which is with thin noodles instead of rice.
- The Sculpture Garden in Poble Espanyol contains 36 sculptures by 27 different artists covering 3000m².
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Know before you go
For more information visit the Poble Espanyol de Barcelona website.
Where you'll be
Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, null, Barcelona, ES
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