Poble EspanyolCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain, 08038
- Timings: 09:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +34-935086300
- Fax: +1-935086333
- Ticket Price: 12 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Walking Area, Family And Kids, Architecture , Social, Arts, Museums
The Barcelona International Exhibition of 1929 has given the city some incredibly beautiful and permanent architectural landmarks to be reckoned with. Poble Espanyol is one of them.
The varied architectural styles and traditions of the whole of Spain have been brought together to this site to display both the variety and the similarities in all of them. The different regions of Spain all find homage in the 117 different replicas in this place. There are also many restaurants and shops inside the premise making it a favoured tourist spot.
- It is better to check for details, because the hours may vary slightly throughout the year.
- Many discounts are available for different people.
- Parking facility available.
- Video guides available in Catalan, Spanish, English, Italian, French, Russian, Hebrew and German.
- Night ticket (valid from 8:00 pm): 7.00€
- Child ticket (4 to 12): 7.00€
- Students: 9.50 Euros
- Retired (over 65): 8.40€
- Video guide: 4.50 Euros
- Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
- Duration: 60 minutes
- Metro Stop: Espanya, line 1 and line 3
- Ferrocarriles Catalanes FGC Station: Espanya
- Bus Stop: Poble Espanyol, Lines: 13 and 150
- Tourist Bus Stop: Poble Espanyol
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13.83% of people who visit Barcelona include Poble Espanyol in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
32.65% of people start their Poble Espanyol visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Poble Espanyol
89.21% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Poble Espanyol
This place is wonderful! Not over exaggerating, but we spent there almost 5 hours and loved every minute of it. It's open all year round as far as I understood, and honestly, the best time to visit is whenever there's as little people as possible. The staff was wonderful, super friendly and very understanding of my long-forgotten Spanish. And the concept of this park allow us have an imaginary travel all over Spain. 20/10 would recommend and go back again
The place was like miniature Spain. The best part of the tour was the 10 min multimedia show called SPAIN FIESTA. It got the colors, culture and vibrancy of Spain live for 10 mins. The shopping is also nice with good stuff and not very expensive. Very beautiful spots for the photo lovers. The staff are helpful and courteous. The audio guide is needed only if you want to spend more than 2 hours else you wont have time for it :). The only downside is the slightly highly priced entrance fee. And a special mention is needed for the efficient lockers and well maintained restrooms.
In my opinion maybe the most magnificent part of Barcelona. You can feel the spirit of Catalonia and Spain itself like nowhere else. You can learn a lot of the history of each part of Spain by many different and interesting ways. Interactive rooms, short films, architecture, way of living and so much more. Definitely must visit place. We had the chance to visit it at night time. Ticket is on half price, because there is only one or two shops (of MANY), one bar and one restaurant, which are still open at 9 p.m., but it’s still worth it, because only this way you can feel the magic, like you’re all by yourself, lost in some small old village somewhere in Spain and it is indescribable experiance! Definitely I will come back again at day time, when I have the chance to visit Barcelona again.
Some people will dismiss the Pueblo Espanol as commercial and kitsch. Something like Spain's own Disneyland. I am not one of those people. It's not my intention to understate the business aspect of the place. Yes, they are restaurants and shops focused on tourist trade, some aesthetically good, some less so. But there is so much more! For the traveller who only has the opportunity or the means to visit only Barcelona in Spain, the Pueblo provides him with an idea of the rest of the areas. Having been around in Spain, it seems to me that the representations are authentic enough. For me, it is worth the entrance money as it is fun and educative both for adults and children.
Not worth the 14€ for entry. Inside is mostly cafes and artisan shops selling souvenir trinkets. I thought it would be more like a heritage village with richer historical information available and maybe period piece actors. Maybe during off season they should reduce the ticket price. Also, ticket can be combined with MNAC but only at MNAC ticket office for some reason. I wish I had skipped this attraction, but other visitors seemed to be enjoying themselves.