Poble Espanyol, Barcelona
About Poble Espanyol, Barcelona
Poble Espanyol, Barcelona - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, 08038 Barcelona, Spain
Ticket Price: 12 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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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.
Poble Espanyol Information
- 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.
Poble Espanyol Ticket Prices
- 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
Poble Espanyol Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday to Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm
- Duration: 60 minutes
How To reach Poble Espanyol by Public Transport
- 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
Restaurants Near Poble Espanyol
- Boca Loco
- Tablao de Carmen
- Tapas Tapas
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One street leads to another from one region to the next, making you feel almost at home. You need to see it also at night to fully appreciate its beauty. It still has that sense of an unfinished piece of art, otherwise it would have been perfect.
Fun to walk, but the kids need to be bigger than mine. Oldest was 7 and he still did not have the patience to pay attention and understand the difference between the architectural styles. If your don't have the time to visit other parts of Spain, then it's worth to come here.
Great way to see a variety of architectural styles. Didn't do the AV tour but just enjoyed wandering around the streets and shipping in the various arts and crafts stores, getting a drink and just being there. Discount entry vouchers are widely available throughout the city. The central square was set up as a music venue (separate ticket) with temporary stage and pa. I can't think of a better place to see a band.
Not really a museum. Lovely reproduction of an old Catalan village, but with modern shops and restaurants. It has a very nice contemporary art museum and a sculpture garden, with good pieces (Dali, Picasso). It is very large with beautiful views of Barcelona.
Cost 15 euros to go in. There was an Mexican fiesta going on in the square. With street food, and Mexican clothes to buy. Enjoyed it allot. Great singing, dancing. Great atmosphere, but wouldn't have bothered going in otherwise.
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