Poble EspanyolCurrently Closed
- 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
Poble Espanyol - Review
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 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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Things to Know Before Visiting Poble Espanyol
13.81% 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
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Poble Espanyol, Barcelona Reviews
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.
It was disappointing. We felt like we paid to get inside a small shopping center that was Spanish themed. Most of the buildings are shops or restaurants and it didn't feel like it was worth the money. Beautiful and but not what was expected. However, it is worth a visit if you go during the day for a few hours. The show about Spanish festivals was very interesting.
This was my favourite place in Barcelona. We went immediately upon opening and we were the only ones there. This led to us getting to take some really beautiful photos and we enjoyed the scenery before the hustle and bustle. After more tourists came in, and the shops opened, it gave the place a lot of life and we enjoyed having lunch and a coffee there. The museum is really well laid out and really gives you the feeling of being in each different place. Reminded me a little of Epcot in Florida, with its world showcase exhibition. This is a really nice taste of different places in Spain.
Beautiful place, very good to see in your visit to Montjuic. It is a small Spanish town which mixes the most important regions in Spain, it has stores of the different places with traditional things and food, it has a nice view of the city and a big square in which different celebrations take place all over the year! Entrance is 7€ but it is worth it
It's a nice place and easy to reach to by train or bus. However €14 are too much for the entry fees, and it's more than what is mentioned on the website €6.3 as it is €7 for kids and €14 for adults. In brief it's an ok place but for such an entry fees I definitely would not pay €14 to go and visit again, especially when its mostly shops ( which are closed and nothing like the ads) and restaurants inside with very expensive menus. Not pleased..