Skip The Line: Poble Espanyol Entrance Ticket In Barcelona

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    Ticket only , 1/27/2022 - 11/30/2023Monday : 10:00 AM - 08:00 PMTuesday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 11:59 PM1/27/2022 - 11/30/2023Monday : 10:00 AM - 08:00 PMTuesday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 11:59 PM
  • Departure Details :
    Poble Espanyol, Barcelona
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Set on Montjuc Mountain and with excellent communications with the center of Barcelona, Poble espanyol is the only place in the city that allows you to discover the soul of Spain. Take a pleasant, peaceful stroll through its streets and squares, admire its buildings and contemporary art collection, watch the craftsmen as they give shape to their works and dont miss the brand new multimedia installations to get to know the Spanish culture and traditions. Explore the entire soul of a country.

Highlights

  • Excellent value for money
  • Ideal choice for families
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Know More about this tour

Built in for the International Exhibition of the same year, Poble Espanyol is a recreation of 117 real-life scale buildings representing different regions of Spain. As you wander through it, you will see Spains extensive and varied architectural heritage, from the Andalusian quarter to the Romanesque-style monasteries of Catalonia. You will also be able to watch craftsmen making glass, leather or jewels, among other products, as they shape unique pieces with their hands. This is what makes Poble espanyol a truly singular shopping center in Barcelona, open 365 days a year.

Step into Spanish culture through our new immersive installations. Discover the landscapes and traditions with Feeling Spain and feel the excitement of the popular festivals with Fiesta, an amazing multimedia experience.

You can also have the chance to admire the works of famous Spanish and universal artists. The Fran Daurel Museum houses works by Picasso, Dal and Mir and up to 300 works exhibited in the Sculptures Garden, a large area in which nature and art come together in harmony.

Inclusions

Skip the line

Access to the Sant Miquel Romanic Monastery

Access to Feeling Spain and Fiesta multimedia experiences

Access to the Contemporary Art Museum Fran Daurel (Mir, Picasso, Dal)

Big slides for children and adults

Watch over 20 crafts workshops

Entry/Admission - Poble Espanyol

Entry/Admission - Fran Daurel Foundation (Fundacio Fran Daurel)

Guaranteed to skip the lines

Exclusions

Food and drinks

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Infant seats available

Transportation is wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons

Traveler Reviews

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  • 01-Nov-2022

    The place is nice where you can find monuments already existing in Spain but at a smaller scale. The idea is nice. You can spend your day there. You can enjoy a meal , a coffee or even a drink.

  • 27-Oct-2022

    Despite being a bit apprehensive having read reviews before hand we were glad we came. It was lovely to stroll around and see a glimpse of what wider Spain looks and feels like. We enjoyed the little shops and even ate in a restaurant there too.

  • 25-Sep-2022

    De paseo por el Pueblo Español mientras hacíamos tiempo para cenar en un espectáculo, tranquilo y entretenido....aconsejo visitarlo.

  • 14-Sep-2022

    After paying €28 for myself and my partner to visit Poble Espanyol, we were expecting something really exciting and worth the money, however we were extremely disappointed to see only around a dozen shops open and others mostly vacant. After a very quick look around the few shops, we decided to make the most of the restaurants (at around 5pm), however were turned away at all restaurants as they advised they were closed (we were not advised of this on entry), so all in all a really disappointing visit, I wish we had looked at previous trip advisor reviews prior to our visit. I did visit Poble Espanyol in 2019 and although it was quiet, it has now dramatically declined. We did air our feedback to a member of staff however they were not interested in our feedback, their reply was that they offer nice buildings to look at!!!

  • 24-Aug-2022

    Is geen absolute aanrader als je Barcelona bezoekt. Is leuk om er eens door te wandelen , maar niet om ervoor te moeten betalen. Kom niet te vroeg want dan zijn niet alle winkeltjes open. We een mooi zicht van hieruit op Barcelona maar dat heb je op andere locatie sop de berg Montjuich ook.

  • 14-Jun-2022

    While the concept of a place to showcase the various regions of Spain is compelling (similar to California Adventure or Epcot), its execution is incomplete and cheesy. What you find, when visiting, is a few restaurants, a handful of stores/workshops where the artist is present working/selling his/her wares (and many stores that were not open or empty), colorful umbrellas created solely for taking photos, a surprisingly good modern art museum (with some Picasso, Miro and others) and a terrible 10 minute video/multimedia presentation of Spain’s festivals. There is also a church. There is a large plaza where it appeared they were setting up for a music concert but I have no idea for whom or when. A Jurassic themed area was advertised for children. I saw a family looking for it, I’m not sure what they found. At the entrance it appeared that there was a Star Wars related exhibit but I didn’t find it. Completely unclear how either Star Wars or Jurassic Park relate to the theme of the place in any case. The grounds are lovely. They have done a good job replicating some of the architecture around the country. The gardens and sculptures, the view of the city, is very nice. But save your money and do something else with your time. Don’t combine it with a visit to the wonderful National Museum of Catalan Art (which is what I did). Apparently this is a stop included in some tours - there was a group of French tourists eating lunch in some of the restaurants. Most people wandering around were looking for something interesting, something to see or do, but not finding much of anything. It’s a shame. Some of the vendor/artists are quite good but there isn’t enough of a crowd for them to sell much - and as I said, many of the shops were closed or vacant.

  • 30-May-2022

    Most of the stores were closed. Might be to early in the season yet, but the ticket price should then have been reduced. Expensive for the little we got too see

  • 30-May-2022

    Quel honte! Faire payer les gens pour avoir accès aux restaurants car tout le reste est fermé! On a vu une perruche, de l'architecture correct (rien de transcendent!) et des boutiques et musées fermés. Je me dis que 14E pour avoir une belle photo avec les parapluies de couleurs est cher payé! On a mangé sur place dans un restaurant excellent. Bon service et repas délicieux. Mais trop cher au vue des billets d'entrée pour accéder au resto. A déconseiller fortement. .

  • 03-May-2022

    When I read about the Spanish Village my expectations were high however when we arrived we were quite disappointed. The village was basically a fancy shopping area. There were nice cafes and there was live music playing but I thought it was a rip off paying an entrance fee to shop. The buildings looked nice and there was a 10 minute video about the different festivals, but still felt it was a wrong to charge an entrance fee.

  • 03-May-2022

    There werent so many people waiting and they werent sure how I had payed so they asked me to send the confirmation sheet I had received through email and it took a while to confirm that it had been really paid.

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