Do this because
Stroll around the one-of-a-kind Poble Espanyol built from the life-size reconstruction of 117 buildings throughout Spain
Discover different corners of Spain, from Galicia to Valencia, in one place
Explore a unique workshop-market where you can watch craftsmen pour love into their local products every day
Visit the Fran Daurel Museum and see the art of Picasso, Dalì, Mirò and more
Enjoy a wide range of bars and restaurants to discover the richness of Spanish cuisine
What to expect
Located within walking distance from the fountain of Montjuïc, Poble Espanyol is one of the most attractive sites in Barcelona for its unique setting, featuring contemporary art, architecture, traditional cuisine, crafts and shopping in a pleasant environment with no traffic, suitable for all family members.
Built in 1929 for the International Exhibition, it has become since a synthesis of the architectural and cultural richness of Spain, a real village with replicas of buildings from different regions in Spain. In addition, the exhibition focuses on the daily activity of more than 20 artisans who can be seen live while they make unique pieces of iron and leather, among many others.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit a new craft workshop: Potter's House. With 40 years of experience as a ceramics craftsman, Juan Manuel Becerra Jiménez has moved into a bright and spacious venue where you can see how he works with his hands and the lathe and only sells things he has made himself. In addition, Juan Manuel allows visitors to do quick 20-minute workshops to learn the craft of pottery first-hand and understand the surprising and interesting experience of making a ceramic piece with your own hands that you can take home.
Another appealing site in this exhibition is the Fran Daurel Museum, which houses around 300 works by leading figures of contemporary art as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró, Antoni Tàpies and Miquel Barceló.
Poble Espanyol integrates a complete audiovisual project, through which you delve into Spanish culture. Discover the cuisine, traditions and landscapes in the Feeling Spain areas and experience authentic celebrations with Fiesta, a 150-m2 facility with spectacular sights and sounds.
COVID-19 informationThe following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
Visitors are required to bring and wear masks
Access to the new Fiesta space
Access to the immersive audiovisual Feeling Spain spaces
Entrance to the Fran Daurel Contemporary Art Museum
Entrance to the Monastery and the Main Hall (not available if there are private events)
Access to shops, artisan workshops, gourmet establishments, and restaurants
Access to the new exhibition: "A photographic journey. The construction of Poble Espanyol"
What's not included
Paid parking nearby
Eat at restaurants
Poble Espanyol - Av Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, 08038 Barcelona
By metro: Espanya stop (line 1 and 3).
By bus: Poble Espanyol stop (lines 13, 23 and 150).
By bus turístic and Barcelona City Tour: Poble Espanyol stop.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.