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Poble Espanyol, Barcelona
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Explore Spain at Poble Espanyol, a museum that combines architecture, art, crafts, and food from different Spanish regions. Witness the architectural diversity of Spain as you stroll through the museum’s village, which consists of 117 full-scale buildings from different parts of the country. Discover Spain’s varied vegetation and agriculture in the village’s farmland and gardens. The many onsite delis, bars, and restaurants offer an array of Spanish delicacies for tasting. In the gallery, you can view contemporary art by Spanish artists, such as Picasso, Miró, and Dalí. Several souvenir shops sell Spanish handicrafts. Plan to see Poble Espanyol and other attractions that appeal to you using our Barcelona holiday planner.
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Siamo stati un paio d'ore in una bella giornata di sole, e devo dire che e' stato molto piacevole girare per questa piccola ricostruzione delle atmosfere di Spagna..piacevole girare tra i vicoli, piac... read more »We stayed a couple of hours on a beautiful sunny day, and I must say it was very pleasant turn for this small reconstruction of atmospheres of Spain ... Nice turn in the narrow streets, visit the many "shops" traditional, with particular mention to the glass furnace, where the blowers create of subjects very well made. Of course, from Italian, no wonder of artistic quality that also abound, but I like that in a place for tourists actually exist "real" things ... and then, we stopped to eat, and with real surprise, I was able to enjoy light and delicious fries, cheaply, and eating very well. Surprise not just. The place to eat, I found out later, that's what also serves as a kitchen for the attraction of Flamenco ... it's not on the main square but at the top, next to a printing house, next to a beautiful Alley with go blue flowers!show original
Wir waren abends um 18 Uhr dort und mussten noch 10 € Eintritt bezahlen. Es waren kaum (noch?) Besucher anzutreffen, viele Geschäfte und Restaurants waren (schon?) geschlossen, auch die angepriesenen ... read more »We were in the evening at 6: 00, there and had to pay an entrance fee €10. There were hardly any (yet?) Visitors to meet, many stores and restaurants were closed (already?), also the advertised various craft enterprises were no longer active. Disappointing overall so much to expensive entry!show original
non si puo' assolutamente andare a bc e non vedere il poble espanol...costo del biglietto euro 20 ma spendeteli, perché rimarrete affascinati da questa spagna in miniatura...all'interno negozi bar e r... read more »You can't go to bc and not see the poble espanol ... ticket costs euro 20 but spend it, because you will be fascinated by this miniature Spain ... inside shops bars and restaurants, the cheapest in town! and taste the oxtail!!! wonderful, I will come back again to bc only for poble!!!show original
This place is ok. Nothing super awesome to see here. If you purchase a ticket to visit this place, you get a discount for the Teleferic cable car ride to Montjuïc castle :) May be get the audio guides to learn a bit more about Spanish villages/architecture/history etc.
At first glance it doesn't appear much. Just some foody places. And not least because on the day we went, the monastery and main square were closed off. However we wandered around and witnessed some glass blowing and also found some artisan and other shops.in the end quite interesting.
Don't take it as an attraction because you cannot see many things. Take it more as a place with lots of restaurants and boutiques that they charge you 12 € / adult to enter. If you looking to visit don't step here, if you're willing to eat and pay and entrt fee then this is for you. ;)
Ticket is a bit expensive, there are few art museums and not much else to see. Most interesting thing was glass workshop where you can see artisans making glass ornaments
We were taking the tourist bus round Barcelona and this place was advertised on the commentary and as we were given a discount voucher we thought we would stop off here for a while! It is a large reconstruction site of buildings from various districts of Catalonia. Within these buildings are shops selling local products and cafes. The day we visited there was also a beer festival taking place! Also within the complex was an art gallery which included works by Picaso! The views from the site over looking Barcelona are amazing! You really need at least two hours here to look all round!
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