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Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol)
Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol)

Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol)

Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, Barcelona, Spain, 08038

The Basics

Visitors ambling through this open-air museum will find themselves one minute walking down a street characteristic of the Basque region; the next, standing before a home that feels lifted out of Andalucia. Choose between daytime or nighttime entrance, or save with a combo ticket with admission to the nearby Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, also on Montjüic. Poble Espanyol is also included on many Barcelona multi-attraction passes, along with other points of interest.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Poble Espanyol offers a cultural introduction to Spain that’s perfect for first-time visitors.

  • An audio guide is available in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Catalan, French, Italian, and German.

  • Free wifi is available throughout the grounds.

  • About 70 percent of the village is accessible to wheelchairs.

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How to Get There

While situated within walking distance of Barcelona’s Old City, you can save your legs a trip up the hill by taking the metro (Lines 1 or 3) to Espanya Station or taking buses 13, 23, or 150. The double-decker hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus also stops at the village entrance.

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When to Get There

The Spanish Village is open 365 days a year, though it can get busy in summer, Barcelona’s high season. Check the calendar before your trip for an up-to-date schedule of classes and workshops.

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Other Attractions on Montjüic

Montjüic is home to enough attractions to warrant a day or more of exploration. The hilly neighborhood his home to the colorful Magic Fountain, Caixa Forum, Joan Miró Foundation, Olympic Stadium, and the imposing Montjüic Castle.

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