Two architects and two artists spent almost two years travelling the length and breadth of the Spanish mainland to select the most representative features of each period and region for their Spanish village. Originally El Poble Espanyol was destined for demolition after Barcelona's World Exhibition but the village’s popularity secured its survival.|
Only a short walk from Placa d'Espanya, El Poble Espanyol is now an inhabited village, complete with town hall, market square, church and monastery, as well as shops, restaurants, a flamenco show and two nightclubs.
- One-day ticket for entry to El Poble Espanyol
- Audioguide available in English, French, Spanish, Catalan and Italian
El Poble Espanyol opening hours:
Monday: from 9 PM to 8 PMTuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sundays from 9 AM until midnightFriday: from 9 AM to 3 AMSaturdays: from 9 AM to 4 AM
How to get there:
From Placa d'Espanya (metro line 1 or 20) take bus 13 or 50 to El Poble Espanyol or alternatively walk 800 metres (0.5 miles) down Avenue Maria Cristina.
|After booking your activity, simply follow these 3 easy steps:|
1. Print your voucher; locate the voucher in your travel confirmation email or in the My Trips/My Itineraries link on the site.
2. Take all vouchers with you.
3. Follow the redemption instructions on your voucher; you must exchange one voucher per person.
How to exchange your voucher(s):
Please exchange your voucher(s) at the main entrance (Puerta de Avila) of the village; the full address will be printed on your voucher.
|Terms and conditions|
|Cancellations and Changes: This Activity can be changed or cancelled without penalty at any time prior to two days before the scheduled start of your trip. The scheduled start of your trip is defined as your hotel check-in date, your departure date of the originating flight, or the date of the Activity if the Activity was booked without a flight or a hotel.|