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Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol) - a unique complex of 117 structures, copied from the actual buildings of different eras, which can be found in the ancient Spanish cities. Spanish Village was built for the World exhibition 1929 of the year, which was held in Barcelona. The main aim of creating an open-air museum of this - to introduce more people to the Spanish culture. Once inside, once you get to the main square Plaza Mayor, which are frequently organized fairs, Festivals and parties.

how to understand, in which region do you walk and find out details about each of the buildings? At the information point you will be provided with a free map in Russian and an audio guide for an additional 3.5 €. Andalusia attractions are on Arcos Street. Masterpieces of Navarre are waiting on the street Prince of Viana. Temples and houses of the Valencian Community located on Levante Street. You can see the whole of Spain for a few hours, without leaving Barcelona.

In one of his buildings is the Museum of Fran Daurel, which are the work of leading figures of Spanish contemporary art. Do not miss this gem among the Barcelona muzzev, access to which is included in the price of admission, where you can admire the works of Picasso, whether, Miro and other artists.

In addition to exploring the main attractions of the country, in the Spanish countryside, you can enjoy tapas and drink sangria, and admire the work of Masters, owning ancient craft. You can try to create a glass Optionally sculpin or crock. Souvenir shops in the territory of the Spanish village of pleasing variety and originality, All products are made by hand.

An adult ticket costs 12,60 €, baby 6,30 €

Address: Of. Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13
Metro station: Spain
Phone: +34 935 086 300
Working hours:

FROM 9 a.m. to 20-00, on Fridays and Saturdays until 2 night.


An adult ticket costs 12,60 €, baby 6,30 €

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Plaza Espanya (Plaza de España)

Other places in the area:
Nightclub Input
Las Arenas Shopping Centre
MNAC - National Museum of Catalan Art
The show "Singing fountains"
Spanish Village
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