Take a pleasant, peaceful stroll through its streets and squares, admire its buildings and contemporary art collection, watch the craftsmen as they give shape to their works and don’t miss the audio-visual attractions. Explore the soul of a country!.
The Poble Espanyol has everything you need to get back to the life you enjoy the most: a large, and safe, open-air space covering an area of 40,000 m2. This unique Barcelona attraction opened more than 90 years ago
and provides a wonderful showcase of Spanish architecture featuring more than 100 buildings. You’ll also find the Fran Daurel Museum with its collection of contemporary art, multimedia displays of Spanish traditions, giant slides
, bars and restaurants with spacious terraces throughout the grounds, where you can have drink and a snack, lunch and dinner, as well as streets and squares which are the perfect place for a pleasant stroll, and cultural and leisure pursuits for everyone:
- Live music at different venues: rock, pop, rhumba, blues, jazz and DJ sessions.
- Experience the Catalan tradition of a Vermut Musical and enjoy a pre-lunch drink and snack while you listen to live music.
- Family activities: there’s an additional cost of 2€ to 12 € per person for theatre, music and circus entertainments (not included with the admission price).
- Craft workshops.
- Treasure hunts.
All the necessary safety measures the current situation requires are in place and visitor numbers will be limited.
It's time toget back to some kind of normality... Enjoy life, come to the Poble Espanyol!The Christmas spirit comes to Poble Espanyol this December!
The venue will be specially decorated for the occasion and there will be special Christmas activities from 4th to 8th, 11th and 12th, and 18th to 5th January: Santa and the Three Kings’ grotto, the magical world of Tió, a 7-m Christmas tree, craft workshops, an acrobatic shows, and much more. What does your booking include?
- Admission to the Poble Espanyol, the Fran Daurel Museum, the Feeling Spain and Fiesta multimedia attractions and visits to workshops to see craftsmen and women at work.
Poble Espanyol Times
- Monday: from 10am to 8pm.
- Tuesday to Sunday: from 10am to midnight.
: 24/12, 25/12 and 31/12.Fran Daurel Museum Times
- Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm
: Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13 - Parc de Montjuïc of Barcelona. Metro: L1 and L3-Espanya or FGC (Catalan railways) -Espanya + Bus: 59, 120, D20, H14 and V13.
- Children under 4 free.
- The on-line discount apply to admission for adults, childs, students and senior citizens (visitors aged 65 or over).
Customer services provider: EL POBLE ESPANYOL DE BARCELONA