Poble Espanyol – The Spanish Village Tickets

Poble Espanyol – The Spanish Village Tickets

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Go for a walk through Spain and discover in only a few steps Andalusia, Madrid and the Basque Country in ‘El Poble Espanyol’, the Spanish Village.

Experience Spain´s architectural diversity in this unique open-air museum and enjoy typical cuisine, traditional crafts and culture.

Fast Facts

Skip the Line Tickets
Get fast-track access and don’t waste your time waiting in a queue.

Video Guide
Available in English, Catalan, Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, Hebrew and German
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About 70% of the museum is accessible by wheelchair and handrails have been fitted to make access easier for visitors with reduced mobility.


  • Open-air museum in the style of a typical Spanish village
  • 117 full-scale replications of buildings, exemplary for the architectural styles of the  different regions of Spain
  • Traditional workshops of arts and crafts
  • Modern art exhibition at the Fran Daurel Museum and sculpture garden with works by Picasso, Dalí and Joan Miró
  • Culinary specialties like traditionally produced cheeses, wine and olive oil

What to Expect

Take a break from Barcelona´s hustle and bustle on a stroll through the picturesque Poble Espanyol and walk by Galician townhouses, Catalan monasteries and through winding Andalusian alleyways.

Built for the International Exhibition in 1929, the Spanish village reproduces the different architectural styles of fifteen regions of Spain and recreates an Iberian village with the typical central square and city hall, narrow streets and charming archways. Covering an area of 49,000 m² and situated at the foot of Montjuïc, the village became so popular during the International Exhibition, that it was conserved even after the event closed its doors and attracts today more than 1 million visitors every year.

‘El Poble Espanyol’ is a living museum with more than 20 workshops, where jewellery, musical instruments and toys are manufactured following traditional methods, and a popular venue for concerts, gastronomical festivals and craft workshops. The on-site theatre gives performances for children every Sunday and even modern art has found its place here in the Fran Daurel museum and sculpture garden. And what would a trip through Spain be without its culinary specialties? So try some homemade cheeses and bread, traditionally produced wine and olive oil or enjoy Spanish cooking in one of the many restaurants and cafés.


  • Mobile tickets
  • Skip the line tickets
  • Access to Fran Daurel Museum of Contemporary Art and sculpture garden

Additional Information

  • *Temporary schedule
    • Thursday 17:00 - 00:00
    • Friday 12:00 - 00:00
    • Saturday 10:00 - 00:00
    • Sunday 10:00 - 00:00
  • Opening hours (Check temporary schedule*):
  • Monday from 9 am to 8 pm
    Tuesday to Thursday and Sunday from 9 am to 12 midnight
    Friday from 9 am to 3 am
    Saturday from 9 am to 4 am
  • The museum opens 365 days a year (24 December 9am to 8pm, 25 December 9am to 2pm, 1 January 1pm to 8pm, from 8 January to 4 February 9am to 8pm)
  • Fran Daurel Museum:
    Monday 10am to 6:30pm
    Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 7pm
    June to September: daily 11am to 8pm
    (December 25 and 26 and January 1 closed)
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash
  • The tour with video guide takes about 60 minutes and is available in English, Catalan, Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, Hebrew and German.
  • Free Wi-Fi

How to get there

  • By bus lines 13, 23 and 150 to ‘Plaça Espanya’
  • By metro lines 1 and 3 to underground station ‘Plaça Espanya’
  • By Barcelona Tourist Bus and Barcelona City Tour to bus stop ‘Poble Espanyol’