You will require 45 minutes at least. You may stay as long as you wish.
The opening hours of Poble Espanyol are as follows:
Monday: 9am to 8pm
Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday: 9am to 12am
Friday: 9am to 3am
Saturday: 9am to 4am
Same as the start point
Visit one of the biggest attractions in Spain, Poble Espanyol, a fascinating open-air architectural museum. Built in 1929, Poble Espanyol has showcased the architectural wonders of the country for decades.
Skip-the-line and get an easy access to discover an exclusive display of Spain’s architectural heritage through the outstanding full-scale replicas of 117 landmark buildings from all across the country. Take strolls in the plazas and streets between the structures inspired by Basque farmhouses, Mallorcan palaces and Moorish minarets. With all of the city’s landmarks in one site, Poble Espanyol is it’s very own ‘Miniature Spain’!
Poble Espanyol boasts many amazing craft workshops offering traditional and contemporary works ideal as souvenirs. Leather goods to embroidery and ceramics are sold on-site.From glass blowing to weaving, you’ll learn many different production techniques during displays by the craftsmen.
The many of bars and restaurants offer plentiful food options for hungry visitors. Admire the captivating collection of contemporary art by world-renowned artists such as Picasso, Miró and Dalí at Poble Espanyol and get involved in the many leisure and cultural activities on offer at the site.
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this ). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
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