For those who like adventure tourism, enjoy time outdoors and admire the architectural beauties, visiting the ‘ ‘Poble Espanyol” will undoubtedly be an excellent choice thanks to all that it offers to visitors.
This town, which was built in 1929 to celebrate the prosperity and international expansion of the nation, is perfect for long hours of walking and socializing with local and foreign tourists.
There are about 110 buildings on display, plus we can shop in many stores and see the best handicrafts at the hands of real artists. Don’t worry about getting lost, as the entrance fee includes an audio guide.
The place is located at: Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13 – Parc de Montjuïc de Barcelona.