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Poble Espanyol

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Poble Espanyol

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Lloyd H wrote a review May 2020
Giudecca, Italy14 contributions9 helpful votes
Really good time walking around this mini village, learned lots and worth a visit. It’s very pretty and lots of different architectural styles of builds in Spain.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mayur S wrote a review Mar 2020
Mumbai, India918 contributions384 helpful votes
Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) is an open-air museum of 117 replicas of typical houses in Spain. See craftsmen in their traditional work, sample the local cuisine in restaurants and see related multimedia shows. It allows the visitor to experience the cultural diversity of the country spread over 50,000 square meters. Poble Espanyol was built for the 1929 World Fair in Barcelona. It was designed by Puig i Cadafalch. Since 2001, the Fran Daurel Museum of Contemporary Art has been part of Poble Espanyol. This open-air museum is built like an Iberian village with typical houses, small streets, a town hall, schools, shops and restaurants, even a monastery in a typical Mediterranean atmosphere. In the visitor reception area, there are 8 large interactive screens which inform visitors about Poble Espanyol. Another multimedia area permits visitors to experience 5 different regions of the country, typical landscapes, typical noises, typical scents. The multimedia project "Fiestas" - a 150 square meters area, where important cultural customs and festivals are presented – e.g. Semana Santa in Andalusia and the Castells, the human towers in Catalonia. Museum Fran Daurel has over 300 art works by Picasso, Salvador Dalí and Joan Miró. It also has a sculpture garden. Watch craftsmen in 20 traditional factories produce unique products every day, including leather goods, jewelery and guitars. During summer, events and concerts take place in the evenings and on weekends. Open daily - Mon, 0900-2000 hrs; Tue – Thurs, Sun, 0900-2400 hrs; Fri, 0900-0300; Sat, 0900-0400 hrs. 60 min Audio guide in English; available from 0900-1900 hrs; €3.50. A €20 deposit will be required. Nearest Metro stop - Espanya Station (Line 1, Line 3) and Bus stop - Poble Espanyol (Lines 13, 23, 150). Budget 2 hours to see.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Θεοδώρα Λτ wrote a review Mar 2020
Athens, Greece219 contributions27 helpful votes
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It was a bit disappointing experience because a lot of the shops were closed for vacation. It wasn't mentioned on their website, you were only told when you got there. Most of the shops inside where closed so we missed half the experience because they are said to represent the whole atmosphere of the thing. As a compensation to that, you got the audio guide for free - however the audioguide isn't that expensive so the compensation wasn't of any importance. Now to the visit: It is a nice experience for everyone to see the architectural style of many places in spain. You also get to see a multimedia production about the history of the places in Spain which is helpful as well. Nothing other than that. If you do get to go, buy the combined ticket for MNAC - it's worth the discount.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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rkap wrote a review Mar 2020
Boston, Massachusetts403 contributions27 helpful votes
This place was empty and depressing. Perhaps it’s due to COVID-19. Basically a knock off of Epcot. Skip it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Malav Shah wrote a review Mar 2020
Navi Mumbai, India27 contributions
Poble Espanyol is an attempt to recreate a "town" which has traditional elements from all major regions of Spain. Built in 1929 for an exposition, this museum of sorts consists of exhibitions, buildings, narrow alleys, restaurants with enough information about tradition and the area of Spain they represent. While it is open until 3 am with discounts for entries at night, try visiting a little earlier to ensure exhibitions and cafes are open for you to indulge. Not a must-do, but definitely worth visiting if one is in the area and has a couple of hours to spare.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from Poble E, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Poble Espanyol
Responded Mar 17, 2020
Dear malavshah6810, Thank you for your visit and for sharing your views. Best regards,
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