Situated in one of the most emblematic areas of Barcelona, within walking distance from the Montjuïc Fountains, Poble Espanyol reveals the essence of Spanish culture where history meets culture and leisure through a pleasant and quiet open-air walk.
With the mission of representing the essence of life in the towns of Spain, Poble Espanyol boasts more than 100 full-scale architectural constructions, buildings, squares, and streets from various areas of the country spread out through its more than 40,000 m2 of outdoor enclosure.
Take a stroll around Poble Espanyol to discover a variety of restaurant offers with typical products of Spanish gastronomy, shops where you can buy local products, and audiovisual spaces representative of different peninsular areas. At the Fran Daurel Museum, you can admire works by great artists such as Miró, Picasso, Dalí, and many others under the same roof, plus a Sculpture Garden, a space where nature and art merge in one.
Poble Espanyol is also synonymous with craftsmanship, a sustainable, quality, local, and handmade art. Declared in 2003 as an Artisan Zone by the Generalitat of Catalonia, it is undoubtedly one of the best concentrations of crafts in Barcelona and the country, offering the possibility of buying or creating a unique, unrepeatable and personalized piece.