Located in one of the most emblematic areas of Barcelona and a few meters from the Fountains of Montjuïc and built on the occasion of the International Exhibition of 1929, the Poble Espanyol is a town in itself. It has replicas of 117 different buildings, all of them in real scale, and all of them from different Spanish communities. The Camino de Santiago, an Andalusian neighborhood, examples of classic Roman architecture ... All of them come together in an exceptional enclave located in the city of Barcelona.
The site, open 365 days a year and with a score of artisans who can see working live while creating unique pieces, also has the Feeling Spain area, with five different spaces so you can get to know some of the corners in depth most emblematic of the country. We also find here the Fran Daurel Museum, which has works by Picasso, Dalí or Miró.
The Poble Espanyol is also a unique place to enjoy live music from events such as the blues nights, the Be prog festival ! My Friend , or the visit of international artists like Nicky Jam or Lenny Kravitz.