Poble Espanyol, Barcelona, Spain

Market squares, craft shops and reconstructed village streets, built in 1929 (©Yuri4U80/iStock/Thinkstock)

Poble Espanyol

The "Spanish Village" was built for the 1929 Universal Exhibition and is enjoyably kitsch, with an Andalucian market square, reconstructed village streets from all over Spain, and the Torres d’Avila, copied from the Castillian town. There are craft 
shops, restaurants and flamenco shows. Open daily; please check for times. Adult €12, conc €7.

Avinguda Francisco Ferrer Y Guardia 13
08038 Barcelona

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