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 c...
We spent a wonderful afternoon (it is opened late in the night) - beside the houses, narrow streets representing the majority of Spain regions, food, drink - what I consider to be very interesting are...
We visited this place in February so there weren't lot of tourists. Place is really amazing, speechless. Atmosphere is lovely, streets are beautiful. Tickets is a little bit expensive, we paid 14 euro...
El Poble Espanyol was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition as the pavilion dedicated to art. It is one of the few monuments that belonged to an International Exhibition that can still be visited. It was conceived as a real "village" in the middle of a city. The aim was to give an idea of what might be an "ideal model" of a Spanish village containing the main characteristics of all towns and villages in the peninsula. For this reason, 117 buildings, streets and squares were reproduced to scale.
Fran Daurel Foundation (Fundacio Fran Daurel)
Pavello Mies Van Der Rohe
Casa de Tapas Canota
"Western-style""TOP Star ☆"
Aparthotel BCN Montjuic
Crowne Plaza Barcelona - Fira Center, an Ihg Hotel