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Top sights in Barcelona
The Poble Espanyol is a one-of-a-kind museum on Barcelona's famed Montjuic hill: made up of 117 buildings, the "museum" is actually a full-sized Iberian village. Filled with great spots to indulge in the local gastronomy, here are our recommendations!
Hidden away, this gem of a restaurant is absolutely worth seeking out. Tapes Tapas is one of those rare spots where you can enjoy exquisite tapas without breaking the bank.
The famous El Tablao de Carmen hosts some of the most amazing flamenco shows in Barcelona. Insider's tip: book a table downstairs, you'll have a much better view of the dancers!
Looking for a no-frills yet delicious traditional meal at a reasonable price? Then La Font de Prades is the place for you. The charming outside area is ideal for balmy evenings.
At the top of the village, there's a large and beautiful picnic area, offering an idyllic spot for families to enjoy an open-air meal in the shade of the pine trees.
Picnics are allowed throughout the village, so you can also enjoy a snack in one of the many picturesque squares, such as the large Plaza Mayor or the quaint Plaza de la Fuente.
Though a visit to the Poble Espanyol is delightful on any sunny day, it's especially worth it during the summer months thanks to the many outdoor concerts and events. The outdoor cinema is also open in the summer – the perfect cap to a day of walking and discovery.
Make sure to check out the 40 or so artisans throughout the village, many of whom will exhibit their craft for your enjoyment. The glass blower is particularly popular.
- When should I visit?
- Poble Espanyol opens at 9am, closing times vary by day of the week.
- Is it expensive?
- Adult tickets start at just 9,60 € and increase with package options and tours.
- Will I need a guide?
- A guide is not necessary, but a tour guide can enhance your experience with historical context.
- How to get there
- Take metro line 1 or 3 to Espanya, or bus 13, 23 or 150 to Poble Espanyol.
- Additional information
- Skates, scooters, balls and bicycles are not allowed in the village.
- You can go in and out of the village throughout the day, as long as you show your ticket at the door.
What people are saying about Poble Espanyol
The hop on hop off bus was a great way to see all over the city and get off at certain points. We did the whole tour first and stayed on for one circuit, then decided where we wanted to get off later. Having the commentary explain what everything was, was really helpful. The buses came every 10 -15 minutes so we never had to wait around for very long A really great way to see the city
This is an excellent way to see the city overall and decide what you want to go back and take your time seeing. There is some issues with the tour either being behind or ahead of the point of interest on some of the buses, and on one bus there was no information for some of the stops at all.
The bus is helpful if you want to get an overall view of the city, however the audio is not great (hard to hear clearly). If you cannot afford a private tour, or taking a taxi to the places you want to visit/see, then the bus is a good value.
Good routes, lots of stops, informative recorded guide. Reasonable value for money, although possibly cheaper if you buy at the time or via hotel rather than in advance?
Great way to get an overall view of barcelona. Useful to get you close to key places to visit. Staff on board very knowledgeable n helpful.