Built in 1929 at the Universal Expo, it was a theme park that reproduced the iconic buildings throughout Spain, such as the entrance to the Alcala Castle and the streets of Andalusia. The square in the park is a collection of famous buildings in main squares all over Spain.
This "Spanish Village" in Barcelona is a typical "city village", built in 1929, the World Expo, is a concentrated version of Spanish culture, has become a must-see tourist attraction in Barcelona. The delicacy of the village is reflected in the details. Ceramics and glazed crafts are dazzling. On-site production and sales of glazed products have also become one of the highlights.
Located near the magic fountain, the Spanish village displays Spanish architecture, art, diet, crafts and folk customs in an all-round way. This large museum contains 117 buildings: streets, houses, parks, theatres, schools, restaurants and craftsmen's workshops, which make up a charming Iberian folk village. Arrival modes: Metro Line 1 or 3 to Espanya Station; Intercity Railway FGC to Espanya Station; Bus No. 13 or 150 to Poble Espanyol
Barcelona's Poble Espanyol is a good choice if you have limited travel time and want to see the essence of Spanish Architecture - "it brings together the most distinctive architectural forms from all over Spain. It was built for the 1929 World Expo. It integrates leisure, entertainment and catering. Children can learn easily and happily between games. Spanish villages often hold colorful family activities - "There are performances here every weekend, once a month to change the content of the performance; children can also change into "small craftsmen" to learn to make handicraft products with Spanish characteristics; there are also regular storytelling, street cruises, puppet shows and other activities suitable for children of all ages.
In fact, it's very common. There are some features in one or two houses. Whether they go too late or not feels inactive. The entrance was found only after a circle. The ticket was 7 euros. I went in and had a meal and came out. There are many people in the tour group.
An orange tree in front of a house in a Spanish village. Blue trees, green and orange, very harmonious color.
The Spanish village is at the foot of Mount Monconk, not far from the Spanish Square, and can take the subway. Spanish villages are actually folk villages, paid visits, with traditional Spanish architecture, handicraft, clothing stores, and Flamingo performances.
It is a collection of typical buildings in various well-known areas of Spain, with replicas of representative Spanish buildings, monuments, streets and squares. Various handicraft products, including glassware, wood products, clothing, jewelry and so on, are well received by tourists.