THE POBLE ESPANYOL

Poble Espanyol by Bed & Brekafast in Barcelona
The Poble Espanyol, or Spanish Village, was built in 1929 for Barcelona’s International Exhibition as a pavilion dedicated to art.
It is one of the few surviving landmarks from a world fair that is still open as a visitor attraction.

The Poble Espanyol is an open-air architecture museum and features replicas of 117 buildings, streets and squares from around Spain. Declarated an Area of Craft Interest, it is home to 40 crafts worshops where you can see artworks being created in situ.

The Poble Espanyol is also home to the Fran Daurel Collection, the Sculpture Garden and a monumental sculpture by Josep Guinovart. It also has a wide range of shops and restaurants.
Poble Espanyol by Bed & Brekafast in BarcelonaThe Poble Espanyol is open:
Mon: 9:00hs to 20:00hs
Tues to Thu: 9:00hs to 2:00hs
Frid: 9:00hs to 4:00hs

Sat: 9:00hs to 5:00hs
Sun: 9:00hs to 00:00hs

The normal price is 8,90€, but they have disocunt for students, family, pensioners and childrens.
It is located in Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia 13, in the Montjuic.

Our Bed & Breakfast recomend to visit it. You will get a general vision about the spanish architectural.
Fuente: Barcelona turisme

About bedandbreakfastinbarcelona

ACCOMMODATION IN BARCELONA CITY CENTER, SPAIN Our Bed and Breakfasts are situated in the best area of the amazing city of Barcelona, close to most of the important touristic attractions. We aim to give you a relaxed stay in one of our Guest Houses by providing comfortable accommodation at an affordable price and cordial service. You'll find our Bed and Breakfasts in beautiful buildings of the Catalan modernistic style. Their beautiful interiors contribute to the warm and charming stay at our Bed and Breakfast, just what you need after a busy day of sightseeing. Each morning you will enjoy our delicious self-service breakfast buffet that will get you ready for a day full of activities. Whatever your purpose is to visit Barcelona, we will do our best to make your stay a pleasant one!
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