Poble Espanyol is a museum that feels like an actual village. Built in 1929 for a world exhibition, it’s a life size replica of a Spanish town that features building styles from all regions of Spain. There are 117 buildings in total, and today these make up a beautiful cluster of restaurants and workshops that reflect the many diverse lifestyles, cuisines and cultures of traditional Spain.
Take a nice stroll through, have some tapas and peruse the Spanish arts and crafts shops.
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Poble espanol was not that impressive, best part was the presentation from the FIESTA corner. All the rest was average, if you really want to experience Spanish atmosphere, you should adventure on the small streets from gothic quarter or wander where the locals are.