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.
Even though, it's worth a visit once you're exploring the hill.