Barcelona’s Spanish Village — locally known as the Poble Espanyol — is widely considered among the city’s top five attractions. It offers a relaxing, peaceful environment where kids and adults alike can see what makes Spain so special.
Very nice to see the old villages and hear about the history with the optional video guide. very helpful girl at the entrance. easy to get there by at least 3 buses and the metro to the buses.
OK but not highly recommended. Worth going and you might find some good thing to buy. Video guide is a heavy Samsung tablet - way too heavy to bring.
Very average place. Only for eating and souvenirs. The internal representation is nice but nothing like how it is advertised. Will not recommend.
A little interesting, but the guided audio tour is worthless. Most of the shops where not open and there were relatively few people, probably because it was a Monday and many nearby attractions are closed on that day.
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