Hi all! The good weather is coming and Barcelona is one of the best places to be! You can go to the beach, you can visit the parks, you can have a drink outside in a nice “terraza” or you can enjoy just walking by, shopping or having an ice-cream admiring one of the Gaudí’s houses… but you can also go to Poble Espanyol in Plaza España and for a few Euros have a drink, admire the beautiful buildings and even buy some crafts, paintings or even a pair of earrings or a colourful candle!
This “village” with a surface of 49,000 m2 was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition as the pavilion dedicated to art. It is one of the few monuments built for an International Exhibition that can still be visited. It is a real model of a Spanish village containing all the main characteristics of our arquitecture in the 117 buildings all reproduced to scale.