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Poble Espanyol's Best Picnic Spots and Restaurants

The Poble Espanyol is a one-of-a-kind museum on Barcelona's famed Montjuic hill: made up of 117 buildings, the "museum" is actually a full-sized Iberian village. Filled with great spots to indulge in the local gastronomy, here are our recommendations!

Tapes Tapas

Tapes Tapas

Hidden away, this gem of a restaurant is absolutely worth seeking out. Tapes Tapas is one of those rare spots where you can enjoy exquisite tapas without breaking the bank.

El Tablao de Carmen

El Tablao de Carmen

The famous El Tablao de Carmen hosts some of the most amazing flamenco shows in Barcelona. Insider's tip: book a table downstairs, you'll have a much better view of the dancers!

La Font de Prades

Looking for a no-frills yet delicious traditional meal at a reasonable price? Then La Font de Prades is the place for you. The charming outside area is ideal for balmy evenings.

Picnic Area

Picnic Area

At the top of the village, there's a large and beautiful picnic area, offering an idyllic spot for families to enjoy an open-air meal in the shade of the pine trees.

Picnic in the plaza

Picnic in the plaza

Picnics are allowed throughout the village, so you can also enjoy a snack in one of the many picturesque squares, such as the large Plaza Mayor or the quaint Plaza de la Fuente.

Our insider tips

Best period to visit

Though a visit to the Poble Espanyol is delightful on any sunny day, it's especially worth it during the summer months thanks to the many outdoor concerts and events. The outdoor cinema is also open in the summer – the perfect cap to a day of walking and discovery.

Artisans at work

Make sure to check out the 40 or so artisans throughout the village, many of whom will exhibit their craft for your enjoyment. The glass blower is particularly popular.

Good to know

  • When should I visit?
    Poble Espanyol opens at 9am, closing times vary by day of the week.
  • Is it expensive?
    Adult tickets start at just 9,60 € and increase with package options and tours.
  • Will I need a guide?
    A guide is not necessary, but a tour guide can enhance your experience with historical context.
  • How to get there
    Take metro line 1 or 3 to Espanya, or bus 13, 23 or 150 to Poble Espanyol.
  • Additional information

    • Skates, scooters, balls and bicycles are not allowed in the village.

    • You can go in and out of the village throughout the day, as long as you show your ticket at the door.

What people are saying about Poble Espanyol

Overall rating
4 / 5
based on 7,387 reviews

Really good value. But a few staff members are not too friendly

Excellent value. Overall really excellent. You can hop on and hop off which is great, so you can get to pack loads in. However you will need to start early to make the most of this. I did find a few staff members to be unfriendly however, especially on one bus where she kept everyone waiting and before we could get to seats with young children the bus drove off and one of my children fell. Otherwise is was excellent value for money. Also we did get off at the Marina and it took ages before a bus with enough seats arrived for us to start our journey again. But overall excellent value for money and stops at all of the main points.

Hop-On Hop-Off Barcelona City Tour 1 or 2 Day Reviewed by

Great visit via the cable car to Montjuïc

Would certainly recommend a visit to Montjuïc. Lovely ride to the top and then fantastic views from the castle. The grounds are beautiful and very well looked after. Booking on line was easy but there is no separate entrance for online bookings. The castle is very interesting and you can spend as long as you like just wandering around. Plenty of shade, except on top of the castle, and a cafe inside the castle and a place to buy drinks and ice creams in the grounds outside. A very good day.

Excellent value. Some staff could try being more friendly though!

Excellent value. Make sure you start early as there is so much to see. You can hop on and hop off which is excellent too. Some of the staff though were a little unfriendly. Also if you get off at the Marina and are in a large group then expect a long wait for a bus after as they are all full.

Hop-On Hop-Off Barcelona City Tour 1 or 2 Day Reviewed by

Able to see so much in such a short time.

Perfect way of getting to see Barcelona. Commentary educational. A great way to see Barcelona in such a short time. So relaxing also. Staff were so helpful and kept us updated about the protests when required.

Hop-On Hop-Off Barcelona City Tour 1 or 2 Day Reviewed by

The only way to enjoy getting to the top of the hill.

Easy on-line purchase, and then just wave your phone at the barrier. You could walk up to the top of the hill, but the views from the cable car are better and your legs will thank you.

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