It was in the year 1929, when the Poble Espanyol museum was built for the Barcelona International Exposition. The museum exhibits the culture and architecture of Spain. One can witness replicas of 117 buildings in Spain. Visit the famous Montjuic Hill & Poble Espanyol to have a fun-filled and memorable trip. The buildings in the museum represent different communities of Spain such as Castilla, Andalucia, Aragon, Cataluna, Galicia, Madrid, Navarra, Murcia and many more.
The replicated buildings in the museum include Calle Cuna, La Jana, Casa Son Berga, El Mirador, Casa Barreda, Torre de Utebo, Caserio Casa Arteche and many more.
Summer season is the best time to visit Montjuic Hill & Poble Espanyol because there are festivals and events for the tourists and locals. The Flamenco shows and gastronomic festivals are the highlight. The traveler would find artisans working within the village and creating masks, leather, jewellery and Spanish guitar. It is a great place to visit at night as there many bars, restaurants and discos. The place comes alive at night. The museum is open till late hours of the night except on Mondays. The best time to visit Montjuic Hill & Poble Espanyol is during the weekend.
The museum is ideal for families, couples and group of friends. There are many rides for kids and interesting structures to view for elders. Enjoy the Spanish cuisine at the cafes and restaurants. The port cable car at Montjuic Hill allows visitors to view the seaport. It is the fastest way to reach the hill as well. When in Barcelona, one must visit Montjuic Hill to get a 360-degree view of the city. Restrooms and snack bars are available here.
The traveller is missing the best of Barcelona if they do not visit Montjuic Hill & Pablo Espanyol. Make a wise decision and visit both the places. The two spots are the most famous and tourists from all over the world visit them to have a memorable trip.