|The Spanish Village is an imitation of a similar park in Barcelona, older but larger, which includes himself a copy of the most characteristic of all the provinces of Spain monuments.|
It's a bit cheesy, but entertaining enough, because the park contains replicas of almost all of the typical streets of Andalusia, the Court of Myrtles in the Alhambra of Granada, the home of El Greco in Toledo, the Arab baths of Toledo, the great door Bisagra of Toledo, the Cristo de los Faroles in Cordoba, the Plaza Mayor of Salamanca, the Torre de Santa Caterina in Valencia, the ermita de San Antonio de la Florida in Madrid, houses of the Canary Islands. Most replicas are smaller than the originals, but more accurate than the reproductions of the Pueblo Español of Barcelona. During the summer, you can also see the craftsmen at work and folk performances.
Address: Carrer del Poble Espanyol 39
Access: take bus No. 5, 29 or 46 and get off at Avinguda Andrea Doria 41.
Summer hours (April to September): daily, from 9:00 to 19:00.
Winter hours (October to March): daily, from 9:00 to 18:00.
Entry fee: € 5.
Phone: 00 34 971 737 070