Poble Espanyol (literally, “Spanish Village”) is an open-air museum located in Palma, in the district of Son Espanyolet. It houses a large collection of reproductions: houses, palaces, churches, fortresses and other monuments as well as architectural details typical of the different Spanish autonomous regions.
It was inaugurated in the 60s (20th century). It represents and recalls the most characteristic and famous elements of the urban architecture in the Hispanic geography. It is a walk through the old Spanish architecture, from the Muslim period until today.
Here, you can enjoy demonstrations of folk traditions from different Spanish villages, as well as regional craftworks and gastronomic exhibitions. At Poble Espanyol you can contemplate typical monuments, bars and restaurants of different regions, which have been done to scale, and walk through the amazing replicas of the streets and squares of Seville, Granada, Toledo... All reproductions resemble the originals very closely.
Three worthwhile visiting places are: the Hermitage of Saint Anthony, the Court of the Myrtles in the Alhambra and Greco’s house in Toledo.
Moreover, at the Spanish Village you can also see how the craftspeople work for the enjoyment of the visitors. The Poble Espanyol is the perfect place to spend a nice evening with the youngest members of your family.
The Poble Espanyol includes a Convention Bureau and Mallorca’s Congress Centre, where you can host events, congresses, conventions, courses, meetings, etc.
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