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Nice for families

Nice architecture...it gives you an idea of the provinces of Spain. Great stores with authentic... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
jenniferaO2481JL
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san juan, Puerto Rico
Nice, for kids also

It is nice place, you can see lots of spain architecture in one place. Of course it is just copies... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
patjaniak
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Warsaw, Poland
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2 weeks ago
“Nice for families”
10 Jun 2018
“Nice, for kids also”
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice architecture...it gives you an idea of the provinces of Spain. Great stores with authentic merchandise....we had a delicious Paella. Purchase beautiful silk scarfs at Mantones y Mantillas....Montse, the owner was extremely nice!!

Thank jenniferaO2481JL
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

It is nice place, you can see lots of spain architecture in one place. Of course it is just copies, but it is good idea to compare it. Also there are lots of show inside (live too), but be carefoul, sometimes there are just private...More

Thank patjaniak
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Built for the world's fair in 1929, i think, wasn't meant to be permanent. Great, quaint shops and many restaurants. Introduces you to the several regions that make up spain.

Thank grace c
Reviewed 17 March 2018

This is a living history type of museum, but the living history consists of all the parts of Spain. The "village" is divided into the various regions with the architecture associated with that area as well as their local customs and culture. There is also...More

Thank Wing_anda_Prayer1210
Reviewed 12 February 2018 via mobile

Very nice excursion.for kids is recommended,no cars ,only footwalks.there is a greek cafeteria with delicious sweets and greek coffee.we saw live how they make glass into souvenirs. Cheap entrance,if you buy a ticket for Touristic bus you have 20% disc. We learn a lot about...More

Thank fay n
Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

In this mini Spanish village you will learn a lot about Spanish history, culture, heritage and architecture- especially if you take the audio guide- like we did. There are loads of boutiques selling crafts, jewellery, linen, glass, silver ,a leather workshop etc. Made in different...More

Thank Judy T
Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

You can get a general picture of Spain only visiting one place. During your visit you can watch films of Northern, Southern, Central and Mediterranean part of Spain. You'll find restaurants of typical food and gift shops. I think it worth the visit if you're...More

Thank Victor H
Reviewed 1 January 2018

Turist trap. Expensive. You have to pay to enter. You can go to shop or eat to better places like "La Rambla" and Barrio Gótico". Yo can also spend your time in Park Güell, la Sagrada Familia o Gaudi Houses.

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Reviewed 10 December 2017 via mobile

Under the guise of architectural enlightenment, you will be swamped by shops selling nik-naks and eating establishments selling pizza etc. Over the age of 5, it's a waste of time and money.

Thank Sebastian F
Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile

A complete waste of time, effort & money to go to see this place. Entrance fee of €14 per person was a rip off. I do not recommend for anyone to go

Thank calpe325
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