If you want to know more about Spain, you sould visit The Poble Espanyol, or Spanish Village. Is an open-air museum comprising full-scale replicas of 117 buildings from different parts of Spain
The village focuses on traditional craft- making, with artisans at work creating glass, paintings, ceramics, embroidery and other handmade items in dozens of workshops onsite.
For kids there is plenty of car-free space to explore and children’s actvities and shows are organised. If you reserve at one of the restaurants inside Poble Espanyol, and arrive within one hour of your booking time, you will have free entry to the village.
Avoid visiting on Sundays when many of the shops and cafes are closed.
Metro: Pl. Espanya L1 or L3 then bus (13, 50, 61 or Bus Montjuic or 10 min. uphill walk).
Info about opening times and prices by cliking here.