Poble Espanyol is a unique place for the celebration of your wedding day
This is an area of unique buildings, surrounded by nature and unbeatable views of Barcelona, and one that has been named a Site of Cultural and Architectural Heritage by the big city.
It is a distinctive place in which your guests won’t need to move far while you will all also enjoy the peace and quiet far from the hubbub of the city. Furthermore, our team of professionals can offer all kinds of services to ensure your day is truly unique.
Discover quality spaces where you can organise your wedding.
Built for the 1929 International Exhibition, Poble Espanyol was created from the desire to concentrate the soul of Spain in a single space. Today most of its constructions remain intact and are scale reproductions of buildings, squares and streets of different regions of Spain.
There are 4 different Event Spaces:
The largest and most emblematic space in the precinct adapts to any type of event and activity, whether by day or by night. A replica of the Castilian square of Riaza in Segovia, it’s ideal for large festivals, street parties, concerts, banquets, film shoots, etc. It’s one of Barcelona’s most exceptional open-air venues, but it can also be covered if necessary.
Valderrobres Town Hall
Undoubtedly one of the most surprising locations in Poble Espanyol and the most majestic and solemn. It’s made up of the Noble Hall, a reproduction of the Palace of the Autonomous Government of Valencia and by two Renaissance porches, replicated from Valderrobres Town Hall (Aragon). The hall is perfect for receptions, banquets, meetings, film shoots or presentations..
The Marquee and Picnic Area
Spacious, airy and versatile, the Marquee reliably performs several functions: banquet and conference hall, film or television set, catwalk, etc. Right next to the Marquee is the picnic area, an open-air space under large trees that shade the whole area. It’s an ideal area for informal events and also has a private entrance from the outside the precinct.
The Monastery of San Miguel
An example of Romanesque monastic architecture, it is made up of a conjunction of elements from different Catalan monasteries and surrounded by gardens with impressive views over Barcelona. It has a chapel, a cloister, a hall for banquets or meetings, a sculpture garden and an independent entrance that permits maximum exclusivity and privacy.