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Christmas at Poble Espanyol

  • Things to do, Markets and fairs
  1. Nadal al Poble Espanyol
    © A. CreusNadal al Poble Espanyol
  2. Nadal al Poble Espanyol
    © Ariadna CreusNadal al Poble Espanyol

Time Out says

Poble Espanyol is once again transformed into a sort of Christmas theme park for kids of all ages. This year the festivities are divided into two sets of dates: from December 6 to 9 especially for babies and toddlers, and from December 21 to 29 for older kids on break from school, though there's also plenty to do for adults, with activities such as painting with wine, vermouth workshops, and swing classes, as well as tastings. 

The two mini festivals will have a lot in common as well, so the whole family can find things to do together. Kids can visit Santa Claus's house and personally hand him their wish list, and they can do the same with the Three Kings before Kings' Day on January 6. You can stroll through the Enchanged Christmas Forest and the Tió Forest (Log Forest where you'll find the traditional Catalan 'pooping log' in a giant size), hang your wishes from the Wishing Tree, and kids getting ready to let go of their dummies can hang them from the special dummy tree and feel like big kids.

There will also be live music and a programme of films organised by Andorra Kids Film Festival, as well as a gastronomy market, and another where you can buy Christmas and Kings' Day gifts. Plus you can see the living nativity scenes from Martorelles on December 8, and the one from Sant Feliu de Llobregat on the 9th.


€6.50 residents of Catalonia. Non-residents admitted with purchase of entry to Poble Espanyol.
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