Not many tourists seem to keen in visiting as I thought so in the rather quiet area of Barcelona, so it was pretty peaceful made it a nice place to walk during our visit. The pebbled pathways, the stairs, the shops, and everything are well-made. We enjoyed strolling around this village with its examples of various Spanish architecture, and the shops with regional produce - often handmade goods.
However, the entrance fee is a bit pricey for what has offers on a tight budget, not to mention the goods are overpriced yet tastefully.
After a couple of hours spent in Poble Espanyol, we took tube to La Rambla and explored even further. One block, to the other blocks. A pathway connected to another, another, and another. :p
Now we have reached the end of my stay in Barcelona, and the end of my updates on hotspots I have visited.
xo ♥ Shirnie ❥