From 8 to 11 December, Father Christmas will be opening his grotto to anyone wanting to meet him or deliver their letter to him in person. A Christmas market will also be held, a tió pooping Christmas log will be installed and there will be a magic show and workshops for children to learn how to make a Christmas tree and a seasonal greetings card. Performances of ‘living’ nativity scenes will also be offered (by the Martorelles group on 10 December and the Sant Feliu de Llobregat group on 11 December). All this, accompanied by a variety of entertainment over the four days and with Poble Espanyol decorated specially for the occasion.
From 23 December to 5 January, Poble Espanyol will continue to offer Christmas activities for all the family. Children will be able to deliver their letters to the Three Kings and there will be a children’s play area with a magic tree for toddlers to leave their dummies behind. Workshops on dance, music and magic will also be held.