Montjuic

Montjuic is home to many of Barcelona's most famous attractions including many museums such as the the Fundacio Miro and the Museu Nacional d'Art, as well as The Magic Fountain and the Poble Espanyol.

Know Before You Go

Standing between the mouths of the Besòs and Llobregat Rivers at a height of 173 meters, Montjuic, also known as the “Mountain of the Jews” underwent a complete transformation for the 1929 Universal Exhibition. Headed by the French gardener Forestier alongside Nicolau Rubiói Tuduri, the slopes were turned into gardens and erected a number of large buildings. It is home to many museums such as the Fundació Miró , the Museu d'Arqueologia, the Museu Etnològic and the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya-MNAC as well as many of Barcelona’s famous attractions including The Magic Fountain and the Poble Espanyol. Of course you can’t forget to explore the Parc de Montjuic right below the top of the mountain!

Key Highlights

Although it is 173 meters high, Montjuic is home to many of Barcelona’s most famous attractions including many museums such as the the Fundació Miró and the Museu Nacional d'Art, as well as The Magic Fountain and the Poble Espanyol. Don’t forget to explore the Parc de Montjuic right below the top of the mountain.

Map : Montjuic

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