Towering above the city and facing the magnificent panorama of the sea, Montjuïc is exceptionally well located.
The 173-metre-high hill has become one of the most beautiful highlights of Barcelona. Its many gardens, sports facilities, and tourist attractions make it particularly popular with locals and visitors who come to admire the infinite charm of the place. The celebration of the 1992 Olympics has allowed it to endure over time and remain appreciated.
Visit the National Art Museum of Catalonia or the Miró Foundation, or stroll through the dozens of gardens, all designed around a unique feature. There are many lookouts with great views of the city and make sure to take the cable car or the Montjuïc Aeri Del Port and fly over the city for even more sensations.