A beautiful destination to enjoy alongside the glowing Barcelona sunshine, the impressive location of Montjuic will leave you feeling peaceful and relaxed as you enjoy the numerous attractions on offer.
With fantastic views of the stunning Montjuic mountains and museums showcasing many of the best art collections in Barcelona, this serene location is definitely a necessity for culture lovers.
Translated as ‘the Hill of the Jews’ in medieval Catalan, this broad hill, which overlooks much of the city, is home to a wealth of historical heritage.
As the site for a World’s Fair in 1929, the hill became renowned as a meeting place for relaxing, entertaining and walking.
The fortress with its garrison and castle was the site for public executions and reveals a rich legacy never to be forgotten. Other surviving sites include the grand Palau Nacional, the Olympic Stadium, the decorated Fountains and an impressive staircase.
For further examples of Spanish architecture, the ancient Spanish village or Poble Espanyol displays a range of architectural styles on the western side of the hill.
A visit to this unique site will take visitors back to bygone times, whilst offering beautiful views of the harbour and city.
With a Barcelona Coaches tour you can easily enjoy the heights of Montjuïc, where fascinating buildings and captivating scenery make the walk well worth while.
Renowned for its impressive collection of Romanesque church paintings and Catalan art and design, the Museu Nacional is a must for art lovers.
Enter the stadium of the 1992 Olympic Games and take a step back in time through sporting history. This vibrant venue is a magnificent place to add to your city coach tour of Barcelona with Barcelona Coaches.
Breathe in the sea air and admire the boats bobbing up and down on the shimmering blue Mediterranean waters at Barcelona’s historical port.