Renowned for its impressive collection of Romanesque church paintings and Catalan art and design, the Museu Nacional is a must for art lovers.
Grandly situated at the top of Montjuic hill, the breathtaking museum is housed in the neo-baroque Palau Nacional, constructed for the International Exposition of 1929.
Today the museum is home to a mixture of Romanesque and modern art.
If you have an interest in history, you can enjoy one of the world’s best collections of Romanesque mural paintings. In contrast, work by Gaudi and Casas on display at the Museu Nacional is representative of Catalan Modernism.
Each year the museum hosts a wide range of temporary exhibitions, bringing a mixture of old and new artwork to be seen in addition to the usual collection.
Add the Museu Nacional to your Barcelona city coach tour and be captivated by the historic works of art, or step into the modernism of art nouveau.
Book with Barcelona Coaches and we can coordinate an English speaking tour guide to take you through the centuries of art before you return to the bus for a relaxing ride to your next destination.
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A trip to Barcelona would not be complete without a visit to the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s greatest masterpiece. The amazing Basilica, still to be completed, is a truly stunning piece of architecture.