You’ll find “Plaça d'Espanya” at the begining of Montjuic hill. The two towers and the fountain are the gateway of Montjuic. In summer evenings the fountain is lit up with a colourful & musical show. From the hill you’ll enjoy a nice view over the city and there are also some spots, bars and restourants. One of the spots is Poble Espanyol which houses copies of chartaristics Spanish buildings.
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
Museo Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC) is an art museum in Barcelona which exhibits all types of art. From sculptures to fotography, painting and drawing. The MNAC’s mission in Barcelona is to reflect globally Catalan art from the roman times up until the mid 20th century.
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
This was built for the ´Olympic Summer Games 1936´ in 1929. But it was not possible as the civil war was coming. Many years later Barcelona hosted the ´Olympic Summer Games 1992¨ for which the stadium was renovated.
Torre de comunicacions de Montjuïc
The mission of the big white tower was sending the Olympic videos to show on television. The 136 metre high tower is located in the Olympic Park and it was designed to look like an athlete with the olimmpic torch. The position of the tower is also a sundail casting its shadow on the Europe Square.
Fundació Joan Miró
In this museum you’ll find almost all of Joan Miró’s art, but also art by other artists including Alexander Calder, Mark Rothko and Marcel Duchamp. The collection includes many paintings, drawings, sculptures and tapastries.
Restaurants & bars
You can dine at El Xalec (Avinguda de Miramar, 31) and enjoy some cocktails after at Mirablau bar (Calle Manuel Arnús, 2) with fantastic views over the city.