I think it is one of the most interesting places in Barcelona, nice location with great architecture, not to be missed.
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A majestic grand palace built in 1929 for the International Exhibition turned into a museum focused on 3 different periods: Medieval, Renaissance and Modern art. The 2 first periods were religious oriented in the fist 2 sections. Nicely done. The palace in itself is spectacular....More
This has to be one of the most beautiful buildings in the city. Walking down from Montjuic, it looms above the trees and when you arrive to see it in it's full splendour, it really is breathtaking. It is absolutely stunning with the late afternoon...More
We were lucky enough to have a free day on a day when it surprisingly rained in Barcelona and were able to visit late in the day so avoided crowds. It is a magnificent building with very modern additions inside. Plan on 2-3 hours and...More
Home of Nacional Museu D'Arte de Catalunya (MNAC). If you are not intending to visit the museum (you should) you can buy a rooftop ticket for 2€ to admire the view. Restaurant Oleum is on the second floor (seemed to be a tourist trap) and...More
Took a walk here from our hotel for sunset and was pleasantly surprised, sadly it was our last day but looks like the fountains would be amazing too!
I spent 6 hours in wonder throughout the place and beautiful surroundings! If you're plans don't include the palace, gardens and surroundings, it won't be complete without a visit here! You'll need at least 4 hours as you'll stroll and discover one area that will...More
I went in the late morning. It was top 5 on my list. It's a palace that has been converted into the Nacional Museu D'Arte de Catalunya. There are plenty of steps to walk up but a few escalators to help me along the way....More
Amazing museum absolutely jam packed full of art from medieval, renaissance to contemporary art. Lots of stuff to check out, however not as awe-inspiring as the big museums in Madrid