The castle of Montjuïc is one area that you cannot ignore. It is strongly recommended that you climb up the magical Montjuïc Mountain to start off your journey. From here you can go on to catch some magnificent views of the harbour of Barcelona. Do plan a roundabout view of this place and be part of continuous exhibition of this castle.
It has been part of numerous events which has gone on to reveal its personality. Coupled with the fact that the 1992 Olympics brought it with a sense of fame as well. You would need to take into consideration that this park is not all about sports, with nature being a vital clog in the wheel of this place. The gardens are situated adjacent to the Funicular, happens to be a perfect spot for a picnic or get together.
Situated at the forefront of Miramar avenue, which is situated at a diagonal distance to the Funicular, it is the home to the diving and water polo events of the Olympics and in the year 2003, it went on to become the subject of a music video as well. If one keeps on heading towards the west of the Miramar Avenue, around 400 metres ahead of the museum, which is dedicated to the one and only Catalan artist Joan Miro, where work from various stages of his life is presented.
Then you are likely to come across the Greek Theater gardens which were also incorporated for the 1929 international exhibition. It is one of the decorated parks in the region of Barcelona. On course of your visit do not miss a visit to the Olympic park, from where you can capture some great views. There are a lot of picnic areas for the family along with the children with a lot of things to do.
In fact most of the attractions of this place were formulated so that the 1929 International exhibition could be celebrated. It is assumed that before it went on to become a big park like that of today a Jewish cemetery was found somewhere near in the region of the mountain. No doubts, the fact that it went on to be named a “Jew mountain “in Catalan