This will forever be remembered wolrdwide, for the role it played in the Barcelona Olympic Games. Unforgettable!
Welcome to the park of water, lights and magic. The Montjuic Park is located in the outskirts of Barcelona, at the foothills of the mountain of the same name. This is just one of the many parks surrounding the mountain. This area hosted the International Expo in 1929 and, since then, has become a labyrinth of green spaces and pathways to get lost in. This area also welcomed the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992, transforming it into the city’s main recreational area for tourists and locals. It is also home to the Botanical Gardens, the Joan Brossa Gardens, the Petra Kelly Garden of aquatic flowers and the Migdia Park of desert vegetation, famous for their diverse flora. At the end of the route round Montjuic, you will find the old Greek theatre and the Joan Miro Foundation. Montjuic Mountain and its parks are under the watchful eye of the castle at its peak. This is an old watchtower, which, during the reign of Felipe IV, was used to warn citizens of possible pirate invasions in the city.