Montjuic offers many attractions, all in one place. You can reach the top of the hill by car, funicular or on foot. Once you're there, you can start visiting its attractions.
Montjuic is home to the Palau Nacional (National Palace) and the Olympic Stadium, built for the 1992 Olympics. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) is also an important attraction, remainder of the 1929 Exhibition. The village was actually supposed to be demolished after the Exhibition, but because it became such a popular destination, it was kept.
Montjuic Castle and Gardens are also worth visiting, as the caste is the oldest sight on Montjuic.
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