Montjuïc Park


New edition of the festival “Viu Montjuïc” on 7 and 8 October

28/09/2023 - 11:41

Culture and free time. The programme includes over sixty cultural and free-time activities run by more than forty facilities.

Barcelona prepares a tribute to Francisco Casavella and his novel 'El día del Watusi'

15/08/2023 - 10:00

On 15 October, the Castell de Montjuïc will host concerts, debates, theatrical monologues and there will also be literary and musical routes.

How to Access Montjuïc on FC Barcelona’s match days?

04/08/2023 - 12:26

Mobility and transport. There will be traffic restrictions around the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium.

More Romanesque art at MNAC

05/07/2023 - 14:17

Art. The Museum has begun work to incorporate fragments of mural paintings preserved until now in the reserve into the collections of Sant Climent de Taüll, Sant Pere de Burgal and Sant Joan de Boí.

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Park's services and facilities

Museums, gardens, tracks and pitches, a castle... Montjuïc has many points of interest and also services to help you discover them. Find it all on this map.

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    A park of parks

    The parks, the roads and the woods of Montjuïc are natural reserves in the city. The Biodiversity Atlas has 739 plant species identified in Montjuïc and the Poble-sec, and 288 tree species, including 24 specimens cataloged as trees of local interest. In the mountain 61 species of birds nest and you can finde 27 different species of butterflies. Identify them on this webpage and encourage yourself to discover them!


    Notable parks

    From forest spots to themed gardens. Enjoy them!

    Jardins de Mossèn Costa i Llobera

    Directly exposed to sea breezes, this port-facing side of the mountain is home to one of the most important collections of cacti and succulent plants in the world.

    Jardins de Joan Brossa

    What for over 30 years was Montjuïc Amusement Park is today a large green space covered with lush Mediterranean vegetation.

    Jardins de Mossèn Cinto Verdaguer

    On a gentle slope and offering great views of the city, these gardens are home to a combination of bulbous, rhyzome and aquatic plants that gives them an exceptional array of colours.

    Jardins de Joan Maragall

    Only the sound of singing birds and gushing water from ornamental fountains can be heard around the Palauet Albéniz.

    Jardins del Mirador de l'Alcalde

    A peaceful, bright and sunny space offering exceptional views of all of Barcelona.

    Parc del Mirador del Migdia

    Montjuïc's southern slope is full of paths for strolling along offering great views of the city and sunset, as well as a picnic area.

    Jardins de Laribal

    Besides the first public rose garden to be created in Barcelona, the Colla de l’Arròs, these gardens are home to an extremely rich variety of plants, along with waterfalls.

    Jardins del Teatre Grec

    Created as a rose garden, these gardens are one of the green spaces created for the International Exposition of 1929, including an amphitheatre built on an old quarry.

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    How to get to and around the park

    Metro, bus, funicular and cable car, as well as taxis and private vehicles, facilitate mobility through Montjuïc Park and provide access to all its gardens, services and cultural, sports and leisure facilities. Check which means of transport is right for you depending on the time and part of the mountain you wish to explore

    Find out about Montjuïc Park Council

    Since 2014, all public and private operators working on Montjuïc mountain have been holding Park Council meetings to coordinate lines of action. They monitor and ensure fulfilment of the goals stipulated in the Montjuïc Action Plan for 2019-2029 through full council or standing committee meetings.







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