Miro’s Museum and Montjuïc Hill
Is a tour a bit different from the typical ones. We’ll be visiting Montjuïc Hill. Do not worry; we have a great system of escalators to climb the mountain so we can move through the hill quite quickly and easily.
We’ll visit the only museum in the world exclusively dedicated to the great Barcelonian artist, Joan Miró. Inside this museum, we have a great variety of his work, including tapestry, assemblages, burned paintings, and more. Plus you can take some fascinating pictures from the rooftop with some very colorful sculptures and Barcelona in the background.
We’ll get a closer look at the Olympic Ring, the scene of the 1992 Olympic games, including the Stadium, the Indoor Sport’s Pavilion, and the Olympic swimming pools. The summer Olympic games changed for good the city of Barcelona. Probably this is the reason why you are now looking into tours in Barcelona. It located Barcelona in the world, and it was a great success. Do you remember how we lighted the Cauldron? Or the diving competition with Barcelona as the background? Read about it on our Blog Post.
We’ll also tour the National Art Museum (MNAC) (optional) and, if you are interested in Modern architecture, we can add a visit to the Mies Van der Rohe Pavilion, or visiting another surprising building just across the street, the Caixa Forum, an old factory from the 19 hundred.
We´ll also see the beautiful Plaza de España, built for the 1929 International Exhibition. If you would like to stay around there to have some lunch we’ll recommend you some of our favorite places around Plaza de España; just a few minutes walk from the square you have some very traditional neighborhoods with excellent restaurants.
Miro’s Museum (inside)
How long does it take?
What it is included?
Private licensed guide only for your party.
Priority access to all the sights.
What is not included:
Entrance fees to sites, you can pay them the day of the tour.
Taxis & public transport (on the walking tour)