Today at the Castle

  • The Castle of Montjuïc presents the cycle “Afternoons of July”. On Sundays in July (the 3rd, the 10th, the 17th and the 24th), from 7pm to 10pm, you can come to the Castle and relax in a privileged environment enjoying a night of good music and great views to the sea. Jazz, Boss nova, Soul and Jazz Manouche concerts will make the nights of July very nice and special. The concerts begin at 7.30pm. Both the shows and the entrance to the Castle are free. A shuttle bus service between the Castle and Plaza España is provided from 9.45pm to 10.30pm.
  • The cycle "Nights of Summer" will be held, once again, on Fridays during the month of June in the Parade Ground of the Castle. For three nights, the 3rd, the 10th and the 17th of June, the Castle will be a place to enjoy artistic performances and delicious food truck dishes. The entrance to the Castle is free after 8pm and the performances are also free of charge. A shuttle bus service between the Castle and Plaza España is provided from 10pm to midnight.
  • Guided tour of the Montjuïc Castle lasting an hour and a half. Visitors will discover the history and architecture of the castle, visiting places that are not normally open to the public, such as the watchtower and the cistern. Thanks to its exceptional situation on the top of Montjuïc Hill, this historical monument offers extraordinary 360º panoramic views of Barcelona. It is also the high point of a natural area replete with gardens, fountains, museums and all kinds of public amenities. Therefore the castle hosts its own story and encourages visitors to discover the mountain and the city in general.
  • The Castle has new information boards explaining the architectural structure of the building and various historical events of great importance for the Castle, Barcelona and Catalonia. The panels are located in different parts of the enclosure , as the bastion of Santa Amalia, the parade ground or Ravelin and have photographs or maps that help visitors to know how the Castle is and the past events in its history.

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