The Montjuic funicular, accessible via the Paral-lel metro station, takes you to the heights of Barcelona in the Montjuic district, which contains many of Barcelona's must-see attractions such as the Joan Miro Foundation, as well as to the foot of the cable car to go up to the Montjuic Castle (Barcelona's military museum), or down towards the city's port.
From its 184-metre height, which houses the remains of the 1992 Olympic Games as well as beautiful parks and museums, Montjuic Hill is one of Barcelona's most visited tourist sites, offering exceptional panoramic views.Walk on Montjuic heights
Towards Sant Sebastià or Miramar Towers, from the World Trade Center located at the foot of the old port, discover Barcelona from the sky, between Barceloneta beaches and the top of Montjuic hill.Barcelona from the sky
Correspondence with the funicular at the Paral-lel metro station to come and discover the exhibition of paintings, sculptures and drawings by the artist Joan Miro. Walk along the Montjuic hill on your left as you leave the station, and you will find yourself at the foot of the Joan Miro Foundation.Barcelona Joan Miró Fundació pass
Combine the funicular with the cable car and climb to the top of Montjuic to visit the ramparts, the parade ground, the walls and the terrace of the castle of Barcelona, and enjoy exceptional panoramic views of the city.Barcelona from the hilltop