A Day on Montjuïc Hill in Barcelona

When people think of Barcelona, it’s often Gaudi’s iconic architecture that comes to mind.  While the Sagrada Familia is definitely worth the wait (in line that is), the day I spent high above the city on the less crowded Montjuïc Hill was a lot of fun.

Montjuïc was put on the map (literally) as a result of 2 major events – the 1929 Worlds Expo and 1992 Summer Olympics.  Remnants of these events still remain, along with a cool fortification that’s made for exploring.  Interested?  Check out my guest post “What to See on Barcelona’s Montjuïc Hill” on Cross-Polinate’s blog.

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