See Barcelona from a new perspective on the terrace of the MNAC on Montjuïc
The Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, located in Barcelona's Montjuïc, has just inaugurated two new terraces on its rooftop, which offer spectacular city views to visitors.
The opening has come as part of a plan to invest more in its resources, and sees space of around 1,200 square metres now open to the public. Anyone who goes up to the roof, will have access to an amazing 360-degree view of Barcelona that will include the city's main landmarks, such as the Sagrada Família and Torre Agbar.
Visits to the rooftop terraces are included in the price of the museum entry fee of €3. Please note that people with restricted mobility will be unable to visit the terraces.