Montjuic, a shallow hill in the Southwest of Barcelona, provides an awesome view of the entire city and its ports and holds a huge number of equally as awesome places to visit while you're here. On your way up (you can walk or ride the cable car up), be sure to look for he original site of the Castell de Montjuic fortification that was used to protect the city—and if you've got some time to kill, definitely duck in for a visit. Bring a picnic and enjoy the view in the area, and on weekend nights, tourists and locals gather at the center of a plaza in front of the Palau Nacional to see the Magic Fountain show, and sometimes, you'll even be graced with the presence of local bands.
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