El Poble Espanyol was built on the occasion of the International Exhibition of Barcelona that took place in 1929. Today it is one of the main tourist attractions of the city and the mountain of de Montjuïc.
Twenty-three shops related to the world of science fiction and video games located between Passeig de Sant Joan, Ronda de Sant Pere, Plaça Tetuán and Carrer Ali Bei, set against the backdrop of the Arc de Triomf, go to make up the famous Geek Triangle of Barcelona.
Montserrat is a rocky massif, considered by many to be the most important and symbolic mountain in Catalonia. Its peculiar morphology with its unusually shaped rocks make it a sight not to be missed, one of the most spectacular excursions outside the city.
Every Thursday evening until 2nd August you can enjoy free films on Barceloneta beach thanks to the project entitled Cinema Lliure a la Platja, (Free Cinema on the Beach), an initiative from an idea original by Mago Production and organised by Associació Medusas.