Palau Sant Jordi
The Palau Sant Jordi is part of the so called Anella Olímpica de Montjuic (Olympic Park of Montjuic). It is a multifunctional pavilion, built in the mountain of Montjuic for the occasion of the celebration of the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992.
It was opened in 1990 and is considered a masterpiece of architecture and engineering. The Palau Sant Jordi was designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki.
It can accommodate over 16,000 spectators, and today the pavillion is used for many events whether the be sports, music, conventions, etc.
Any visit to the Palau Sant Jordi, should take into account the Olympic Stadium Lluis Companys, the Communications Tower and the Europe Square, as they are all located in the Olympic Park of Barcelona in Montjuic (Anella Olímpica in Catalan). In addition to being located in a privileged area of Barcelona, the Montjuic mountain, it allows you to have a leisurely stroll and unwind from the urban fuss.
Visitor should also know, that very near the Olympic stadium, on the opposite side in which the Palau Sant Jordi is, finds the Olympic Museum of Barcelona.
How to get to the Palau Sant Jordi
There are different ways to go up to the Palau Sant Jordi. Visitors should be aware that the Palau Sant Jordi is a bit hidden and it is easy to pass by, without seeing it. However, you must follow the same directions as described for getting the Olympic Stadium Lluís Companys or to the Olympic Park in Montjuic, and keep in mind that between the Olympic Stadium and the Palau Sant Jordi, there is a distance of less than 150 meters in straight line.
However, the tourist bus has a line which stops at the Olympic Park of Barcelona. From Spain Square (Plaça d’Espanya) there are several bus lines that go up the mountain of Montjuic and stops at the Olympic Stadium.
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