The Olympic Stadium of Montjuic and the Olympic Ring

The Olympic Ring is the part of the mountain straight from the Olympic Stadium of Montjuic Lluis Companys and the walls of the cemetery.

The Olympic Ring was built for the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.

The Palau Sant Jordi is the jewel of this Olympic Ring but the National Institute of Physical Education of Catalonia (INEFC) was also built for the Olympic Games.

You can also find a park and a commemorative work of the Olympics, by Santiago Calatrava.


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The Olympic Stadium of Montjuic

The Stadium of Montjuic was opened in 1929 and was renovated for the Olympic Games. It is the current stadium of soccer club RCD Espanyol and houses 56,000 people. The inauguration ceremony of the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona was held in this stadium.


Opening Times

Opening Times of the Stadium

Monday to Sunday (Winter) 10.00 to 18.00 h.
Monday to sunday (Summer) 10.00 to 20.00 h.

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More information

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Metrometrometro line 1metro line 3

metro montjuicLines 1 and 3 stop at the station Plaza España from where you can easily access the Olympic Stadium Lluis Companys.


Line 50 stops close to the Olympic Stadium Lluis Companys.



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See more of Montjuic: National Palace of Montjuic | Magic Fountain | National Art Museum of Catalonia | Poble Espanyol | Tower of Telecommunications | Caixa Forum | Palau Sant Jordi | Castle of Montjuic | Olympic Stadium | Greek Theatre | Pabellón Alemán

Montjuic Transport: Teleférico de Montjuic | Funicular de Montjuic


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