It is now a peaceful and peaceful place, and this fortress was once used to guard the city and hold political prisoners in the darkest of history. There is a walking path under the wall of the fortress facing the sea to see the beauty of the sea. Walking through the suspension bridge and entering the interior of the castle, the initial feeling was quite a bit cold, but with the appearance of the sun and the sea disappeared, the entire Mediterranean port was in front of you, and the seagulls danced in the sky. You can also take a picture of Barcelona's cityscape and even find the Sagrada Familia. If time is not tight, Montblanc is still recommended for a trip, and the panoramic view of the port of Barcelona, which is overlooked, is definitely a great place to shoot.
Address: Carretera de Montjuc
Montjuïc Castle is a large fortress located on the top of Montjuïc hill in Barcelona, Spain. The castle was built in the seventeenth century to hold political prisoners, a role which continued until the late twentieth century. In the Spanish imagination the castle is a symbol of oppression and evil, an image stemming from its use as a torture and execution center during the Spanish Civil War. At present, the building houses a military museum, but plans exist to transform it into a museum celebrating international peace.