The National Art Museum of Catalonia (Catalan: Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya) is also known as the "National Palace" and is also referred to as MNAC. It is one of the most important museums in Catalonia, collecting art from the Neo-Roman period, the Gothic period to the modern age. Famous for its collection of Romanesque art, it is considered to be one of the most complete collections of Romanesque art in the world.
Fourth time in Plaza Espana, never visited this museum before, this time it felt so average, basically modern stuff, no famous people, all religious frescoes, not worth the money
The last picture is the schedule, I didn't open the day I went, but it was nice to walk and climb the hill. The Palazzo de Catalunya is in a relatively high position, a bit like the Sacre Coeur in Paris, where everyone sits on the steps and listens to music.
The whole trip is indoor, suitable for the weather, spend most of the day slowly. Especially the first two exhibition areas are especially suitable for careful perception, experience different exotic customs from China. In addition, be sure to choose tickets with audio guide to experience the improvement of max
Over a thousand years of Catalan art. The museum is located near Montjuic and has incredible views of Barcelona. Surprisingly enough it has a decent cafeteria inside with an all you can eat buffet for less than 15 euros.
The most importat museum of Catalunya and with fine collection from medieval until today.
It is located in the cone grams of hillside, built quite grand and luxuriant, along the stair, you can also see the world the first fountain, nearly hundred years later, still can use these facilities, but when. Along the way, all kinds of exquisite sculpture let you as if through to one hundred years ago, to aftertaste heyday glory of Spain, here, you always feel not enough use eye, because everything is so beautiful.
Had a great view of Barcelona from the steps of the museum. The museum itself was awesome!
Amazing museum. Beautiful inside and out. The Romanesque collection was the most impressive of all. Budget at least half a day even if you just want to stroll through all the exhibits. Admission is for 2 days with in-and-out privilege so keep your ticket safe. Audio guide costs extra but is very helpful if you really want to learn about the artwork. Coat check is free. There are two restaurants inside - a casual cafeteria and a fancier one serving exquisite (but expensive) buffet. Photos are allowed (no flash) so feel free to bring your camera.The ground outside the museum is stunning. It is one of the best place to get a good view of the city skyline. Not to be missed even if you are not a museum goer. Consider getting Articket if you plan to check out other museums such as Museu Picasso, Fundació Joan Miró or MACBA. It is a good deal (30 euro for all 6 museum visits) and you also get to skip the line for tickets.