Magical Montjuic (QUEST IN TEST MODE)
Get your daily dose of nature by hiking up to Montjuic Castle and visit some magical places along the way. Play this city game in Barcelona to defeat evil sorcerers, meet magical creatures, solve puzzles, and unlock true stories. In this self-guided walking tour, you will see top-rated attractions in Barcelona whilst taking the road less traveled.
The best part? You are the hero in this story, and only you can save the day.
Disclaimer: some of the information in this quest may not be suitable for children. Any of this information will be marked with the title “For adults”.
Disclaimer: this route is a hike. Please be advised that some parts are uphill and require suitable footwear.
- No booking needed. Just download the app, add it to your quests and start playing.
- Discover 10+ attractions and scenic areas in Placa Espanya and Parc de Montjuïc
- Solve brain-teasing puzzles to learn about art, nature, and military fortresses
- Get exercise and view the city of Barcelona from a magical mountain
Joan Miró Park
Know before you go
- Quest available in English
- This quest has 13 challenges
- Best during the day
- Best for couples
- Recommended activity for families
Your grandmother is the most powerful sorceress but lately she has been sick, getting visions of the future.
Like this one: her evil cousin, second-most powerful sorceress, and the worst, is up to something. She hates children, and in 24 hours, every child in Barcelona will disappear. They’ll roam the earth, but no one will notice them, not even their parents.
You don’t want to disappear! But your grandma tells you a secret: you also have secret powers, and only you can stop the evil sorceress.
A very fun tour in a beautiful part of the city with stunning views. We are residents but still discovered new hidden gems and interesting facts. The story is great fun for kids too. It’s an uphill walk so be warned if you aren’t fond of walking!
Very nice and informative! I learned a lot on this trip about the statues and buildings around Montjuïc
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We got confused by some of the directions and would like some more images in the game (especially for kids). It's cool to learn about the things we saw, but we found the informative texts quite long and got a bit bored of reading them. Overall, it was a great experience and I think it would be really cool to do in a group or as an English class with kids.