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Montserrant - go/avoid on Sunday?

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I'll be in Barcelona in May, and am hoping to do a day trip to Montserrat (I know some people love it and some people feel very "eh" about it, but from what I've read it sounds like my cup of tea). For those who have been, I'm wondering whether we should either avoid it on Sunday due to crowds, make plans to go on Sunday due to its religious nature, or if it really doesn't matter? We arrive in Barcelona on a Friday night and leave Wednesday morning, so assuming the weather cooperates, we have some flexibility on when to go. The only thing we have planned for sure is a performance at the Palau de la Musica Catalana Sunday night, but it's not until 21:30.

Thanks in advance!

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