The Collserola mountain range, made into a natural park, borders Barcelona to the northeast. At its highest point sits Tibidabo Amusement Park.
The summit can be reached using a combination of transportation methods from another era. The Tramvia blau (Blue Tramway), dating from 1901, connects Plaça John Kennedy (at the end of Balmes street) to Plaça Doctor Andreu, where you’ll find the Funicular, which will take you to the amusement park.
This funicular was also inaugurated in 1901 and is the oldest of its kind in Spain. The fully functional park is located at an altitude of 512 meters. It’s an exceptional place where young and old alike can spend a pleasant day.
Address: Pl. Tibidabo, 3-4.
Phone: 932 117 942
Opening Hours: June, open 12pm-9pm on Saturdays, Sundays and the 13th and 24th, Open 10am-5pm June 16th and 17th.
Prices: General entry: Adults €25.20 – Children less than 120cm tall and Adults over 60 years old €9 – Children under 90 cm, free.
Reduced rates: Adults €11. 10 – Adults over 60 years old €6 – Children less than 120 cm tall, €7 – Children under 90 cm, free.
Bus: Tibibus from Plaça Catalunya.
FGC: Av. Tibidabo stop + Tramvia Blau or Funicular Bus + Tibidabo Funicular.
FGC: Peu de Funicular stop + Vallvidrera Funicular + bus 111.
Site: Tibidabo Amusement Park