The Tibidabo Park is the highest peak in the Sierra de Collserola. With 512 meters high, also called Magic Mountain, is one of the better vantage points to view the city.
Besides the best views of Barcelona, in the Tibidabo are the following interesting attractions:
- Tibidabo Amusement Park
- Tibidabo Cathedral
- Church TibidaboTibidabo views
- Views from the TibidaboTibidabo, planes
- Airplane, historical appeal of Tibidabo
Tibidabo Entertainment Park opened in 1899, is the oldest in Spain, and one of the first to be built-in Europe. Are still running a few of the old attractions like mid-air, one of the first air travel simulators is driven by its own propeller, the Museum of Automata, with over 40 items of the nineteenth and twentieth decades, or Talaia a composition with over nine many years climbing to its guests a 50 meters high.
Among the ancient glories of the park is also possible to enjoy some more modern interesting attractions including the roller coaster.
Forehead of the Sacred Center
The Temple of the Sacred Heart is a monumental neo-Gothic building capped by a bronze sculpture of the Sacred Cardiovascular system. An elevator allows the climb to the top of the temple, from which you can also enjoy spectacular views of metropolis.
To the right of imposing temple you can still view the original chapel which was built on the website in 1886, when there is nothing around.
Torreta de Collserola
Built during the Olympics in 1992, the Torre de Collserola is an engineering accomplishment of 288 meters high with panoramic views of the location from the perspective at the tenth floor.
Built in 1901, the Astronomical Observatory Fabra deals from over 100 years of the introduction of scientific research related to the limbs of meteorology, seismology and astronomy ago.
Southwest of the town.
Visiting several hours:
Vary depending on date. Find their website:
Tibidabo Playground Schedule
Adults: EUR 28. 20.
1. 20 cm under 10 EUR.
Under 80 cm and over six decades: free without gain access to to attractions and shows.
Funicular: from the Tower of San Sebasti? n.
Coach lines 196 and T2A.