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Visit the Tibidabo Amusement Park

Tibidabo which lies in the north of the city, is a mountain having 512m height of its highest peack called ‘Serra de Collserola’. The mountain has forest covering all over it and the peak of the mountain offers an amazing site for the grand view that includes the beauties of amusement park ‘Parc de Collserola’, telecommunication tower ‘Torre de Collserola’, ‘Parc d’Atraccions’ and amazing ‘Basílica del Sagrat Cor de Jesús’. 

The journey to Tibidabo amusement park starts with a short train ride from Barcelona city center from where you will take the Tramvia Blau which will take you halfway up the mountain. You will also need to catch a funicular train from the halfway point if you want to go all the way to the top of Tibidabo, where the amusement park is located. Once at the top of the mountain you will be rewarded with beautiful views of Barcelona, a children's amusement park, and the opportunity to visit a beautiful church at the top of the mountain. 

ou can pay individually for some rides that are outside the gates of the park - these include a Ferris wheel and the emblematic plane ride that is often featured on publicity for the park. This area is known as the Tibidabo Sky Walk. Once you're at the top of the mountain though, it may be difficult persuading the kids that it's not necessary to pay for the full day ticket to ride the big roller coasters.

 

Entrance Fees to Tibidabo Amusement Park

Adults: €28.50

Children below 120cm in height: €10.30

Children below 90 cm: free


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