When I went up the Tibidabo Hill it was cloudy and raining, so I couldn't see really much of the magnificient view of the city you can admire on clear days.
Anyway, it was not bad, so I took this picture, better than nothing, isn't it?
To get here, take the Blue Tram at John Kennedy Sq. (Avinguda del Tibidabo FG Stop)
"El Tibidabo": There is a small amusement park on the top of a hill, different cool attractions there! But better than the attractions the beautiful views of the city! There is a modernist church as well you should visit.
How to get there: Take a view to the trasportation tip.
Fondest memory: The views, views, views...
As all modern cities around the world Barcelona has a comunications tower too!
Views from there are absolutely great!! Near "Tibidabo", you can visit both places at the same time.
The tower has 288 meters.
More info, schedule and prices: http://www.torredecollserola.com/
At 542m (1778ft), Tibidabo is the highest hill in the
wooded range that forms the backdrop to Barcelona. If
the air's clear, it's a great place for views over
the city. The locals come up here for some thrills at
the amusement park Parc d'Atraccions, which has rides
and a house of horrors. As hair-raising as anything
at the Parc, however, is the glass lift that goes
115m (126yd) up to a visitors' observation area at
Torre de Collserola telecommunications tower. The
more sedate can find solace in Temple del Sagrat Cor,
Barcelona's answer to Paris' Sacré Coeur; it's even
more vilified by aesthetes than its Paris equivalent.
Looming above Tibidabo's funicular station, it is
actually two churches, one on top of the other. The
top one is surmounted by a giant Christ and has a
lift to the roof.
Favorite thing: This is EL TIBIDABO,a mountain outside of Barcelona,where you can see this beautiful temple and also a fun fair.