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Tibidabo, the massive western...
Tibidabo, the massive western hill overlooking the city, crowned with a basilica and an amusement park. We decided to go check it out, striking out from our hostel near Placa de Catalunya. We kept walking ... and kept walking ... and walked basically across the entire city, then up a huge hill to where the funicular railway began ... only to discover that the train wasn't running that day (it closes midweek). So we walked up the rest of the mountain, and when we finally got to the top, sunburnt and parched, exhausted but triumphant, we discovered that the amusement park was ... closed. D'oh! But the view was worth the climb, and the vending machines were still operating so we could snag some Bio Frutas Tropical.
Visitors should visit...
Visitors should visit Tibidabo, the moutain behind Barcelona; it has a great view. Also check out the illuminated foutain downtown called Montjuic. I also enjoyed the Flamenco show at the Spanish Village.
Tibidabo provides great views of the city day or night. The Spanish Village is a 'tourist' spot but well done. They have recreated the various types of architecture found in the different parts of Spain here. The fountain is amazing how they light up the water in different colors.
The mountain of Tibidabo can...
The mountain of Tibidabo can be seen from all Barcelona. You can notice a high mountain with a church on top. The church is called 'Sagrat Cor' and was built in 1961. At the feet of the church there is the oldest luna park which have ever existed in Barcelona (some attractions date from the 20's). The 'Parc d'Atraccions del Tibidabo' is still alive and the views of Barcelona from here are really amazing.
A must: a visit to "Tibidabo"
Tibidabo offers excellent views of Barcelona city and its surroundings. It is absolutely worth visiting the place.
- Theme Park Trips
- Religious Travel
Mirablau outside bar
On a good day, this must be one of my favourite bar's in the world, purely for the views over this stunning city.
At the top end of the tram line.
Christ on top of Temple del Sagrat Cor
You can grab a lift up inside this cathedral, then climb a few steps to the top, just underneath this brass statue of Jesus Christ.
Tibidabo mountain stands 512 metres high above sea-level. It has amazing views of the whole of Barcelona, a stunning cathedral, and a family fun park with old-style rides offering breathtaking views.
The Tibidabo Basilica,...
The Tibidabo Basilica, stupendously sited. Its outline is visible from just about anywhere in Barcelona.
Torre de Collserola (Tibidabo)
This television tower was built for the 1992 olympics. If you are not afraid of heights take the glass elevator to the observation platform (560m above the sea level)
Go to the Collserola Mountain...
Go to the Collserola Mountain and go to the top of this Telecommunication Tower by Norman Foster, you'll see the views of the city...wonderful!
The highest in the city to have a wonderful experience!
You gotta go up the Tibidabo...
You gotta go up the Tibidabo hill with the church and amusement park (Tibidabo funfair) on it.
The best view of the whole city.
Just beside the Tibidabo,...
Just beside the Tibidabo, there is the Torre de Collserola (288 meters high), a telecommunications tower built by Norman Foster in occasion of the 1992 Olympic Games.
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