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Welcome to a magical place. And one of Barcelona’s landmarks. We invite you to take a tour through our Amusement Park - now over 100 years old and one of the oldest in the world, yet still constantly improving. Learn about our history, explore the...more
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Didn’t manage to get on the funicular which was a great shame. We took the bus and strolled around for a few hours.
The view is spectacular and if you visit the church you can go even higher !
We entered the fairground although didn’t...More
great place for all the family, plenty to do and see, loads of places to eat, the only thing I didn't like was you couldn't buy single tickets for rides so a bit disappointing when you have young children, but worth a visit.
it was the most beautiful experience in Barcelona. It's such a magical place you have to see when visiting Barcelona. This place is a trip for 1/2 day or all day.lot of atraction in park and amazing Basilica,you must see it! Place is interesting when...More
This is the second oldest amusement park in Europe. The rides are'nt really special because is a par for young children not for adults or teenagers. The views of the city are great. You can access to the highest part of the park without the...More
This place worth the visit. Only thing I didn’t like, you can buy single tickets for rides but only for few attractions. Which I would say it’s shame. Don’t think it’s “a must” to buy ticket for whole park. Can enter without ticket and just...More
I kept seeing this from a distance when sightseeing other attractions and finally found out the name and decided to visit, we took the brown metro line to Av. Tibidabo, then walked across the road where you get a 196 bus to the ticket office,...More
My wife and I visited Barcelona in October and pre-booked tickets to Tibidabo as there was only the Sunday we could go.
Unfortunately due to the weather the Park was closed. However we only found this out after waiting for an hour at the bus...More