The Funicular del Tibidabo is an old cable railway which opened in 1901, which will take you from the Plaça del Doctor Andreu, where the Blue Tram, a survivor of the old Barcelona, ​​ending his short but good journey to the top of Mount Tibidabo, 512 meters high. There, you will discover the Tibidabo amusement park, a telecommunications tower and a Catholic church with sculpture “Sacred Heart of Jesus” at the top, overlooking the city.


The funicular schedule ranges from 15 min. Before the opening of the path of the park known as Cami del Cel and 15 min. After closure, varying depending on the time of year.

From March to December: Operates every day of the year.

February: Only works on weekends.

January: closed, like the Tibidabo Amusement Park.

Other closing days: 25,26 and 31 December.


The ticket price of the Funicular del Tibidabo also varies depending on whether you buy the ticket to the amusement park or not, being cheaper in the first case:

If you buy the entrance to the amusement park 4 €.

Without buy-in to the amusement park € 7.50.


To take the Funicular del Tibidabo must first take the train (FGC) number 7 to “Avenida Tibidabo”. So to get to the funicular, you can jump on the Blue Tram or just take bus number 196 will take you both to the tee.


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