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Tibidabo Amusement Park Ticket with Optional Funicular Ride

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    • Adult (9+)
    • Child (3-8)
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Key Highlights

  • Admire panoramic views of Barcelona from the Tibidabo mountain top
  • Explore one of the oldest surviving funfairs
  • Enjoy more than 25 exhilarating rides at the Tibidabo Amusement park, one of the oldest parks in Spain
  • Relax in the picnic area and enjoy a visit to the souvenir shop
  • Overview
    One of the oldest surviving amusement parks, a visit to Tibidabo offers an exciting look into eras gone by, and boasts plenty of modern-day fun, too.

    Choose from 3 available optionsfor this attraction including a general admission ticket to the Tibidabo Amusement park including 25 rides and the different shows; a panoramic ticket including access to the Panoramic Area with top 8 symbolic rides; and the panoramic and funicular ticket which includes the panoramic visit and access to Tibidabo funicular ride. Panoramic Area, also called ‘Camí del Cel’ or the Sky Walk is the area on the top of the Tibidabo mountain with epic rides and the most beautiful panoramic views of Barcelona and the Mediterranean Shore.

    Tibidabo, Barcelona’s city mountain and one of the oldest funfairs has thrived for decades, entertaining generations of locals and travelers over the years. Tibidabo’s amusement park is the best place in the city to enjoy spectacular aerial views of Barcelona. Standing at 551-metres, the park is the highest point in all of Barcelona, with great views over the city, port and Mediterranean Sea beyond. On clear days you may even be able to see as far as Mallorca and Ibiza!

    Feel the magic of the park’s century-old history. Enjoy its classic and new rides and attractions while you look at the city below. Get your camera ready and experience an unforgettable day out! Tibidabo’s amusement park is the oldest in Spain, the second oldest in Europe and one of the first-ever parks to be built in the world. Since it opened in 1901, its rides and attractions have been constantly updating, while it’s amenities, including cafés, panoramic restaurants, play areas and lively entertainment areas have all been kept up to date.

    If you do choose to continue to the top, both kids and adults will enjoy the charming theme park. The only surviving amusement park in Barcelona with over 100 years of history, has over 25 nerve-wracking and exciting rides that shows the city from unexplored and amazing sights. There are attractions for all ages: the Plane; the new roller coaster; the Plaça dels Somnis, or Plaza of Dreams; the gold mine; the Sky Walk; the Miramirall shall of mirrors; and, of course, the Giradabo, the large ferris wheel, its 20-metre diameter and 500m above the city makes it, which is already part of the new Barcelona skyline.

    The park also offers a wide range of facilities for visitors including a selection of restaurants and picnic areas, many of which boast amazing views over the city spread out below. There are several accommodation options and hotels near the Tibidabo Mountain, in Barcelona’s less crowded region.

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?

    January to June and September to December: Saturday and Sunday
    July: Daily except Monday and Tuesday
    August: Daily


    You may spend as long as you wish

    Start time

    Tibidabo Park Opening Hours:
    January to April: 12pm to 8pm
    May and June: 12pm to 9pm
    July: 12pm to 9pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 12pm to 10pm
    August: 12pm to 11pm
    September: 12pm to 10pm
    October: 12pm to 9pm
    November: 12pm to 7pm
    December: 12pm to 6pm
    Please refer to Please Note section for Tibidabo Panoramic and Funicular Ride timings.

    Meeting Point

    Plaça del Tibidabo, 3-4, 08035 Barcelona, Spain
    Can Balasch of Baix, s / n, 08629 Torrelles de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain
    GPS: 41°25'18?N 2°07'12?E.
    You can reach by:
    Bus: Bus H4 stop "Pg. Vall d'Hebron - Basses d'Horta" direction to Arbeca-Lima or stop "Pg. Vall d'Hebron - Av. Jordà" direction to "Av. de l'Exèrct-Trias i Giró Tube: Vall de Hebron Station (Lines- L3 and L5)

    Ending Point

    Same as the start point

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Entry ticket to Tibidabo Amusement Park
    • Panoramic Ticket (if option chosen)
    • Funicular (if option chosen)


    • Hotel Transfers
    • Food and beverages
  • Please note

    Tibidabo Panoramic ticket and Funicular Ride timings:

    January to April: Monday to Friday – 11am to 5pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 11am to 8pm

    May and June: Monday to Friday – 11am to 6pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 11am to 9pm

    July: Daily – 11am to 9pm

    August: Daily – 11pm to 11pm

    September: Monday to Friday – 11am to 6pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 11am to 10pm

    October: Monday to Friday – 11am to 6pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 11am to 9pm

    November: Monday to Friday – 12pm to 4pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 11am to 7pm

    December: Monday to Friday – 12pm to 4pm ; Saturday and Sunday – 12pm to 6pm

    Voucher Information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
  • Customer Reviews
    • had a great fun

      the tour is what we expected and more. the only problem they miss to pick us up at our hotel so we had to take a taxi but they pay us back the taxi fees....

      zulaiha md nor, Malaysia
    • The amusement park was great, even though some of the attractions were closed because it was incredibly windy on the day we went (wear plenty of layers if you go outside of the summer!). The description of the item was a little vague - did the ticket price include the funicular ride if you wanted to go on it or was it just stating that a funicular ride was there if you wanted to pay to use it as an optional extra? We didn't know and neither did the staff at the entrance. There was a lot of discussion between three staff members who couldn't decide how to interpret it for some time before they seemingly gave up and erred on the side of caution, giving us return tickets for the funicular train as well as our theme park bands. We still don't know if this was correct or not!

      Richard McIntosh, United Kingdom, 11/Apr/2018