Tibidabo provides nostalgic appeal for several generations of locals and visitors because of its downright charming retro rides—a carousel, an “airplane” that spins around a pole, whirling teacups—along with modern attractions like a roller coaster, a pirate ship, and a haunted castle. A family visit can be fairly expensive, but you may be able to limit costs by focusing on the Panoramic Area of the park and the adjacent 255m (837-ft.) communications tower, Torre de Collserola, a 1992 Olympics structure by Norman Foster, with its observation deck.
Plaça Tibidabo 3–4, Cumbre del Tibidabo
Our Rating Hours Apr–July Wed–Sun 11am–9pm (daily in Aug), Mar and Sept–Dec weekends and holidays only, daily Jan 1–5, closed Jan 6 to end of Feb Phone 93-211-79-42 Prices Ticket for all rides: 28.5€ adults, 9€ seniors, 10.30€ children up to 1.2m (4 ft.) in height, free for children under 90cm (3 ft.). Panoramic Area: 12.70€ adults, 7.80€ under 1.2m tall, 6.70€ seniors, daily except Christmas–Feb 1; Torre de Collserola 5.60€ adults, 3.30€ seniors and ages 4–12, free ages 3 and under. Discounts for online purchases. Web site Parc d’Atraccions
MapPlaça Tibidabo 3–4, Cumbre del Tibidabo Barcelona
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.