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Located on top of the mountain with spectacular view of Barcelona City, Tibidabo is considered as the iconic amusement park in Barcelona. It is afterall a place where most classic attractions are brought back to life and have strives since its opening in early 20th Century. Boasting 25 fun attractions, here are our 6 recommendations for a non-stop fun and thrills!
Fun Times Like You're On Top of the World in Tibidabo
For adrenaline-seekers, we challenge you to hop on Muntanya Russa, a roller-coaster ride that will takes you up on a route higher than 500 meters above the sea level before it plunges down in 80kph speed and swirling around dense forest trees. Thrills is not the only thing Muntanya Russa all about. Amidst the rush of adrenaline flooding your blood, you will also be entertained by breath-taking view of Barcelona city and surrounding trees from above.
If riding on a roller-coaster is not really your thing, then this L'Embruixbruixes might be your way to go. This relaxing attraction will takes you on an exciting aerial journey in a decorated cable car, where you can view the scenery of Barcelona city. The fun doesn't stop there! The passengers will be entertained further with latest stage sets technology, such as holograms, LEDs, virtual environment, and rear-view projections. If youve been to Germany, the ride might remind you of Wuppertal railway.
We get it, not everyone love clowns. But you can't help to adore the clowns appeared as a part of automata displayed in Automata Museum. Since its opening in 1901, Automata Museum have housed more than 40 pieces of Automata or automatic machines thoroughout Europe. The oldest automata is 'The Mandolin Clown' from 1880 era, while the latest one is 'The Gaus Brothers or The Balancing of the World' created by Lluis Ribas.
Do you love to be spooked? Well, are you brave enough to enter the haunted Hotel Krueger? The attraction's interpretation of a haunted abandoned hotel is garnered to perfection. Meet your biggest nightmare where scary characters from your favorite horror movie comes to life and chasing you around. Will you manage to keep your cool?
Hop on a log-shaped boat and enjoy a huge splash of water in Gold Mine attraction. The attraction has been one of the highlights in Tibidabo. No matter which seat you are in, you'll definitely get soaked eitherway. Make sure you bring clothes change!
A classic ferris wheel ride, Giradabo offer exceptional complete view of Barcelona city and the sea. It is the most popular ride especially among Instagram users where they often pose for pictures with outstanding view of the city behind them. The view might even gets more spectacular at night. Try this ride, snap some pictures, and you'll get all the likes you can't even imagine in a lifetime.
How to Get Tickets?
You can buy ticket to Tibidabo amusement park by purchasing it directly from the ticket booth or if you want a much more convenient way, you can book them online in advanced through this website. That will helps you avoid the crowds, especially if you're going to the amusement park in weekends.
How To Get Around?
Getting around Tibidabo amusement park is actually quite easy. The park is relatively small so you can explore each attractions available by walking on foot. If you're going to other attractions in Tibidabo hills, such as The Fabra Observatory, Torre de Collserola, or Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor, you can go there by cable car that will takes you to the top.
Best Time to Visit
The Tibidabo amusement park can get so crowded during weekend and holiday seasons. If you want to enjoy all the attractions to your heart content, always consider weekdays to go to the park. Don't forget to double check the weather report, sunny days is also the most ideal time.
How To Get There?
Take the L7 train from Placa de Catalunya Station in the center of the town. Alight at Plaza Kennedy and head to 2 Avenida Tibidabo bus stop to catch a Tramviau Blau, a small blue tram that will takes you hafway up Tibidabo Hill. You can continue on your journey by taking a cable car called Funicular de Tibidabo.
For safety reasons, rides at Tibidabo are limited by height, not by age. For people with disabilities, there is special rate that can be taken by showing disability certificate and any identity documents, at the green ticket box located at the main entrance (next to the Customer Service Office).