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Summary for Tram Blau and Funicular Tibidabo

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"Tram Blau and Funicular Tibidabo"

1901 Tram from Plaza Tibidabo to the lower station of the Funicular de Tibidabo that goes to Tibidabo church and parc de atraciones. Both closed for modernisation.

Address: Avenida Tibidabo 4 - Pl. Kennedy & Carrer de Queralt 20, Barcelona. 8020

Summary of prices for Tram Blau and Funicular Tibidabo

Train/Bus Fare Entry Ticket Additional Information
Adult 12.00 Euros
Child
Group/Family Ticket: No.
Notes:
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About Tram Blau and Funicular Tibidabo

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This is the blue Tram that runs from Avenida Tibidabo at plaza John F Kennedy to the lower Funicular station for the Funicular (Carrer de Queralt 20, Barcelona. 08020) that goes to Tibidabo.

Dr Salvador Andreu i Grau (Barcelona, 1841-1928) was a wealthy buisnessman who sold pharmaceutical products and decided to develope the land between Passeig de Sant Gervasi (passing via Plaza John F Kennedy).

The piano teacher of Salvador's children came back from a vacation is switzerland with a brochure about a funicular trip he took there so Dr Salvador Andreu decided to form a company to build the first funicular railway in spain to go from his new housing estate to the Tibidabo summit.

Bonaventura Roig i Queralt was the lead engineer and works comenced in 1900 with the railway making a test ascent on 3rd of july with the official inauguration at the end of October once tuning of the cables was completed.

The first carriages were made of wood and had six compartments divided between first and second class, with a maximum capacity of 80 passengers. In 1958 the wooden carriages were replaced by metal ones. The metal carriages were decomissioned in autumn of 2019 to be replaced with the modern glass cabins.

The funicular's route is 1,130 metres in length, and has an incline of 275 metres between the lower and upper station.

There are 4 Nearby Attractions

"Sacred Heart Of Jesus Temple Tibidabo"

Sacred Heart Of Jesus Temple Tibidabo

Modern Minor Basilica with Romanesque fortress crypt from 1911 and neo-Gothic Main church from 1951. viewpoint at the base of the Crowning Jesus statue.
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Updated: Sep 16, 2021
"Parc Atracciones Tibidabo"

Parc Atracciones Tibidabo

Children's theme and amusement park with a range of modern and vintage fairground rides built within a tree filled enclosure at the peak of the collserola hills.
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Updated: Sep 16, 2021
"Torre Collserola Viewpoint"

Torre Collserola Viewpoint

Norman Foster designed Teleco Tower built as a transmission hub for the 1992 Olympic venues. One floor as a spectacular viewpoint open to the public.
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Updated: Sep 16, 2021
"Fabra Observatory"

Fabra Observatory

Historic 1904 fully functional observatory by architect Josep Domenech i Estapa. Observatory offers guided visits and summer evening dinner & stargazing.
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Visiting Tram Blau and Funicular Tibidabo

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The Tibidabo Funicular refurbishment is complete and is now open. The historic old carriages have been replaced with modern panoramic glass cabins. Return adult fares are 12 Euros. Single fares are not sold.

Tram Blau remains closed for refurbishment.


Getting To Tram Blau and Funicular Tibidabo

Nearest Metro is Avenida Tibidabo on the FGC brown (L7) line that terminates with the exit to street level in Plaza John F Kennedy.

Included in the ticket price when booked online is a free transfer bus between plaza John F Kennedy and the lower funicular station.

Bus 196 departs from about 50 metres walk up Aveninda Tibidabo from plaza John F Kennedy just in front of where the tram blau used to stop. The bus terminates in Plaza Doctor Andreu at the foot of the Tibidabo Funicular.


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Additionally, I recomend checking Mountain Forcast website Which has more detailed weather information about Tibidabo.

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