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Barcelona cable cars and mountain railways

Barcelona cable cars

Barcelona has 2 cable cars and 3 mountain trains (called funiculars) on Barcelona's two biggest hills which are called Montjuic hill and Tibidabo hill. A mountain funicular train is for steep hills and the train carriages are pulled up on a cable on train tracks. They are fun to visit for the spectacular views of Barcelona. 


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Barcelona harbour cable car

Name: Transbordador Aeri del Port - port cable car
Colour: Red/white cabins
Route: To and from Montjuic hill crossing Barcelona harbour from San Sebastia beach
Ticket price 2017: Single one way €11. Return ticket €16:50 

The "Transbordador Aeri del Port" is a spectacular ride with stunning views of all Barcelona in a cable car ride that takes you across the harbour of Barcelona to and from from Montjuic hill, to San Sebastian beach near Barceloneta beach. It opened on 11th November 1931 and at the top of the cable car tower on the beach there is an gourmet restaurant called Torre de Alta Mar.  You can buy tickets at the port cable car end stations

Barcelona harbor cable car
Pictures Barcelona port cable car




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Barcelona cable car on Montjuic hill

Name: Telefèric de Montjuïc - Montjuic cable car.
Colour: Silver cabins
Ticket price 2017: 
Adult return ticket €12,50 
Children return ticket (4 -12 years) : €9
BUY TICKETS Teleferic de Montjuic
Route:  On Montjuic hill. This cable car starts halfway up Montjuic hill and ends at the former military fort at top of Montjuic 

This Montjuic cable car connects with the funicular mountain train from Parallel metro station (see below) and ends at the former military fort called Castell de Montjuic, where many cultural activities take place throughout the year and where you can enjoy great city views and coastal views. You can buy tickets at the cable car end stations.

Montjuic hill cable car 
Pictures attractions Montjuic hill



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Montjuic hill funicular train

Name: Funicular de Montjuïc - funicular railway that goes halfway up Montjuic
Route: To/from Parallel metro to bottom of Montuic cable car

The Funicular of Montjuïc is a convenient way to get up part of the way up Montjuic mountain. The journey starts at the Parallel metro station (Lines 2 and 3) and takes 2 minutes. You will arrive very close to the Olympic installations of Palau Sant Jordi arena, the Olympic stadium, the Barcelona Olympic pools & diving pools, the Miró museum and many other attractions and parks. You can buy tickets at Parallel metro station.

Montjuic funicular train 
Photos attractions Montjuic hill 



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Mountain train to Tibidabo hill

Name: Funicular del Tibidabo - funicular railway to top of Tibidabo
Route: To/from the Plaça del Doctor Andreu at end of Avinguda Tibidabo to Tibadabo Amusement Park.

This is a fun way to get to a fun fair. First catch the vintage blue tram El Tramvia Blau to get to the base station of the mountain train called Funicular de Tibidabo. THen switch to the mountain train, which will take you to the top of Tibidabo hill overlooking Barcelona where you can find the Tibidabo theme park, the Sagrat Cor church and enjoy magnificent views of Barcelona city and the valleys beyond. You can buy tickets at the funicular base station. 

Funicular train to Tibidabo hill
Pictures Tibidabo hill 




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Funicular train to Vallvidrera village

Name: Funicular de Vallvidrera - funicular railway to Vallvidrera village
Route: To/from 'Peu de Funicular' station to top of line at Vallvidrera
This is a mostly a commuter funicular train, but can also be used by visitors to get to the village of Vallvidrera, which has quite close to attractions like Collserola park, Collserola tower and Tibadabo amusement park 
Funicular train to Vallvidrera

Please note that the cable cars and mountain trains usually close for 2 weeks annual maintenance in Jan or Feb every year.

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