Tour Eiffel: Port de la Bourdonnais. Al pie de 1.710 escaleras de un gran monumento francés.
Musée d'Orsay: Quai de Solférino. Al lado del museo, una parada en el mundo del Impresionismo.
St-Germain-des-Prés: Quai Malaquais. Al lado del Institut de France, el París de los artistas y los intelectuales.
Notre-Dame: Quai de Montebello. La armonía arquitectural de la catedral y la atmosfera del Barrio Latino.
Station Jardin des Plantes / Cité de la Mode: La estación fue trasladada al pie de la Cité de la Monde, a solamente 10 minutos caminando de su original localización.
Hotel de Ville: Cerca de Pont d'Arcole. La parada muestra la riqueza y el contrasto del distrito Marais y el Centro Pompidou.
Louvre: Entre Pont Royal y Pont du Carrousel. Muestra un barrio donde la historia y la historia del arte de convierten en una.
Champs-Elysées: Cerca de Pont Alexandre III. El mítico Paris - el Grand Palais, el Petit Palais y Avenue Montaigne.
Beaugrenelle: situado en el 15º arrondissement, abierto a diario de las 10:00 hasta la 20:45h. Un lugar identificado por la relajación y la compra.
The looming mountain of Tibidabo is visible from nearly the entire city of Barcelona. Reaching nearly 1700 feet high, Tibidabo Mountain Barcelona is the tallest peak of the Serra de Collserola. Besides being quite the sight from within Barcelona, this mountain is also a popular place for travelers to visit who are seeking sweeping views of the city and coastline. Another attraction on the mountain is the Tibidabo Amusement Park. Built in 1889, this amusement park has the feeling of stepping back in time. If you’re tired of visiting the cathedrals and museums of Barcelona, escape the bustle of the city for an adventure up Tibidabo.
The Tibidabo Amusement Park is a delight for families, couples, and groups. Over the years, the park has retained many of its original rides, many dating from the early twentieth century. On 6 levels you will find different attractions including: roller coaster, log flume, bumper cars, carousel, etc. There is a 4D cinema in 'Dididado' for the little ones and a 'horror house' for the older children. This show is not for the faint hearted and although in Spanish it is scary fun!
On a hot sunny day you will enjoy a great day on top of the world at Tibidabo Amusement Park. Good old fashioned fun and an adventure to get there!
Getting to the rides at the top of Tibidabo Mountain Barcelona is half the fun of this amusement park. One of the ways to reach the park is the Tibidabo tram called Tramvia Blau. This tram was first built in 1901, and both kids and adults alike will love its historic charm. The tram brings visitors halfway up the mountain. To continue on to the amusement park, it is necessary to climb aboard the funicular. A ride on the funicular will reveal spectacular views of Barcelona and the chance to the visit the church at the very summit of the mountain.
Maybe it's not the easiest way to go to Tibidabo, but sure it's the most charming!
The price can vary according to visit date and time selected.
The climb departs from morning to late afternoon (after “dawn” and before “twilight”), exposing the hum and buzz of the city in full swing.
5 Things you need to know before your climb
Health & Safety
Your health and safety is important: If you are pregnant or have any pre-existing health conditions you may need to provide a doctor’s Certificate of Fitness note before you climb. You must have a blood-alcohol reading below 0.05 to climb (the same as if you are driving). You will be asked to complete a BridgeClimb Declaration Form before your Climb. Please be honest about your health so we can ensure your wellbeing is not at risk. All discussions will be confidential.
How should you prepare for your Climb: Ensure that you have eaten before your Climb and you’re well-hydrated – the experience can last up to 3 ½ hours. Wear comfortable, enclosed rubber-soled shoes such as running, sport or hiking shoes and don’t forget your sunglasses. It is recommend to wear comfortable clothing. You will be equipped with everything else you need for your Climb! Ensure you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled Climb time to allow enough time to check in.
All your personal belongings can be stored in lockers, including cameras: there are FREE secure lockers for you to keep your personal belongings in, including phones, cameras and GoPros. The Climb Leaders will capture photos of you during your Climb. For safety and security reasons, cameras, video technology and mobile devices are prohibited on the Climb.
You must be 8 years old and 1.2 metres in height, or taller: Children aged 8 to 15 must be accompanied by and are the responsibility of an adult, with a maximum of three children per adult.
Climbs operate in all weather conditions: You will equipped with all the gear you need to keep you dry, but remember to bring your own shoes, which should be enclosed, like running shoes. In case of extreme weather conditions like electrical storms or during times of extremely high wind, Climbs may be postponed.
Languages on the Audio Guide: English, Italian, Swedish, Russian, German, Mandarin, Spanish, Japanese, French, Dutch. Admission to Stonehenge is included in the price. Please note that this is not an escorted tour - you are issued with an Audio Guide at Stonehenge.