The church itself is so peaceful and unusual as there are two levels accessed separately. The view from the top is unrivalled.
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We'd been up Tibidabo for the views (& the nearby tv tower) on several previous occasions, but had never previously ascended the basilica. There are steps up to the building, (sorry, didn't check, but surmise wheelchair access), once there, a lift takes you up to...More
Catch the bus on weekends in Placa Catalunya. Sits above Tibidabo amusement park. Amazing views in all directions.
This is one of the most charming places ever. Go there. Tickets required The view is outstanding and there's also an underground tour if you want.
Such a surprise, a stunning church with the most wonderful mosaic decoration plus the austere level above such a contrast. Some of our group took the trip up the spiral staircase to the top where the views were even more spectacular than at ground level....More
Church itself is beautiful, from the outside it looks nice it is in a lovely area and the inside is worth to see with classical music you get the mystic feeling and the atmosphere of sacrum. The lower part has one of the most beautiful...More
The temple Expiatori DEL Sagrada Cor IA a Roman Catholic Church and minor Basilica located on the Summit of Mount Tabidabo, Barcelona, Catalonia. This was opened in 1961. Barcelona city Ariel views are fantastic from here.
If you have several days in Barcelona and are looking for things to do, I would recommend visiting this Church at the top of Tibidabo. But if you only have a few days, it is not worth the haul up to the top of the...More
Although it is a bit tricky (lots of changes) or expensive (if going by taxi) to get there without a car, it is definitely worth it. You get amazing views over Barcelona from the Temple terrace.
This was the most beautiful church I saw in Barcelona and certainly worth the trip, which was easy but long. I started from the Catalunya Train Station catching the L7 to Tibidabo (2.40 euro each way per person) . Next I took a streetcar across...More