Cable Car and Funicular Travel

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Cable Car and Funicular Travel

The Montjuïc Funicular is a cog railway that runs from the junction of Avinguda Paral.lel and Nou de la Rambla (Metro: Paral.lel) to the Miramar station on Montjuïc. It operates weekends and holidays 11 am–8 pm in winter, daily 11 am–9:30 pm in summer; the fare is €1.45, or one ride on a T10 card. A telefèric (cable car) then takes you up to Montjuïc Castle. In winter the telefèric runs weekends and holidays 11–2:45 and 4–7:30; in summer, daily 11:30–9. One-way fare is €6.50. The return fare is €9.30.

A Transbordador Aeri del Port (Harbor Cable Car) runs between Miramar and Montjuïc across the harbor to Torre de Jaume I, on Barcelona's moll (quay), and on to Torre de Sant Sebastià, at the end of Passeig Joan de Borbó in Barceloneta. You can board at either stage. One-way fare is €10. The return fare is €15. The car runs October through June, weekdays noon to 5:45, weekends noon to 6:15, and July through September, daily 11 am to 9 pm.

To reach the summit of Tibidabo, take the metro to Avinguda de Tibidabo, then the Tramvía Blau (€2.90 one-way, €4.50 return) to Peu del Funicular, and finally the Tibidabo Funicular (€4 round-trip) from there to the Tibidabo fairground. It runs every 30 minutes, 7:05 am–9:35 pm ascending, 7:25 am–9:55 pm descending.

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