Tididabo Latin means I can give it to you. It is said that Satan brought Christ to the top of the mountain and put the world at his feet. It's a bit of a toss to go to tidibabo, or take a taxi near Guier Park, about 10 euros. Or tramway cable car + Blue Train + subway, cost about 11 Euros, the most economical line is L6, S1 or S2 to Peu del Funicular, then directly changed to cableway to Vallvidrera Superior, and then take No. 111 bus to the top of the mountain, brush t-10, one-way only 1 Euro. Note that when stopping at Peu del Funicular Station on Line S 2, the doors of some of the front and rear carriages are not open. Pay attention to the hints on the doors, or try to be in the middle carriage. If you can take the bus T2A in Catalogue Square during winter and summer vacation or on weekends, it will only be available on the day when the amusement park on the top of the mountain is open, and the specific time can be worse than the official website. I chose the most cost-effective way, although a little upset, but absolutely worth a visit. Looking down at Barcelona from the top of the hill, the scenery is excellent. Although the temple of the Sacred Heart is not grand enough outside and exquisite enough inside, it is better than the Church of God because of its unique shape, idle tourists, closer to the sky.
Barcelona's heights, overlooking the panorama, are worth visiting!
Barcelona is located on a hill opposite Mount Monconk. On the top of the hill there is a beautiful Sacred Heart Church. On the top of the church there is a bronze statue of Jesus. On the top of the mountain, you can see Barcelona and the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
Mount Dubidabo, 512 meters high, stands on the top of the mountain, overlooking the panoramic view of Barcelona. It is said that the devil took Christ to the mountains in an attempt to tempt him and said "et Dixit Illi HAEC Tibi omnia Dabo Si cadens adoraveris me" (if you bow down and worship me, I will give you everything). Later generations believed that this mountain was the highest mountain in legend, so they named it Dubidabo Mountain.
The view is breathtaking. We just gazed into the horizon for hours while up here. The ride up is by funicular which is a funny little tram.
A 100-year-old amusement park overlooking the city! You take a cable car to reach the park.
In the afternoon, we went to Dubidabo. The name Tibidabo was first known, but there was only a 100-year-old amusement park on the mountain, so special arrangements were made in the journey. It was only here that Barcelona's highest church, Sacred Heart Church, was found on the top of the church. The statue of Sacred Heart with two arms open at the top of the church is quite holy, similar to the giant Jesus statue on the mountain of Jesus in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Tibidabo Mountains correspond to Mount Mongconk, but the scenery is better. The gazebo on the top of the church is an excellent view, from which you can see the Mediterranean Sea and overlook Barcelona as a whole.