Take a trip up Tibidabo mountain on a historic tram from the Modernista era. The Tramvia Blau will take you to the foot of the Tibidabo funicular following a route that takes you past Modernista and Noucentista buildings that give way to nature and stunning views across Barcelona.
Temporarily out of service
The Tramvia Blau will be temporarily out of service due to facility improvement works. The modernisation of the infrastructure will make it possible to continue enjoying the city's oldest form of transport.
The equivalent journey can be made via Avinguda Tibidabo as far as Plaça Doctor Andreu using bus line 196, which operates daily between 07:30 and 22:00.
A unique experience in a historic tram
The Tramvia Blau takes you to the foot of the Tibidabo funicular following a route that takes you past Modernista and Noucentista buildings that give way to nature and stunning views of Barcelona.
Don’t miss the opportunity to take a trip on a historic tram, which dates from 1901, the only survivor of the old tram service that used to operate in Barcelona. But the Tramvia Blau is not only an emblematic mode of transport, it is also a practical service, since it takes you to the Tibidabo funicular by which you can reach the best vantage points of the city: Tibidabo Amusement Park, the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor, Torre de Collserola by Norman Foster, and the Fabra Observatory.
Fees and prices
One-way ticket: €5.50
Tickets can be purchased on board the Tramvia Blau.
During the autumn-winter season, the Tramvia Blau operates on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. During the summer you can travel on it any day of the week.
When it comes back into service, you will be able to check the detailed timetable for each season.
Via the Barcelona Bus Turístic Blue Route, getting off at the Tramvia Blau – Tibidabo stop.
Via Line 7 of the Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGC) train service, getting off at the Avinguda Tibidabo stop.
And the V15, 22, 75, 131 and 196 bus routes also connect with the Tramvia Blau.