Torre de Collserola, Barcelona

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  • July 28, 2017
    Took time thinking about climb the Tower of Collserola and I finally decided to do it. This tower was built on the occasion of the Olympic Games of Barcelona 1992 by Norman Foster. It is surprisingly large and a great work of architecture. On the tenth floor is the viewpoint, is the only one to which we have access and you can enjoy a 360 degree views of Barcelona and the mountain of Collserola and Tibidabo. I was wanting to stay longer... and again, since the day that I went there was storm of summer with electrical appliance and they had to vacate the tower. Yet it was spectacular to see the rays from the glazing. It is worth to go and is not a site nothing crowded or busy. The price is 5 euros. I recommend it without a doubt
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  • June 8, 2017
    The Torre de Collserola is Barcelona's main television tower, with an observation deck, located back in the hills behind Barcelona. You can get up into the hills the tourist way by taking the Metro L7...  more »
  • June 6, 2017
    The tower is on the Tibidabo, you get there by following the path indicated by a sign. Climbing to the top, with the lift, you can enjoy the wider view over Barcelona. The platform on which you stop is over 130 meters high which add up to 500 meters of Tibidabo. You can see the Church of Sagrat cor which is opposite and is clearly also the mountain of Montserrat. Might be worth checking the schedules before you go there.
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  • During our stay in Barcelona it was closed from the public, however because of its surroundings, it worth a visit. View is gorgeous.
  • Such a beautiful view. Radical design. Such a unique place.
  • A bit hard to reach except if you like hiking. It offers a nice view of Barcelona, but I think other spots are better from this point of view.
  • A beautiful place. If you go to Barcelona don't miss this.
  • Did not go there but looks amazing from Mt. Tibidabo !

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