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Tramvia Blau, Barcelona

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  • The historic 1901 Blue Tram costs 5.50 Euros per person each way for a short ride from Plaza Kennedy to the base of the Tibidabo funicular, but the back-in-time feel coupled with the slow-moving views...  more »
  • In my tour of the city on a double-decker bus, we saw the stop towards the Tibidabo. They can go up to Tibidabo by car, taxi, on foot or on the blue tram. The tram ticket costs €3 ida y ida €4.70 and return. When they buy their ticket buses double-decker, apart from the map, give them little book of discounts, which can leverage for the payment of the tram. This tram was opened in 1901 to link the railway station of the avenida Tibidabo with the funicular of Tibidabo. Trams in the city have been replaced by buses, so this is a survivor of the era of the trams. Travel was worth of return prefer walking to admire the houses in the area down.
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  • For the short distance, the fare (€5.50) is already excessive. But for this sitting in a beautifully restored old blue tram from the last century, which is operated by two people. Sedately, do up the mountain or down. We drove up to the bus and had a nearly empty trams and two seats up front. Tourists are just like lemmings: everybody all at the same time.
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