The Telecommunications Tower of Collserola is a work of engineering without precedent in our country. It is the communications hub of Catalonia and was built on the occasion of the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992. It is 288 meters high and is located 560 meters above sea level.


Visit one of the most spectacular viewpoints in Barcelona and enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!


To know the history and all the details of the Collserola Tower, click here.



The Collserola Tower is open for visits on the following days:


  • From 3 July to 8 September 2024: From Wednesday to Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm.


  • September 2024: The days 11, 14, 15, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28 and 29 from 12 pm to 3 pm.



  • General ticket: 5,60 €
  • Functional diversity ticket: 3,10 €*


*It is essential to prove a minimum of 33% degree of disability with the presentation of the certificate certifying the degree of reduction and the ID card. In the event that the document proves the need, the person can access with a companion for free.

How to get here


Collserola Tower is a 10-minute walk from Tibidabo Amusement Park.


  • Cuca de Llum: The best option to get there is with the funicular Cuca de Llum (from Plaça Doctor Andreu). Book aquí.


  • Private transport: You can park at the top parking of Tibidabo (advance reservation recommended here).




  • In person: You can purchase your tickets in person at the Torre de Collserola itself.


  • Digital: Soon, we will share how to make the reservation online.


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