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The Torre de Collserola (or Collserola Tower) was built in 1991 ahead of the 1992 Summer Olympics. In addition to broadcasting radio and TV stations throughout Catalonia, the tower is home to an event space and an observation deck which gives visitors the chance to get the best view of Barcelona. Not only is the observation deck 499 feet (152m) up, but it’s situated on top of the Tibidabo Hill, meaning visitors get a view from 1837 feet (560m) above sea level, looking down over the whole city.
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Guided Tours

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Collserola Hike and Norman Foster Tower Visit
Enjoy Barcelona's nature, hiking in the Collserola Park Nature Reserve, reaching the Norman Foster Tower for stunning panoramic views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

Guided tours of the Torre de Collserola take place at noon and 12.30 pm daily. The tours take 25 minutes. On weekends, the tower will be open for self-guided tours between 1 pm and 2 pm.


Tickets for both the guided tours and self-guided tours cost €5.60.


Torre de Collserola
Ctra. de Vallvidrera al Tibidabo, S/N
08017 Barcelona

How to get there:

The easiest way to access the Torre de Collserola by public transport is to take the Funicular de Vallvidrera to Vallvidrera Superior before transferring to bus number 111. A car park is available close to the tower.
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