Avenida del Tibidabo Barcelona is without doubt one of the most elegant, distinguished and emblematic streets in the entire city. And, since its inauguration in the early twentieth century, this street has been home to the upper class residents of Barcelona. In fact, this street has a variety of modern buildings that have been designed by some of the most prestigious architects of all time.
As we have already mentioned, residing in Tibidabo Avenue means you will live in one of the most exclusive areas of Barcelona. There is no denying that this area has the oldest amusement park in Spain and the second in Europe. We are speaking, of course, about the Tibidabo Amusement Park, which dates back to 1899.
In addition, this avenue offers one of the most important monuments in Barcelona at your disposal; The Templo Expiatorio del Sagrado Corazón, inspired by the Parisian Basílica del Sacré Coeur in Montmartre. It offers magnificent views across the entire the city of Barcelona and is surrounded by a natural landscape of great beauty.
You should also know that the entire avenue can be explored by Tibidabo's Blue Tram (Tranvía Azul). This mode of transport with over a century of history is definitely a real treat. The tower of Aigües de Dos Rius Renaissance-inspired and designed by the architect Josep i Samaranch Amargós, the Tower of Collserola designed by the architect Sir Norman Foster or Ràdio Barcelona Pavilion are some of the other most emblematic attractions.
Similarly, Tibidabo Avenue enjoys excellent communication links by public transport, although it is true that the rest of Barcelona suffers from parking problems as many houses don't have their own parking spaces, on this avenue, it is rare not to find a parking space. As if that were not enough, the atmosphere is absolutely peaceful and relaxing, which is not a very common occurrence when it comes to big cities like Barcelona. This advantage unquestionably adds to the value of the area.