Tibidabo re-opens with full safety measuresThe Tibidabo Amusement Park has re-opened, 112 days after its closure. The park has been adapted so the different areas, rides and services offer visitors the best experience, with maximum safety measures for workers and the public alike.
The general capacity of the park has been reduced to a third in all areas, including eateries and riders, to ensure safety for everybody.
Open-air rides have been prioritised, while attractions in enclosed spaces are out of service. Nearly 70% of rides are open to the public.
More open-air shows have been added and Plaça dels Somnis will provide the scene for the magic of Dr. Fly, the music of the Tibipowers and the show by the park mascots.
The park is open from Wednesdays to Sundays, from 12 noon to 9 pm on working days and from 12 noon to 10 pm at weekends.
The panoramic area is the highest leisure area in the city and is open daily from 11 am. On the days when the park is closed it will still be possible to stroll in this area and enjoy the most iconic rides until 7 pm.
The restaurant service has been adapted to promote takeaway services so that visitors can enjoy healthy food in new spaces which have been specially set up outdoors.
New mobile app
To streamline access to the park and ensure safety, visitors are advised to purchase tickets in advance on the Tibidabo website or with the new free park app, available for iOS and Android. The app keeps visitors up to date with information on new features and the measures relating to the current health situation.
Families who belong to the Tibiclub will see their membership extended by the same length of time as the park has been closed. A new system has also been introduced whereby members can reserve tickets online.