Cable Car to Montjuïc Mountain

A ride to the Montjuïc Mountain by cable car offers you an unbeatable perspective over the skyline of Barcelona, from the Airport of Barcelona in the south to the Maresme region in the north and also beautiful views over the beaches in Barcelona and the surrounding area of Montjuïc.
The cable car to Montjuïc is called the Telefèric de Montjuïc and is by far and away one of the most entertaining transport methods in Barcelona.
Unlike the other integrated transport methods in Barcelona, the cable car to Montjuïc requires a special ticket. Unfortunately you cannot use a T-10 multi-use ticket here.
Prices for return tickets:
Adults: 10,30 €
Children between 4 and 12 years old: 7,40 €
Buy your ticket online for the cable car to Montjuïc here and get a 10% Discount.
Operating hours all year round:
- January to February: from 10 to 18 h
- March to May: from 10 to 19 h
- June to September: 10 to 21 h
- October: from 10 to 19 h
- November and December: from 10 to 18 h
Accessing the cable car to Montjuïc:
The Montjuïc Funicular can be used to gain access to the first station of the Telefèric de Montjuïc.
It is also served by the Barcelona Bus Turístic and public buses: 50, 55 and 61.
Metro: L2 and L3 (Paral.lel station)
It is completely wheelchair accessible and the renovated cabins of the Telefèric de Montjuïc can hold up to 8 seated passengers.The base station in Parc de Montjuïc, where you can get by bus or Funicular Railway, allows you to travel to the Mirador viewpoint (Midway Station) and onwards to Castell which gives you access to the fantastic Montjuïc Castle.
Located on a rocky terrace more than 170 metres above sea level, Montjuïc Castle is an old military fortress with a long history closely linked to the city. The first fortification on Montjuïc Mountain was built in 1640, during the revolt against Felipe IV. In 1694 the fort became a castle and the grounds took up most of the summit. After the Spanish civil war it was a military museum and in 2010 it was closed and transferred to the Barcelona City Council to be used for cultural purposes.
The cable car to Montjuïc should not be confused with the cable car to the Port (known as the Aeri del Port) which is a separate cable car system that can be seen operating over Barcelona’s port.