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Observatori Fabra

Opened in 1904, the Observatori Fabra was built by Reial Acadèmia de Ciències i Arts de Barcelona and is set 415-metres above sea level on Mount Tibidabo. While it’s still used to study asteroids and comets, the observatory is now a magnet for tourists who flock for the sweeping city views afforded by its high altitude. Please note: the observatory also organises ‘Dinner with the Stars’ during the summer months, when diners can enjoy a sumptuous supper beneath a star-studded sky.

CamÂ’ de l'Observatori,
La Rabassada,
+34 93 417 57 36
Opening Times
Sun 11am-12.30pm (Day visit); Sat & Fri, Oct-June (Evening visits)
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