Tibidabo will remain temporarily closed to the public
Due to the measures ordered last Friday by the Generalitat de Catalunya, the Tibidabo Amusement Park has been provisionally closed, and a request setting out the prevention and protection measures taken and asking for express authorisation to open as a matter of urgency has been sent to PROCICAT.
While we await an immediate answer in the next few days regarding the authorisation to open, Tibidabo will remain temporarily closed.
In the first half of July, the Tibidabo Amusement Park received Global Safe Site Excellence certification, which ensures the proper implementation of the hygiene, safety, cleaning and disinfection prevention procedures required against the coronavirus pandemic and guarantees maximum individual and collective safety. In addition, it has also been awarded the Safe Tourism Certified seal, a badge created by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE) that certifies those tourist venues that have successfully implemented the safety, prevention and hygiene protocols established by ICTE.