Tibidabo Amusement Park is an event congregation situated on Tibidabo in the Collserola Ridge in Barcelona. The recreation center was worked in 1899 by the business visionary Salvador Andreu and opened in 1905. The recreation center is among the most seasoned on the planet as yet working. It is Spain's longest running event congregation and Europe's third-most established. The vast majority of the first rides, some of which date to the turn of the twentieth century, are still being used. The recreation center is presently claimed by the Barcelona City Council. A mainstream ride at the recreation center is the 1928 Avió plane ride, a solitary auto merry go round giving the impression of flight over the city, an oddity at the time.
Riders load up a copy of the air ship that initially flew from Barcelona to Madrid. The recreation center was included in the Woody Allen film, Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Tibidabo's Automata Museum on location houses more than 40 mechanical figures from the nineteenth and twentieth hundreds of years.