Port Vell Aerial Tramway

Port Vell Aerial Tramway is a cable railway that runs in Barcelona's Port Vell connecting it to the Montjuïc mountain. The cable cars start at the Miramar station, situated halfway down the hill of Montjuïc (57 m.a.s.l.), make the first stop at the peak of Jaume I Tower (107 m.a.s.l.), which adjoin the Barcelona World Trade Centre, and finish their journey at the top of Sant Sebastià Tower (86 m.a.s.l.), where an elevator descends to the streets of Barceloneta.

The aerial tramway was designed by the architect Carles Boigas for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition, however, it was not until 1931 that it was opened to the public. One of the ideas was to connect the restaurant at the top of Sant Sebastià Tower to the Casino Miramar located on the Montjuïc mountain. Currently, the tramway operates two octagonal red-and-white cable cars which can hold up to 24 passengers.

Source of description: planerGO

This object belongs to Port Vell
Neighbourhood La Barceloneta (Ciutat Vella)
Price definition of price normal : 10.00
Geographical coordinates 41.3713699, 2.1891102
Address 08203 Barcelona, Moli Nou
Construction dates 1926 - 1929
Opening date 1931
Height 46.00
Length 1303.00
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