A Historicodurante road trip were constantly surrounded by nature with some stunning houses scattered through the trees. Also an emblematic building, was, among the buildings of the mountain, the Fabra Observatory, silhouette that is part of the landscape of Barcelona, a work of the architect Josep Domenech 1902 stage i which houses a telescope. 11 Asteroids have been discovered in this Observatory and Halley participated in the monitoring of the comet. Another historic building that we could see the road is Villa Joana, place where he died poet Jacint Verdaguer in a landscape surrounded by forests and situated next to the Centre of information of the Collserola Park. At the foot of Tibidabo is located the Museum of the Barcelona Science, and on its side stands the convent of Valldonzella, Temple of neo-Gothic style, and other fine houses that surprised us, as the House Roviralta (or Frare Blanc), the Casacuberta House or Casa Muntadas, of Joan Puig i Cadafalch. Beauty at the time cimUna arrived at the top of the Tibidabo, which was full of people, we were impacted with the spectacular magnificence of the expiatory Temple of the sacred heart that my reminded me a little bit to the Basilica of the Sacre C ur of the Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre. It is a masterpiece of the architect modernist Enric Sagnier i Villavecchia, divided into three parts: the crypt built with stone of brown colour, enough, heavy; the Church above the crypt with stone grey color of Gerona, and the image of copper at the top. In addition, we also had to side the Torre de Collserola, a modern telecommunications antenna designed by Norman Foster and opened in 1992 on the occasion of the Olympic Games of Barcelona 1992, and Radio Barcelona Pavilion, small work rationalist built between 1926 and 1929 by the architect Nicolau Maria Rubio i Tuduri which constitutes the first example of architectural rationalism and the first radio station that operated in Spain.