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Only problem was getting to stadium to realise they won't issue tickets for viator voucher and getting a 20 minute each way metro ticket to get them from viator office just to go back again
Brilliant, I am not a fan of football but I soon got caught up in the atmosphere! Very interesting.
A must for any football fan!! Both Camp Nou and Bernabeau have excellent set up and both tours are fantastic
This did everthing i expected it to. I would recommend using the tour earpieces it makes it worthwhile. especially coming out of players tunnel to pitch side.
It's just awesome! My teenage son was in love with the stadium and left the store with goodies! Highly recommended!
Fantastic tour and opportunity to skip queues would definitely recommend.. The one flaw I did find was going to a complete different part of the city for the tickets but was worth it
A must do in Barcelona. Easy to get to via the hop on hop off bus and well run. The museum is amazing whether you are a football fan or not, this is a great cultural tour to do when in Barca.
I bought this trip for hubby as we celebrated his 65th birthday in Barcelona...he absolutely loved it. There is a ton of information on the team and their history plus an impressive display of many cups they have won over the years and that's before you even get to pitch side. The only thing he was disappointed with was that he couldn't get on the pitch lol!! I would highly recommend this to anyone who has a football fan with them or is one themselves!!
Excellent tour, Brilliant stadium, staff very helpful , easy to get to using hop on/off bus
Absolutely excellent! I booked tickets in the UK and collected them without any trouble from the travel agent in Barcelona city centre. There were no delays, no questions. Everything went through smoothly giving the impression the staff new exactly what they were doing. The tour of the ground was brilliant. You have to give it to Barcelona they certainly know how to show off their stadium. The museum is amazing with not only the expected replica cups and trophies but only all sorts of fascinating memorabilia such as Cruyff's contract, Messi's boots when he broke the goal scoring record for the club, even the referee's whistle from the club's very first game. The tour takes you throughout the stadium into the away dressing room past the chapel which the away team have to pass on the way to the pitch and up onto the pitch side through the same tunnel thousands of famous players have trod before. There's a terrific view of the ground from the press box hundreds of feet in the air. Even the obligatory finish of the tour through the club shop is different from that you'd expect. Three floors decked out with all sorts of merchandise and although the club shirts don't come cheap, they do not detract from a magnificent experience.