Skip this travel agency and get your own entry tickets at the box office, or the official Barcelona website, period! The tour itself was worth every penny, but having to deal with this travel agency (Julia Travel) was like pulling teeth! First, it's true what many reviewers have commented on about getting their tickets from Julia Travel; you have to get the actual entry ticket(s) from the agency by trading a Viator voucher first. And that "little" extra step ended up being such a pain in the neck. Luckily for me, they were able to email the actual ticket to me so I had it saved on my phone, but it took I don't known how many phone calls in order to establish that A) they didn't have any physical address just yet, and B) they were so disorganized that only after numerous phone calls I was able to get my actual entry ticket to the Camp Nou and museum. Now, as far as the tour itself is concerned, it was worth every penny I must say. Even if you are not a Barca fan (or even a soccer fan), the historical impact of this soccer club will make you appreciate its tremendous popularity worldwide. The amount of history behind this club is remarkable. The museum has so many historical artifacts and pictures displayed to please every soccer fan, especially Barcelona's. I loved the fact that we were able to visit the top seating sections in the stadium, including the press boxes, as well as the bottom ones. Unfortunately the turf was being replaced so I couldn't see the green grass field, but being able to see this humongous stadium was well worth the visit. The tour ends, of course, at the souvenir shop, where prices are rarely discounted, but I was able to get a few things here and there with a rather important discount, including an "official" Barca t-shirt. All in all, I'd strongly recommend this tour even if you're not a Barca fan, but just get the tickets from the official Barcelona website beforehand or at the box office if at all possible.