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Watching this storied club play at their home stadium is a bucket list item for fútbol aficionados. But seeing a game there is really an incredibly cool experience even if you don’t know who Lionel Messi is. The stadium, which was originally constructed in the mid-1950’s, now seats a staggering 99,000+ people, many of whom are die-hard fans, meaning the collective energy of the crowd can be insane. If you’re planning a trip to Barcelona during season, check the team’s schedule to see if they’re at home while you’re in town. Although the games can get rowdy, this can also make a really fun outing for kids (who are old enough to sit for a couple hours) and teen travelers.

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