Is there any SOCI willing to help me buy 2 tickets Barca vs Atletico?
Hi guys, anybody knows what's the best way to get 2 tickets to the CL game against Atletico? Would there still be tickets available during the days before the game at the Barca stores or best to buy them in advance on the official website? ( we don't have socio membership) Thanks for the help!
I snapped a ticket for the cl match against atletico today,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,lets gooooooooo
Are the seats in the very top level of the stadium that bad? From the Barcelona web site it seems like you are pretty high up there.
Hey everyone, I'm visiting Barcelona next month and attending my first match. Any thoughts on where/when to purchase tickets for the match on April 17th vs. Valencia? Given our place in the league, and Valencia's, I'm tempted to hold off as long as possible thinking the prices will fall? Is that wise or should I purchase now? If I hold off, should I still purchase the tickets online at a later date (through viagogo, etc.) or purchase when I a korrive in Barcelona ?
What's the policy on bringing bagpacks and a DSLR into the stadium? I read the official policy doesn't allow professional cameras but it seems people are able to enter with their DSLRs.
Hi guys. I hope everyone is doing great. I haven't posted in a while so it's possible no one even remembers who the hell i am
Anyways, my girlfriend and I are going to be at the classico next weekend, and the champions league game at Vicente Calderon, so we're basically going to be in Spain for 2 weeks. I have never been there and have no clue what it's going to be like. We arrive on the 1st of April and have hotel reservations for the first three days, and after we're just going to try and explore and party like crazy. Just hoping someone here is familiar with the city and Spain in general and can give us some advice so we just don't end up being clueless tourists depending on those annoying pamphlets to do anything. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
"Spanish football has seen many teams with far fewer resources who have made life more difficult for Barca. And with greater nobility. - Marca's Santiago Segurola
A nice place to visit is the 'el Born' district, it's picturesque and again has nice bars etc and the santa maria del mar which is a nice cathedral if you like that sort of thing. The Majic Fountain at night is a must as well, think the lightshow to music is on at around 21:00. There are a number of museums etc. for Picasso & Gaudi but in the times i've gone Barca i've never really gone to them, i prefer just to walk round and hop on and off the metro exploring places while picking a few of the well reviewed places on Tripadvisor to eat at. If you like Steak then try 'Buenos Aires Grill' its not the cheapest palce in the world but a really nice restaurant and steak.