Barcelona Football Tickets
Barcelona Camp Nou has a capacity of 110.000 people and every match most of its seats are sold out. The Barcelona football stadium is the 3rd largest in the World behind of the Sao Paulo in Brazil and Mexico City.
How to get there:
Located in Aristides Maillol, entrance number 7 - 08028 Barcelona. Blue metro line 5 at "Collblanc".
10.00 to 18.30 (Mon to Sat)
10.00 to 14.30 (Sun and Bank holidays)
for all Barcelona Football club supporters, please find all information you may require on their official website.
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Barcelona Football Stadium Tour and Museum Visit
Enjoy a guided tour of Barcelona Football Stadium. You will be able to visit the dressing rooms and down the famous tunnel; enjoy access to off-limits areas and sit on benches used by some of the world's best players. Then pass through the press conference rooms and the Presidential Honor Box. Admission to the club's museum is included in this tour. Wander at your leisure and marvel at paintings, sculptures, and exhibitions of sporting trophies from basketball to handball to hockey. This tour has a cost of 22,00 euros per person and takes around 45 minutes.
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Barcelona Opera House - Liceu
Barcelona's Opera House was originally opened in 1847 and is one of the most important opera houses in the world. Most of the building was destroyed by fire in 1994, but now it has been rebuilt recovering all its charm and splendor. Please check the official web for the opera house in Barcelona for all the shows taking place.
If you wish to enjoy a performance at the Gran Teatre Liceu, you can book tickets online by choosing the name of the opera you wish to see and following the booking instructions.
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Barcelona Grand Prix - Formula 1
This is the 50th edidition of the Spanish Grand Prix. Thanks to the Spanish World Champion, Fernando Alonso, Spain has become more and more supporters of this event getting to an attendance of 115.900 spectators. This year the Grand Prix of Formula 1 will take place during the weekend of the 11th - 13th of May of 2007. Price includes: voucher for the 3 days of the event + transport by coach, there and back for Sunday.
Barcelona Moto GP Tickets
The 4.727 km (2.937-mile) track was built for both F1 and motorcycle GP racing, and this introduces a special complication for riders and technicians. The huge braking forces generated by the cars causes the tarmac to distort on the corner entries. Historically, this washboard effect has made things difficult for the suspension engineers and even more so for the riders.
Interestingly, the MotoGP machines clock higher top speeds on the long pit straight than the F1 cars, which are heavily encumbered by the
enormous downforce created by their wings and bodywork.
The track has few really slow corners, and the sweeping bends are made all the more difficult by changing gradients as the circuit runs up and down the hillside overlooking the massive pit and paddock complex. The medium/fast Campsa corner leading onto the back straight, for example, sits atop the crest of a rise and is unsighted.
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Barcelona Bullfighting Tickets
For those wishing to enjoy one of most popular shows in Spain. The bullfight tickets vary in price according to their position in the bullfighting arena. The ones in the shade (sombra) are more expensive than the ones in the sun (sol). Seats therefore are designated taken the name depending on their location in the arena. Seats located closest to the bullfight are also more expensive than those near the back. So ones near the ringside barrier (barrera), which are also in the shade are the most expensive.
If you try to buy your tickets at the arena, take into account that it is difficult to find the window that will take you to the seats you want to buy. We advice you to check in advance the event poster and copy the name of the seating area and show it to the ticket officer.