If you think of European football then the name 'Barcelona' will be one of the first to spring to mind. Barcelona has one of the longest and most notorious footballing traditions in the world and is a household football name even amongst non-football fans. The Nou Camp is also one of the most stunning, striking and famous venues in world football.

In a privileged position on the northeastern coast of the Iberian peninsula and the shores of the Mediterranean, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain in both size and population. The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a pulsating and dynamic city. In almost any poll you look at to find Europe's most popular city, Barcelona will be featured and featured highly.

Barcelona is a city that intergrates in its urban layout Roman remains, Medival quarters and the most beautiful examples of Modernism and vanguards of the 20th century. Not in vain, UNESCO has declared the symbolic constructions of the Catalonian architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Doménech i Montaneras part of our World Heritage.

In terms of nightlife Barcelona has more bars, cafes, pubs and clubs per capita then any other city in the world. That is quite some boast and one hell of a stat. It also makes for a great reason to visit the Catalan capital.

We can also arrange a visit to the Nou Camp for you and if FC Barcelona are at home arrange tickets for the game. In November 2008, we booked tickets for 43 of our clients to go to the FC Barcelona versus Getafe game. Should FC Barcelona be away on the weekend of our tournament then we can organise tickets for Espanyol if you so wish.

Why would you go to Barcelona? Well, in a nutshell - for great nightlife, stylish restaurants, museums, shops and spectacular architecture. Barcelona is Spain's most cosmopolitan and forward-looking city. See you there!

 
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