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If any soccer fan was to consider Real Madrid second best in the world, it’s only because they’d rank Barcelona F.C. as number one. Both teams play in the Spanish La Liga, and the rivalry is fierce. In recent years the teams have clinched titles, national cups, and Champions league cups from one another. Like Madrid, eating out and staying in Barcelona can be quite expensive. Many people choose hotels in nearby areas which are not only cheaper, but also give you a taste of the “real” Spain.
Barcelona has ultimately come out on top in recent times. The collection of superstar soccer players here is just as impressive as at Real Madrid – including the undisputed world number one, Lionel Messi. Their stadium – the Camp Nou – puts others to shame with a capacity of just over 99,000. It’s packed for almost every home game.
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