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Travel Our experts recommend the top attractions in and around Barcelona—with advice on how to get the most out of your visit. 2 Minute Read Camp Nou See a home game at Futbol Club de Barcelona’s 98,772-seat
We've rounded up 15 decadent, celebration-worthy cakes, from double banana to chocolate-caramel. From mint chip ice cream cakes to a decadent, towering double banana cake, these confections are epic enough