BarcelonaIt’s raining and tourists flock to the Barça Museum. The beach will be left for another time. It is a working day in the second half of August and the accumulation of people makes it seem impossible to imagine that, not long ago, the coronavirus pandemic left empty what is the jewel in the crown of the Barça club on the days there is a party This Wednesday 9,500 people visited the museum cull, a figure that is quite close to the pre-pandemic, when thanks to this asset alone the entity received 42 million euros per year (six of which came from the photographs that are bought at the site). Tourists account for 85% of the museum’s visitors and only one in four is a Barça supporter, according to the club. The rest are either football fans in general or are interested in visiting an emblematic point of the city.