There's no doubting more Barcelona fans would like to have made the trip to Berlin, but as some consolation, the Champions League final was broadcast on giant screens, in the streets of the Catalan city.
Thousands watched the game live outdoors, on the streets of the Catalan city, sharing the thrills and spills of the final, as if they were there in person at the Olympiastadion.
Joy as Rakitic scored the early opener. Tension as Morata equalised for Juventus, then raptures as Suarez fired Barça back in front. The biggest roars reserved for the clincher from Neymar, which was shortly followed by the final whistle in Berlin.
Barcelona erupted, with cheers, flags waving and flares shining brightly, as their heroes achieved the remarkable feat of winning the treble.
Not just that, by winning La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League, Barcelona have become the first club in history, to win the domestic double and the elite European competition, on two occasions.
Needless to say, nobody is likely to be heading for bed early tonight in Barcelona... and if they do, the're unlikely to get any sleep, as this party will be going all night long.