Camp Nou, Barcelona

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Take in the local sports culture at Camp Nou, one of the largest stadiums in the world, with an impressive capacity of nearly 100,000 spectators. The stadium is not only home to one of Europe’s top soccer clubs, Barcelona FC, but also the site of one of the city’s most visited museums. A thrilling experience for any soccer enthusiast, the museum highlights some of the finest moments in the club’s history and offers informative and entertaining tours of the stadium itself, which was originally opened in 1957 and expanded for the 1982 World Cup. Join a guided tour to see the team’s dressing rooms, the tunnel, and the famous field. Put Camp Nou and other Barcelona attractions into our Barcelona driving holiday app , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Is an unique experience! Feel the grandeur of the team! All catalana! It's worth it.
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  • The stadium has a tour organized and offers visitors the opportunity to see the stadium and the entire history of the Club. Visitation to the locker room and the Museum. You really feel part of the team!
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  • Verses Real Betis. First Camp Nou experience. Tickets expensive at €125pp. Great view. Easy to get to via Metro.  more »
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  • Amazing atmosphere with great seats. Everyone was respectful and the staff was incredible helpful. Great prices for beer. Even though it was raining I had an amazing time !
  • My family and I visited the Camp Nou whilst on holiday in Catalonia. It was a fantastic experience to see once of the most impressive sporting venues in the world. Access to the club museum and the Camp Nou experience tour cost 25€ each for adults. The tour included access a section of the stand overlooking the pitch, certain back areas of the stadium including away changing room and commentary areas. Dugout access was incredible. The museum was also very impressive and provides a comprehensive history of Barcelona football club as well as other Barcelona sporting teams. Trophy cabinet is also on show. An absolutely brilliant day out, a must see whether a sports fan or not.
  • What an amazing stadium. Great for families. Great facilities and even great to visit even if your are not interested in football. A lot of history to learn.
  • I visited here when I came for a holiday to Barcelona. It is one of the best stadiums I have ever been to. They offered student discount which was a plus. The museum was incredible and gave you a history of the team throughout the years. The stadium tour was great, they allowed you to go see the changing rooms, go on the football ground, sit on the seats to take pictures, go to the executive box and hold a trophy and take a picture with it and gave you an option of purchasing it at the end of the tour so you can take it home as a memory.  They also had a few coin machines around the stadium which allowed you to enter 4 EUR and in return you get a gold coin which is embedded with one of Barcelona’s main attractions. Overall, I had an amazing time at the museum and stadium tour and I am glad I came to visit.  
  • Incredible and surreal experience. The price of the museum is a little expensive, but worth it for a huge fan such as myself. They show you trophies and highlight videos, the stadium from the stands, from the pitch, and from the media suite, and lastly the press room and locker room. Very cool to see the behind the scenes action.

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Because the city's metro system makes traveling from area to area relatively painless, you have more flexibility in choosing a place to stay. Barceloneta, the neighborhood surrounding the city beach is somewhat removed from the city center, making its hotels popular with families. Only a 15-minute walk from the center, Barceloneta has a more laid-back beach atmosphere but still offers several restaurants and entertainment options. Farther away from the beach and closer to the city center, El Born is a charming neighborhood well-known for its restaurants and lively bar scene. Eixample is also popular as it is more central and home to some of the city's best shopping and tourist sites, including La Sagrada Familia. For a more traditional experience, consider staying in the Gothic Quarter, the heart of Old Barcelona. This picturesque neighborhood boasts a tight network of historical architecture with boutique hotels and traditional restaurants.
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