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Camp Nou, Barcelona

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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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. Plan to see Camp Nou and other attractions that appeal to you using our Barcelona family vacation planner.
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  • Visit the Museum and individual tour of the stadium and a part of the infrastructure. The dimensions are impressive even for non-football interested.
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  • A must visit for anyone who interested in European football. Legendary stadium has a well organised tourist tour inside, which includes very modern museum with a lot of Cups and history information. Y...  read more »
  • The stadium, and the team itself (alien Messi) turf, housing, people from all over the world. Campeones campeones Barca
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  • Very nice tour through FC Barcelona's history. Takes 2 - 3 hours to get through it all. I'd definitely recommend booking tickets online as the ticket queue there can be quite long (if you become a member on their website they give you a discount code for the tour). They try and make money off you at every available opportunity and the souvenir's can be quite expensive.
  • Even if the ticket is expensive (23 euros for adults) it is totally worth it, especially if you are a football fan. I really enjoyed the visit there. Easily recheable by L4 metro line
  • A must visit place for Barça fans. The sheer size of the stadium is impressive. Even though I am not very interested in soccer I enjoyed the visit to the museum.
  • I had the fortune of being in the city when the team won the Champions League in the summer of 2015. A year ago, which I can hardly believe its been a year since. The following day, there was a huge celebration and parade welcoming the team back. The event was free, you just had to get tickets before they ran out. It was a pretty big deal and I know soccer (football) is a big deal for the vast majority of the locals. It was an experience and I'm happy I was able to participate and see how they celebrated their team winning with loads of fireworks and varies skits. It's something considering it was planned in less than a day.
  • The home of Tiki Taka and Johan Cruyffs (modified) Total Football. Its amazing to have a tour of the stadium, even better to see a game! If you can get tickets - the El Classico is a must but even out of season, you can view the stadium and see the history of FC Barcelona and its rivalry with Real Madrid and the historical impact in Catalonia. A must for any non-Madridsta!
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