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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Tours to Camp Nou
$85 BOOK WITH VIATOR Barcelona City Tour Hop On - Hop Off + F.C.Barcelona Camp Nou Experience
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
$358 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private 4-hour Tour 'a la Carte' in Barcelona with private pick up and drop off
Duration: 4 hours
$46 BOOK WITH VIATOR Barcelona Camp Nou Tour : FC Brcelona Stadium & Museum (VIP Access)
Duration: 3 hours
$280 BOOK WITH VIATOR Barcelona Exclusive Private Tour : Learn Messi & FC Barcelona Secrets
Duration: 2 hours
$108 BOOK WITH VIATOR Premium Camp Nou Expert Guided Tour - FCB & Museum Experience
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Camp Nou reviews
It’s good , for every think, thank you for ever. I will come back agin of course But i take a photo with champions cup , but I can’t take this from website… more »
You can book tickets in advance for the tour which is well worth taking for fans of any team. It is the biggest stadium in Europe. more »
I loved every part of the experience, my favorite moment was when I stepped from museum to the stadium more »
A fantastic evening watching Barcelona take on Inter Milan in the Champions League. The staff did a great job processing the tens of thousands that attended. Best to get to the stadium nice and early to avoid long waits. The hospitality in the Champions Club was lovely with good food, drinks and music. Visiting Camp Nou is definitely an experience worth enjoying, especially if you can experience the glory of match day.
Fantastic place to visit. Spend time in the museum - detailed club history. Lots of memorabilia on show. The stadium itself is absolutely huge. Immaculate. Well organised. Staff friendly and helpful. Great day out.
Spectacular and well worth a visit! The stadium is immense and the staff at all the points were polite and friendly, even in the blazing heat. OK the drinks were expensive but that's how these places are - take your own! The megastore was cool and although busy, was well staffed on a hot Sunday (I think there might have been a match on that same day). I'd go again!
Camp Nou. This is a football stadium which is the headquarters of the Barcelona football club, it's football field is clean and spacious to accommodate thousands of spectators. In addition to playing football, this stadium is also one of the tourist destinations if you visit Spain, especially the city of Barcelona. In this stadium you can also take a tour around the museum inside the stadium to see the soccer court from the stands, player lockers, player uniforms and finally you can stop by at a souvenir shop that sells a variety of sports products related to soccer sports. For a football fan, then being able to come and see for yourself the soccer field where the club is practiced up close is a matter of pride.
This tour was the highlight of my 9yo son’s experience in Barcelona! We have been to many stadiums across the globe but this was the only real in depth tour we have ever had. This is a great experience for any soccer fan. This tour has a scheduled entry time but then allows you to go at your own pace. It starts with a museum housing old trophies, jerseys, and generally allowing you to learn the history of this Catalan soccer team. You then venture up to the top, where there are beautiful views and places to sit. The self guided tour (with audio guide), takes you through the stadium. You get to see all levels of the stadium including the pitch and the press boxes. They do have a small concession stand and a hidden chapel! There are many opportunities to stop for posed pics - DO THIS! At the very end, my husband purchased a memory book for my son (expensive @ €55). The book contained the history of the Barça team and they placed the pictures of us throughout the stadium within the book - pretty cool. This is a great keepsake of this visit.
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