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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. Plan to see Camp Nou and other attractions that appeal to you using our Barcelona family vacation planner.
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  • I'm not personally a footy fanatic, but when on a stag party I'm Barcelona we visited Nou Camp, and it was a throughly enjoyable day and even ended up walking away with a photo (for 20€) but the quali...  more »
  • Tickets were €25 ea and was a pretty generic tour , however I would recommend it , 2 young adults in our group really enjoyed it  more »
  • Great experience doing the tour around the stadium followed by watching a game. Loved the tour ... very well managed. The atmosphere was electric during the game and we had amazing seats :-)  more »
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  • Very good tour. You get to walk around at your own pace. Plenty of memorabilia and club history on show. Good to be able to go in loads of different areas - stands, dressing room, player's tunnel, mixed zone, press room and commentary positions. You can even have a rest halfway through and enjoy a snack and a drink overlooking the pitch. There are several official photo ops around the venue which you can then purchase at the exit if you want, no obligation. Recommended.
  • This stadium was actually a pretty pleasant experience. I really expected getting around and finding our seats to be somewhat of a nightmare. But the staff was extremely helpful and everything was well labeled. There's A LOT to do here besides just see the game, so I recommend you get here early in order to spend some time exploring. Enjoy!
  • To see a game in person was a bucket list event for my fiance, unfortunately the dates we were in Barcelona there wasn't a game scheduled. BUT we at least were able to do the Camp Nou Tour and see the stadium. It was super crowded, a ton of people waiting to tour, seemed like they were filtering in groups periodically so it flowed better. You can't schedule a tour time, just go whenever and they let you in. It was a good tour, you can walk through on your own and stay as long as you like which was cool. It took you through the museum as well as the stadium and field.
  • Camp Nou was an amazing experience for the soccer fanatic, and for the Barcelona Soccer fan. It is a pricey trip, but totally worth seeing where everything happens. It was truly an amazing experience. The tour is not expensive. It is best to go on a non game day so you can tour the locker rooms and press room.
  • Awesome stadium. A lot of new features and a lot to see. A lot of photos to take and get near to the action of where the famous FCB play. The merchandise shop is a bit expensive but expected. Only downside is - only get to see the visitors changing room and not the home changing room. Worth a visit to the famous stadium even though it is a bit far out of city centre.

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