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How to Visit Camp Nou: Barcelona Stadium Visit Info 2024

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Wanna know how to visit Camp Nou? Camp Nou Stadium tours can take this already historic stadium to a new level.

Home to legendary FC Barcelona, aside from taking the field yourself (you actually can!) the Nou Camp tour is the best way to experience world class football.

In fact, this Barcelona stadium tour is the second biggest tourist attraction in Catalonia behind the epic Sagrada Familia.

Here’s everything you need to know about how to visit Nou Camp in one handy guide.

Can You Visit Camp Nou?

ATTENTION (01/29/24): On May 29th 2023 Camp Nou started an aggressive renovation project. During the renovation it won’t be possible to book traditional Camp Nou tours. There is only one, which I’ll get to below.

Yes, you can visit Camp Nou, the iconic home stadium of FC Barcelona.

There are several ways to visit Barcelona football stadium:

  • Camp Nou Immersive Tour : This is the only way to visit Camp Nou in 2024 . It includes access to the museum, an audio guide, some looks into the construction, and the Spotify Camp Nou Live immersive room.
  • Match Days : Attending a live football match at Camp Nou is an incredible experience, but in 2024 you won’t be able to! They’re currently playing at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys until November 2024.
  • Guided Tours : Opt for a guided tour if you want a more in-depth and informative visit. These will return in November 2024!
  • VIP Experience : For a premium visit, consider VIP packages that offer exclusive access, premium seating, and hospitality services.

How to Visit Camp Nou: Visiting Barcelona Football Stadium

Again, from June 7th 2023 the only tickets you can get to visit Camp Nou are for the Immersive Tour .

This includes the museum visit with an English audio guide + access to the audiovisual space Spotify Camp Nou Live.

You’ll find many online ticket resellers, but we recommend relying on our collaborator Tiqets, which help us to keep this blog (which we’ve dedicated 1000’s of hours to) free.

Here’s a link to book the only current Camp Nou tour left:

Every Camp Nou booking helps us get closer to doing this blog for a living, so thank you 🙏

balon dor trophies at the camp nou museum in barcelona spain

Visit Nou Camp: The Museum

It’s here in this modern and interactive space that you appreciate just how good this club is.

You’ll start off listening to the team anthem with a translation in just about any language needed.

It’s in the museum where you can flip through touch screens with tons of info on the club’s greatest players. You’ll also get a great snapshot into the team’s history watching a video presentation of some of the club’s biggest moments on a massive screen.

⚠️  Warning ⚠️ : Barcelona’s top two attractions must now be booked in advance .

You can book fast track tickets to both individually or get them as part of a discount pass:

  • ⛪ Buy now:  Sagrada Familia Fast Track Admission (skip the lines)
  • 🏞️ Buy now:  Park Guell Fast Track Admission  (skip the lines)
  • 🎟️  Buy now: Best of Barcelona Bundle (Sagrada + Park Guell + 10% discount code for all else)

You will not be able to book these tickets on site – lock in your tickets ASAP or you could miss out.

You can visit Barcelona football stadium and take a selfie with the 22 League trophies and 4 Champions League trophies .

There’s just a ton of memorabilia and equipment spanning the club’s 100+ years of history.

Top it all off with a visit to the largest official FC Barcelona team shop.

Camp Nou Visit Prices

Adding the camp nou museum audio guide.

The audio guide to visit Nou Camp, available in English , is not included in the standard ticket and  must be added during the booking .

It costs €6.00 and I recommend it only to those who are truly interested in curiosities about Barça.

You can request earphones or bring your own headphones .

The duration of the audio guide is about 1 hour and is concentrated in the museum part, so if you are accompanied by someone who has little patience, perhaps it is not for you.

During this visit of Barcelona Football Stadium it’ll go into deep detail about:

  • Paulino Alcantara’s shoes (the first Messi of 1910)
  • The history of the first FC Barcelona stadium
  • What happened during the Franco dictatorship
  • Anecdotes about the goalscorer Kubala in the 1950s
  • The construction of Camp Nou
  • Tidbits about Johan Cruijff, Maradona, Ronaldinho, and Messi

guest scoring a goal against the robokeeper on the camp nou tour in barcelona spain

This is our favorite part of the Camp Nou visit! Here you can try to beat the world’s best keeper – which is actually a robot.

Three shots cost €6 . 00 and you can pay it straight to the guy at the start of the queue.

There’s really only one way to score here, and that’s burying it Beckham-style into the top corner 😉

In fact, there’s a video online of Messi and Neymar missing – so good luck!

Oscar naturally buried his first shot, then decided to retire.

Final score: Barcelona Hacks 1 – FC Barcelona 0.

Camp Nou Visiting Hours

FC Barça stadium tour opening hours and accessibility vary depending on scheduled matches (more info below).

Once you’ve entered there is no time limit on your Camp Nou visit, as long as it’s within the opening hours.

Last entry is 90 minutes before closing time.

Entrances times are staggered every 30 minutes (9:30, 10:00, 10:30 etc.).

The stadium portion of the Camp Nou tour is closed to visitors the day of La Liga matches.

For Champion’s League matches the stadium is closed both the day before and day of the match.

In both cases only the museum and the stadium panorama (until 6 pm) remain open.

Visit Barcelona Football Stadium Hacks

  • Get there as early as possible to avoid the crowds (just after lunch is the busiest).
  • Leave 90-180 minutes for the tour depending on your football love.
  • If you want to tour Nou Camp don’t wear green if you want a picture with the pitch!
  • Bring comfortable shoes (not flip flops or heels) cuz you’ll be walking a lot.
  • If there’s a chance of rain dress accordingly (the stadium has no roof!).
  • Get the audio guide for the full experience.
  • The massive club shop has everything but watch the prices.
  • Don’t eat there – go to the best restaurants near Camp Nou .
  • If you have restricted luggage for the flight there’s an FCB shop at Duty Free.

Related : How Big is Camp Nou Stadium?

Camp Nou Match Tickets + Seating Chart

A ton of you have been asking how to buy tickets for FC Barcelona matches and I must say that first of all the city’s season ticket holders have been holding on for generations and especially for bigger matches you may be out of luck.

That said, if you’re going to find any at honest prices they’re going to be through tourist ticket giant Tiqets . You’ll find a list of matches for sale and ticket prices by clicking the button below:

The three sections available are GOL 1, 2, and 3 (behind the goal) and LATERAL 1, 2, and 3 (at midfield). The fantastic sight-lines are perfect for seeing Messi and company in action.

Here’s a map of the seats available:

Where to buy FC Barcelona tickets

How to Use your Match Tickets

If you’ve bought your Barcelona match tickets using the link above make sure you arrive at Camp Nou about 30-45 minutes in advance – or get there really early for some romantic time between you and the field before crowds arrive.

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The tickets can be printed or shown on your smart phone .

For premium matches like Real Madrid or any of the Champion’s League playoff fixtures you’ll probably find slim pickings: if you’re having trouble drop me a line at [email protected] and I’ll try to pull some strings for you!

Related : What to Do Near Camp Nou

Related : How to Get to Camp Nou

Camp Nou Stadium Tour History

By the late 1940’s rising football power FC Barcelona had outgrown the Camp de Les Corts and needed a new stadium to house all the new fans generated by star striker Ladislao Kubala .

Cue the aptly named Camp Nou (‘New Camp’).

The city broke ground on this UEFA five star stadium on March 28th, 1954.

When the last brick was laid Camp Nou had a capacity of 99,354 . The ground was set for some of the greatest teams in football history to frustrate opponents – like hated rivals Real Madrid.

Long before any tours of Camp Nou the stadium hosted the Olympics, World Cup (with 120,000 spectators including added standing tickets), the Champions League Final , and even the Pope.

A €600 million Camp Nou renovation project is currently underway – but the games go on!

So, make sure to make your Barcelona football stadium visit in 2024 count 🙂

Related : How Many Days Should I Stay in Barcelona?

Camp Nou Stadium Visit FAQ

Yes, you can visit Camp Nou by booking tickets to tour the stadium and see the Camp Nou Museum.

No, tickets for Camp Nou are not free. They must be bought for the Camp Nou Experience (museum/tour) or a match to visit.

To visit Camp Nou you can buy tour and museum tickets online, then take public transport from central Barcelona and be there in 20 minutes.

Camp Nou Stadium Tour tickets cost €26.00 for adults and €21.00 for children and seniors.

Yes, you can visit Camp Nou during renovations but it’s a restricted tour including the museum visit + access to the audiovisual space Spotify Camp Nou Live.

The best time to visit the Camp Nou is during weekdays in the morning to avoid crowds and have a quieter experience.

A typical visit to Camp Nou can last around 2 to 3 hours, including time for exploring the museum, stadium, and any additional activities.

Yes, Camp Nou is worth visiting, especially for football enthusiasts. It offers a glimpse into the history and passion of FC Barcelona, with a chance to explore its museum and stadium.

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  • January 29, 2020 at 9:02 pm Emma Pomells Firstly ... your site is incredible!!! My son is a huge Messi fan so will probably want the the whole FC barça card ticket. However as I am just tagging along, and definitely not joining in with a virtual training session, can I just buy a standard open ticket and be allowed to go wherever he goes?? Thanks Emma Reply
  • November 20, 2019 at 3:22 am spankwire The Camp Nou is the biggest football stadium in Europe, and it has been the setting for countless dramatic moments and wild celebrations. If you are a fan of FC Barcelona (or football in general) you will relish the opportunity to visit the stadium when it is empty. You will be able to enjoy getting up close to the trophy gallery and European cups while learning more about the master himself, Lionel Messi. Reply
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Camp Nou tour

Camp Nou, also known as the Barcelona Stadium, is a must-visit attraction in the city.

Two million tourists take the Camp Nou Stadium tour every year.

As part of this tour, tourists also get to visit Barcelona Football Club Museum inside the Stadium.

In this article, we explain everything you need to know before booking your Camp Nou Tour.

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Check out the video to get an idea of what to expect on the Camp Nou tour.

There is only one way to see and enjoy the greatness of Camp Nou and FC Barcelona – by going on a tour.

For visitors 11 years and above, the Camp Nou tour ticket costs €26 per person, and kids aged 4 to 10 years can get in by paying a discounted price of €20.

This Camp Nou tour ticket lets you access everything there is to see and experience at the premier Barcelona stadium.

Camp Nou tour ticket’s inclusions are:

– Away team dressing room – FC Barcelona’s chapel – Player’s tunnel – Player’s dugout – FC Barcelona Museum – Camp Nou’s Press Box – The Messi Zone

These tickets are timed – while booking, you must choose one of the many half-hour time slots available.

These Camp Nou Experience tickets are smartphone tickets, which means they get delivered to your email, and you don’t need to take printouts.

On the day of your visit, show them the ticket in your email and walk in.

Camp Nou tour price

Adult ticket (11+ years): 26 Euros Child ticket (4 to 10 years): 20 Euros Infant ticket (up to 3 years): Free entry

Ticket discounts

You can get fantastic discounts when you buy tickets for these attractions together –

Camp Nou + Sagrada Familia

Camp Nou + Barcelona Zoo

Camp Nou + Barcelona Aquarium

Visual Story : 12 must-know tips before visiting Camp Nou

Barcelona Stadium guided tour

Why online Camp Nou tickets are better

You can buy Barcelona Camp Nou tickets online, or you can buy from the ticketing window at Gate No. 9 of the Stadium.

For the best Camp Nou tour experience, we recommend you buy the tickets online.

There are four distinct advantages of booking your Camp Nou Stadium tour online.

If you decide to buy tickets for the Barca Experience from the Stadium, you must stand in a queue at the Gate No. 9 ticketing counter.

Depending on the season and time of the day, you may have to wait anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours in the line.

Camp Nou Tour Tickets

You can avoid this waiting time if you buy your tickets online.

Bonus: If for some reason, you didn’t heed to our advice and are now standing in Camp Nou’s ticketing queue, check out these interesting Camp Nou facts

Yes, you read that right – if you buy your Camp Nou tickets online, you get a discount on the ticket.

When you buy Barcelona Camp Nou tickets at the venue, you get charged 2.5 Euros extra for every ticket.

This ‘extra’ you end up paying is called the handling charge (also known as the window surcharge).

When you buy online, you don’t pay this surcharge and hence end up with a 2.5 Euros discount on every ticket.

Save money, buy Camp Nou Tour tickets online .

Tickets issued at Camp Nou have a time mentioned on them.

And you can only start your Tour Camp Nou at the time specified on your ticket.

If you don’t purchase your tickets online, these timed tickets result in additional waiting time during crowded days.

Let us explain how:

Let’s say you reach Camp Nou Stadium at 2 pm.

You stand in the queue at the ticketing counter for a half-hour and get your tickets at 2.30 pm.

But because of the crowd, the next available time slot is 3.30 pm (this time gets printed on your tickets).

Now, you will have to wait for an hour before you can start the Camp Nou Experience tour.

When you book your ticket online, you can avoid this waiting by arriving at the Camp Nou entrance in time for your tour to start.

4. No need to do research on match days

Camp Nou tour gets affected when matches are scheduled at the stadium.

When a Champions League match is scheduled, the Camp Nou tour gets affected on two days – one day before the game (for preparation) and the day of the game.

On both days, you can visit the FC Barcelona Museum, the Trophy Room, and Messi’s Zone till 3 pm.

But this is only half the experience, so we don’t recommend visiting on match days.

The Camp Nou tours get canceled when La Liga and Copa del Rey matches get scheduled.

When you buy Camp Nou tour tickets online, you can’t book on match days.

Thus, you don’t have to do your independent research on match days.

You also won’t land up at the stadium’s Gate No. 9 to buy tickets on a matchday only to be turned away.

Save yourself a lot of trouble, buy Camp Nou tickets online .

How to reach Camp Nou

Camp Nou has been FC Barcelona’s home since it was inaugurated in September 1957.

The Camp Nou stadium is in the Les Corts neighborhood of Barcelona.

There are many ways to get to Barca stadium.

Here is a map showing all the Camp Nou entrances –

Camp Nou Entrance

If you are near the Barcelona Stadium, you can walk the distance.

You should reach  Gate No. 7  or  Gate No. 9  on Avinguda de Joan XXIII if you have booked a Camp Nou tour .

Two Metro Lines take you close to Camp Nou – Line 3 and Line 5.

If you are taking Line 3, get down at Metro Station  Palau Reial  or  Les Corts .

If you are reaching Barcelona Stadium by Line 5, the closest Metro stations are  Collblanc  and  Badal  – you decide.

From each of these Metro Stations, Camp Nou is approximately 10-minutes by walk.

Bus numbers D20, H6, H8, 7, 33, 54, 56, 57, 59, 63, 67, 68, 70, 75, 78, 113, 157 & L12 pass through Camp Nou.

During Camp Nou tour hours, free parking is available for all visitors.

You must enter the Stadium via  Access 14  (Carrer Arístides Maillol).

On match days, parking is available only till four hours before the kick-off time.

If you have booked your Camp Nou tour on a match day, opt for public transport.

Save money during your Barcelona holiday. For free rides on public transport, get  Hola BCN card

Camp Nou tour hours

During the peak season of April to October, the Camp Nou Experience tour is available from 9.30 am to 7.30 pm every day.

During the rest of the year, the Barcelona FC Stadium and Museum open at 10 am and close at 6.30 pm.

*During the lean period from 9 Jan to 24 Mar and from 15 Oct to 16 Dec, on Sundays the Camp Nou Tour is only available from 10 am to 2.30 pm.

On Matchdays, Camp Nou Experience tours get canceled.

That’s why match days aren’t the best time to visit Camp Nou.

However, depending on the type of match, certain parts of the Camp Nou Stadium tour are open to the public.

Camp Nou remains closed on Christmas and New Year.

Best time to visit Camp Nou

Trophies in Barcelona FC Museum

The best time to visit Camp Nou and start your Barcelona Stadium tour is before 11 am.

The queue is short, and you can spend as much time as you want to explore the exhibits at the FC Barcelona stadium and Museum.

If you can’t make it before 11 am, the next best time is by 4 pm.

But then, you only get two and a half hours to make the most of your Tour Camp Nou.

On all days of the week, the period just after lunch sees the longest queues.

If you want to avoid the crowd, it is best to book Camp Nou tour tickets online.

Visiting this attraction close to the match days isn’t advisable because the Barcelona Camp Nou tour gets canceled.

You won’t experience long lines at the ticketing counters and the other attractions on tour during winter.

However, during these months, the Camp Nou stadium feels a bit colder than usual.

The self-guided museum tour, which is indoor, doesn’t get affected in winter.

Inside the FC Barcelona Museum you can take close shots of trophies and other memorabilia all through the day.

However, if you want to take good photographs of the stadium, the best time to visit Camp Nou is before 5 pm.

Shadows start to elongate and darken up the photographs after 5 pm.

Hint: If you plan to get photographed on the pitch, don’t wear green. You don’t want to merge with the lush green Camp Nou grass.

The Camp Nou Tour, which includes both FC Barcelona Museum and the Stadium, takes two hours.

Serious Barcelona FC fans are known to spend even up to four hours on tour.

Most of this time goes in viewing the Barcelona FC’s trophies, the various other exhibits on display, learning the club’s history, and soaking in the stadium atmosphere.

There is no time limit on the Camp Nou tour ticket – once inside, you can stay and explore till it is closing time.

What to see at Camp Nou Experience tour

Camp Nou Experience tour is a self-guided tour that takes you through everything there is to see at Europe’s finest soccer stadium.

This experience is also known as the Barcelona FC tour.

On non-match days, the Camp Nou Experience tour includes everything on offer at the world-class stadium.

This 3D show provides images and scenarios of famous football matches.

If you are visiting with kids, stop by here because they seem to love this 3D show more than adults.

This 3D show has no audio – perhaps, to cater to tourists from all nations.

You get a peek inside the away team dressing room where Ryan Gigs, David Beckham, Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, and many other legends have discussed team strategies before facing the mighty FC Barcelona.

Gods of football come to worship the real God at this Chapel before entering the pitch and facing their opponents.

The Chapel is right next to the dressing room.

This part of Tour Camp Nou is sure to give you goosebumps.

It is the same tunnel through which players such as Maradona, Johan Cruyff, Ronaldo, Romario, Ronaldhino, Xavi, and Messi walked to the pitch.

You will be standing on the spot graced by their stud-laden feet.

You can also sit on the dugout benches and do a fake warm-up as if you were going in next.

However, this part of the tour remains closed on match days, and you can only enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium.

At the Museum, you can see all the 5 Champions Leagues, 3 FIFA Club World Cups, 24 La Liga titles, and 29 Spanish Cups.

Many interactive walls take you through the glorious history of the club.

A video presentation showcases some of the biggest wins of Barcelona FC.

As part of the tour, you can explore the elegant 29-cabin Barcelona press box, which stretches for about 35 meters above the ground.

The view from the press box is one of the best.

The famous artist Miro was a Barcelona fan, and as a tribute, he has made a beautiful lithograph displayed at the club.

The painting is bound to catch the attention of art-lovers visiting the FC Barcelona stadium.

Read more such Camp Nou facts .

Lionel Messi's Golden Shoe

The club hero! The legend! The magician! No words are enough to describe this footballing maestro who grew up in this club.

In Messi’s Zone, you can see his three Golden Boots and five Ballon D’ors.

If his trophies and the prizes overwhelm you, get ready to be blown away by the continuously-running big screen display of Messi’s legendary goals.

Camp Nou tour reviews

Camp Nou is a highly rated attraction on TripAdvisor.

Its 4.5 rating makes it a top 10 tourist attraction in Barcelona.

We have selected two of the most recent Camp Nou reviews for you –

As a football lover, I was always going to love this, but my wife who is not really into football also enjoyed it.

The Museum was fascinating. The Museum is not only about the team but the part they played in Catalonian history and the differences between Catalonia and Spain.

Being able to go pitch side, see the change rooms, media boxes and walk up the tunnel to the pitch was all part of the exciting experience. – H3005MGjohna

I have been to Barcelona twice now and both times I have visited Camp Nou.

I honestly cannot describe how amazing the stadium is, I still enjoyed the tours and experiences even though I had already seen them. – Avigeektraveller

The Camp Nou Experience tour is self-guided.

You will see enough directional arrows, information boards, bright yellow barriers, etc., to direct you all through the tour.

Besides, there are security guards and attendants to guide you if you get stuck.

However, if you love lots of information, we recommend you purchase the Camp Nou audio guide.

Working the Camp Nou’s audio guides is easy.

It has two parts – a device where you can input numbers corresponding to the exhibit you are standing next to and an earphone that relays the info.

Barcelona Stadium tour’s audio guide costs 6 Euros per person, and you can buy it at the venue.

These audioguides are available in Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German and Dutch.

If you prefer you can break your Camp Nou tour for some good Spanish food at ‘Tapas 24’, or the popular Spanish fast food joint ‘Pans and Company’ or ‘Ice Rink’.

All these restaurants serve local fare.

You can’t be a soccer fan and not have a beer at Camp Nou.

That’s precisely why ‘Estrella Damm Hall’ dishes out beer and snacks for the tourists who walk in.

FCBotiga stores are the official merchandise store for Barcelona FC.

The largest of the FCBotiga stores is at Camp Nou.

At the end of the Camp Nou Stadium tour, you will be ushered into FCBotiga to pick up souvenirs.

These FCBotigas also exist in other parts of Barcelona and are excellent places to pick up gifts for friends and relatives.

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Camp Nou Stadium Tour

Visit the Camp Nou Experience : Barcelona's fantastic Camp Nou stadium and the museum of one of the most successful football clubs in the world, FC Barcelona ! Even if you're not a big football fan, the stadium tour will still impress you. During the tour, you will learn more about the club's unique story and how it represents a city, the Catalan region, and even their Catalan language. FC Barcelona is part of the identity of the Catalan people. Barça 'més que un club', meaning 'more than a club'.

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Camp Nou Experience & FC Barcelona Museum

The ticket for the Camp Nou Experience includes admittance to the museum, the impressive Camp Nou football stadium, and the interactive zone where you can experience FC Barcelona's greatest moments.

The audio guide will give you a tour of the football stadium and the FC Barcelona Museum at your own pace. You will see everything on this tour of the FC Barcelona stadium : the dressing rooms, the player tunnel, the press room, commentator boxes, and of course the Camp Nou Museum with all the major awards FC Barcelona has one. The club's list of cups includes the Champions League, the national cup 30 times, and the national championship 26 times.

During your tour, you will follow a fixed route through the stadium at your own pace. Along the way you get the chance to take photos (with a little trickery) with your favourite Barcelona football heroes. The Camp Nou Experience tour will take you about 90 minutes.

Book Camp Nou stadium tour tickets

Order tickets for the Camp Nou Experience tour online . Simply order your tickets in advance and prevent long queues at the stadium's ticket windows. Always check the times for the Barcelona stadium to avoid disappointment when this FC Barcelona stadium tour is not available.

Visit an FC Barcelona match in Camp Nou?

It's a dream come true for all football enthusiasts to attend an FC Barcelona match in the football stadium. Getting tickets is not always easy. The most convenient and reliable way to buy tickets for a football match is via the official website or via this official Barcelona Ticket Agent .

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How do you get to the camp nou stadium by metro.

The stadium can easily be reached by metro . The closest metro stop for visiting the stadium tour is metro stop 'Palau Reial' of the green metro line 3. From this stop, you only have to walk to the end of the 'Carrer de Marti i Franques' street. After 500 metres, you'll reach the entrance for the Camp Nou Experience.

An alternative stop is metro stop 'Collblanc', of metro line 5. Turn into the street 'Travessera de les Corts' and follow it for about 300 metres. However, you will still need to get to the other side of the football stadium. Go left and follow the stadium premises. This stop is a better choice if you're visiting a match of FC Barcelona, as the gates at the side will be open then.

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Visit the Iconic Camp Nou in Barcelona

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One of the most iconic sports stadiums in the world, Camp Nou is among the most popular tourist attractions in Barcelona . Home to Barcelona FC for almost 60 years, it has become arguably the world’s most famous footballing venue.

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Since its erection, the club has won more La Liga titles and more European titles than any other team in Europe’s elite. In this time, Barcelona fans have been witness to some of the best teams and individual players ever to play the game.

The city’s love affair with the club is enormous and nothing gets the Catalans more pumped up than watching their team. Visiting the stadium is a must for anyone spending time in Barcelona , and there are a few different ways to do this.

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Camp Nou Experience review: it’s not just for football fans

July 3, 2021 | Posted in: Spain

If you are a football fan then the Camp Nou Experience is a must. This tour takes you through the hallowed halls of Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain .

I was not into football before I visited Camp Nou. However, I thoroughly enjoyed my time there and I strongly believe anyone will regardless of their view on the beautiful game. Below, you can find my Camp Nou tour review.  

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For the uninitiated, Camp Nou is the FC Barcelona stadium and has been since it was completed in 1957. This enormous football stadium can seat almost 100,000 fans and is officially the biggest stadium in Europe and the third-largest in the world. On match days, the energy is electric as people from all over the globe come to spectate world-class football.

This Camp Nou experience review will detail exactly what you’re in for if you decide to go one step further than just showing up on match day and opt for all-in immersion. Take note that the cheapest and easiest way to visit Camp Nou is to choose the self-guided Camp Nou Experience . This is a fraction of the price of using an actual real-life tour guide and just as informative.

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Of course, on the Camp Nou Experience tour, you’ll spend some quality time with the pitch. This is, after all, where the magic happens. You’ll get to explore the first team dugout, the field, and the stands. It is quite the experience being able to drink this all in and imagine the legends who have walked and sat in these exact spots over the past few decades.

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You’ll also be able to visit the guest changing rooms. For some reason, you’re not allowed into the Barcelona FC changing rooms, although the audio guide suggests that they are much more impressive. As you explore the changing rooms, you can only imagine the atmosphere that is created when coaches and managers give their half-time pep talks to adrenaline-fuelled players before the game resumes.

Next up, you’ll visit the player’s tunnel, through which so many champions have walked before. The stadium will be empty when you walk through, so you’ll have to use your imagination to picture what it would be like to emerge from the tunnel to the sound of 100,000 screaming fans.

As I walked through it, I was torn between wanting to get it all on camera and knowing that photos would never do it justice. The photos don’t do it justice but at least I can look back at them and feel transported back to that time and place.

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After the tunnel, you’ll get to visit the press rooms, where press conferences take place pre and post-match. Then you’ll enter the Mixed Zone, where teams comment on their performance after the game. And, finally, you’ll head to the commentary boxes, where the commentators sit and give a running narrative as the game is underway.

The Camp Nou tour gives you a holistic view of the stadium. As you visit each part of the football stadium, your audio guide will explain its significance and give you its history along with some facts about what you can see.

The audio guide is well worth paying a bit more for as it'll help you get the most out of your Camp Nou Experience.  

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The history of the club goes back over 100 years and every big moment throughout those years is commemorated in the Museum.

The Museum steps away from the Camp Nou football stadium itself, which you have already seen in detail, and focuses on the club and its achievements. From the club’s beginning in 1899 through to the present day, FC Barcelona has won an astonishing number of trophies.

In the shiny glass cabinets that make up the bulk of the historical section of the Museum, you will see the club’s five Champions League trophies. If you’re up for it, you can have your photo taken as you hold a Champions League trophy aloft. For true football fans, this is an absolute must.

If that’s not enough, you can pick up some merchandise in the FC Barcelona shop on your way out of the Camp Nou stadium. What better way to honor the beautiful game than by taking home some club Barcelona stash. Just remember you might have a baggage allowance on your flight home (although if you do, there is an FC Barcelona shop in duty-free so you can stock up on merch there).

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It might not surprise you to know that there is a section of the Museum entirely dedicated to Lionel Messi. Often dubbed the greatest football player of all time, this player is so highly decorated he needs a whole room to display all of his awards.

This space is called the Messi Zone and within it, you can check out his trophies while all of his goals are projected on a screen in the background. Not only can you relive the glory over and over again but you can even vote on which goal you think is his finest.

There are also a number of temporary exhibitions that come and go, which are usually really interesting. Even if you’re not a museum person, this one is well worth taking the time to see properly, especially for the football fans among us.  

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It only lasts a few minutes, but the VR experience will give you a sense of what it is like to be in the Camp Nou Stadium when a game is on.

Through the virtual reality headset, you can watch the players in action, playing and training, and see the 100,000 fans cheering them along. As I said, the experience is short but sweet and worth the €6 (if it isn’t already included in your tour package) if you aren’t able to experience a matchday in the flesh.  

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You have one minute to take three shots at the robotic goalkeeper. If you score all three goals you get a prize, but don’t count on it being easy. Even Messi himself needed a few goes before he managed to beat the Robokeeper.

You can buy a ticket for the game for €5, which is a bit steep considering you literally only play for one minute. But, it is good fun and who knows, you might win a prize.  

Practical Tips for Visiting Camp Nou

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If you don’t get your Camp Nou tour tickets in advance you risk having to wait in a very long queue to get them. Plus, buying tour tickets at the door is usually more expensive (and the Camp Nou tour price is pretty hefty as it is).

The cheapest way to get Camp Nou tickets is by booking them online before you want to go. You’ll also need to choose which FC Barcelona stadium tour you want to go on. The cheapest tour is the Basic Tour, which includes a tour of Camp Nou and entry to the Museum. The tickets for this start at €26.

However, if you upgrade to the Camp Nou Tour Plus you’ll also get the audio guide and virtual experience included in the ticket price. For the Camp Nou Tour Plus, prices start at €35 and change depending on when you visit.

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If you want the Rolls Royce experience, the ultimate way to tour Camp Nou is by splashing out on the Players’ Experience Tour, which starts at a staggering €149. If that eye-watering price hasn’t already put you off, let’s have a look at what’s included in this package.

For starters, you will have an actual guide with your rather than an audio guide. Secondly, you’ll be able to view the club Barcelona changing rooms instead of just the guest changing rooms. Thirdly, you get to walk along the Camp Nou pitch and have professional photos taken of you and your pals throughout the tour. Plus, at the end of your Camp Nou experience tour, you will be gifted a memento of the day courtesy of FC Barcelona Camp Nou.  

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The easiest way to get to the stadium is to take the metro. The following three stops are the closest to Camp Nou: Les Corts (green L3), Badal (blue L5), or Collblanc (orange L9). The metro map is pretty straightforward so just work out which Camp Nou metro stop is closest to your accommodation and follow the route from there.

You can buy metro tickets from the stations or on the TMB app. There are several different types of tickets, but the best option, if you’re just in Barcelona for a short time, is the T-Casual card, which allows 10 journeys across all modes of public transport.

Alternatively, you can get single tickets as and when you need them, but these are expensive (5 single tickets costs more than the 10 tickets in one with the T-Casual card).

If you would rather travel by bus, any of the following buses will get you to Camp Nou: 50, 54, 57, 70, 75, D20, H8, H10 and V3. Take note that buses can get stuck in traffic and therefore generally take longer than the metro, so factor that into your travel time.  

First of all, make sure you give yourself enough time to experience the Camp Nou stadium tour and the museum without feeling rushed. The whole thing can take up to three hours so allocate yourself that much time. If you finish early that’s fine, it’s better than not having enough time for what will probably be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

I spent two hours exploring the stadium and museum and I’m not even a football fan. I can only imagine how long a hardcore fan might spend there.

You should aim to get there nice and early to avoid the crowds and the midday heat. This is Spain, remember – it can get very hot at lunchtime, especially in the summer months. Also, the earlier you get there, the longer you have to explore the stadium and museum. There is no time limit!

I know I have said this before but it bears repeating: buy the audio guide. It makes a whole world of difference and it is just a one-off expenditure. It gives so much context to your stadium tour that you will come away from the Camp Nou Stadium feeling like an expert and that you really had an immersive experience.

Don’t wear green if you want your photo taken on the pitch. Apparently the green of the grass swallows up anything else that is green and you will find your torso is absent from your snaps.

Take a snack and water with you. If you’re going to spend three hours on the tour and in the museum, you want to make sure you are well fed and watered. You’ll feel rubbish if you didn’t get to view certain bits because your rumbling stomach made you cut the tour short.

Tickets for the stadium tour are digital but it never hurts to print them out anyway just in case. There have been instances where digital tickets have not been accepted for whatever reason. Plus, if your phone dies then it's game over and you won’t be able to get in.

You should also know that you cannot do a Camp Nou tour if it is a match day. All of the tour facilities close when a game is underfoot, understandably. When you are booking your tickets they won’t let you book if there is a game on that day.

If you want to see a match and do the tour you will have to make two separate visits to the stadium and you will have to pay for the two excursions separately. Buying a ticket to view a game doesn’t give you access to the museum or the club rooms etc.  

FC Barcelona Camp Nou is not just for the football-crazy and it is more than just a place to watch a match. Camp Nou is one of the world’s most famous football stadiums and is home to a club that is internationally recognized as one of the best in the world. Some view football as a religion, others couldn’t care less, but everyone should check out the Camp Nou stadium and museum while they are in Barcelona.

This review has gone into details about everything you can see and do at the football stadium on the Camp Nou Experience tour, but it doesn’t compare to visiting in real life. Of course, if you truly love football then your ultimate goal will be to see a match at Camp Nou.

However, if the tickets are out of your price range or there simply aren’t any available, this tour still gives you the chance to view the Camp Nou stadium and all the achievements of the club without breaking your bank.

All in all, this is a top-notch experience for people of all ages – and it is something a little different from what you might usually do on a city break. There are always churches to visit and art galleries to admire , but a fully immersive stadium tour is far more unique. So, grab your tickets and head over to Camp Nou so you can review the experience for yourself.  

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Catherine says

I am not a football fan at all, but seeing the backstage areas sounds fascinating! Definitely an experience :)

It really was fascinating. Also because there was some music being played in the different rooms and you really felt like you were there when things were happening.

Gran Canaria Local says

We are football fans, but definitely not Barça supporters. We did go to the Camp Nou to watch a CL tie between FC Barcelona and Chelsea, however. It was a 2-1 win to the home side but Chelsea triumphed 4-2 in the return. Happy nights. It’s sad that there’s so much obsession over Barça and Real Madrid across the whole of Spain, however. It would be great if everybody followed their local team a little more closely.

I won’t get into which team to support, those are dangerous grounds :D

The Guy says

Great to hear you enjoyed the experience Sofie even though you are not a fan. I guess this must be one of the if not THE most popular tourist attraction for the city. Did you get chance to attend a game as well to see what the full experience was like?

I’ve done the odd stadium tour but never this place. I must admit it is great to have that experience of going down the tunnel.

Hey Guy, there was no game scheduled for the time we were there, so we didn’t get to see one. Otherwise we would’ve tried to get tickets:)

Rashaad says

I’m a football fan but not an FC Barcelona fan. That said, the Camp Nou certainly seems like an amazing place to visit.

It’s quite impressive indeed.

Tim | UrbanDuniya says

Very interesting! It seems like the type of place which is interesting for so many other reasons. Now I’m wishing I had gone there when I visited Barcelona last year!

You can always go back:)

Nadine Delaney says

What a wonderful blog, I really enjoyed reading your experience at Camp Nou. You are absolutely correct with your title. You don’t have to be a football fan to enjoy your time at the camp. Loved your pictures as well.

Here’s my article on the Camp Nou experience.

Thanks Nadine! Sorry, I don’t allow promotional links in the comments to stop spammers. You always have the option to leave a url in the information field when you comment:)

Thank you very much for this charming and enriching blog. I agree with you that the site is not just for soccer fans :)

I’m happy you think so too :)

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FC Barcelona Museum Camp Nou Experience Tour

Updated Aug 28 2023

The FC (‘Futbol Club’) Barcelona Museum is one of the most-loved museums in Barcelona by tourists and locals alike, making it an almost must-see visit during your stay. Every year it is voted in the top 10 most visited attractions in the city.

In the museum you’ll be able to see various trophies that Barça has won over the years, as well as all sorts of memorabilia relating to the team and its most well-known players.

Camp Nou Experience Tour visit and tickets

Camp Nou Experience tickets can be bought in the ticket office at the museum itself , which can be reached through Doors 7 and 9 of the stadium. You might like to consider buying tickets online ; in doing this you’ll avoid the queues that tend to form at the box office which can become long at busy times.

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Includes a visit to the F.C. Barcelona Museum

Includes a tour of the Camp Nou stadium

Priority Access

The Camp Nou Experience includes entry to the museum , to the Camp Nou stadium itself, and to the multimedia zone . Wherever possible, we recommend that you don’t visit on match days, because on these days the museum’s opening times are affected, and access to the tour of the Camp Nou is limited – and this is the most important part of the experience!

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The Camp Nou Experience Tour takes between an hour and a half and two hours . If you wish, you can accompany your visits to both the Camp Nou and to the museum with an audio guide in various languages (Spanish, Catalan, English , French, Italian, Portuguese, German and Dutch, Russian). This is a great help to discover the history of the club’s memorabilia, as well as giving you more information about some of the corners of the stadium.

The FC Barcelona Store Through the same door that leads to the ticket office, you can also access the FC Barcelona Store, which is well worth a visit along with the stadium itself, the Camp Nou Experience and the multimedia zone. Here you’ll be able to buy all of FC Barcelona’s official merchandise .
The ‘Futbol Club Barcelona’ Museum The visit to the museum will enable you to discover the history of this club, which was founded over 100 years ago. You’ll see firsthand their numerous trophies , the uniforms that their players have worn over the years, some of the best images and videos of the club in action, and through the visit you’ll also gain a great insight into the club’s philosophy.

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The tour of the Camp Nou The Camp Nou tour opens the doors to the VIP Presidential Box , to the press area , including where the press interviews take place, to the permanent TV set in the stadium, to the changing rooms and to the tunnel where the players line up before entering the stadium. Note that access to Barça’s changing room isn’t possible, because the players store some of their personal belongings there, but you will be able to see the away team’s facilities.
Multimedia Zone The multimedia zone features screens of many sizes, showing some of the most magical moments in FC Barcelona’s history . You’ll also be able to hear the team’s official anthem, which is translated into over 30 languages in the vast final display, which is over eight metres long.

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If you live in Barcelona and you’re Barça fans but not season ticket holders, or if you’re visiting Barcelona and your stay in the city coincides with one of F.C. Barcelona’s home games at the Camp Nou, you shouldn’t miss out on the opportunity to buy tickets for the match.

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You can buy your tickets via our website and through one of F.C. Barcelona’s official partners, and you’ll be able to choose between the various seating areas. Once you’ve made your purchase, you just need to follow the instructions that you’ll be given to access the stadium on match day.

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Map of the Football Club Barcelona Stadium and surroundings

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Opening Hours

09:30-19:30 from 2 April to 15 October, and 10:00-18:30 the rest of the year. 31st December, and all Sundays and Public Holidays: 10:00-14:30 (The Nou Camp tour closes an hour before the museum closes).

On Champions League home match days: 10:00-15:00 (museum and multimedia zone only, note that the Camp Nou tour doesn’t take place on match days).

Closed: 25th December and 1st January.

Entry price

General admission: €26.

Concessions: 20€ for children aged 6-13, people over the age of 70, large families with accreditation, students and groups.

Free entry: children under the age of 6.

There is a discount on the price of tickets when it’s not possible to do the Camp Nou stadium tour, for example on match days.

How to get there

Metro: Palau Reial (line 3) and Collblanc (line 5).

Buses: lines 7, 33, 50, 54, 75, 113, 157, D20, H6, H8, H10, L50, L62 and Barcelona tourist bus .

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Tips to Prepare for your Camp Nou Tour

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Whether you are a huge Barça fan or not, going on a Camp Nou tour is one of the most fascinating things to do in Barcelona .

If you are spending 1 day in Barcelona you may not prioritize the club, but if you have four days or more , or are a huge football fan, I am sure this will be on your list.

Since 1968, FC Barcelona motto has been “Mes que un club”, which translates into More than just a club, and this sentence embodies the philosophy and spirit of the club and hints at the fact that you are not only going to learn about football if you go on a tour of Camp Nou.

Visiting Camp Nou is learning more about one of the oldest, most popular, wealthiest and well-known sports clubs in the world, and also learning a bit more about Catalonia and Barcelona.

Plus, what about seeing Europe’s largest stadium which can accommodate almost 100,000 people through a pair of virtual reality goggles? 

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Or seeing the changing rooms where the players get ready before every match (Pst: there are jacuzzis and secret exhibits in there too)?

Have you ever wondered how a football game is broadcasted and where the journalists sit? Or how the players get into the stadium?

In this article, you are going to learn everything you need to know to prepare for your Camp Nou Tour and, if you fancy, a bit of background on the club and its history by the hands of a fierce “culer” (that’s how we call Barça fans and it alludes to butts – more on that later) who has been to the stadium dozens of times to watch the games live.

Let’s get started, shall we?

Tips for your Camp Nou Tour 

Hundreds of thousands of people visit Camp Nou every year, exactly 1,7 million, and the precinct can become pretty crowded. However, despite its popularity, I found that there isn’t that much detailed information out there about what to expect on a Camp Nou tour, so I wanted to give you a few tips to make the most of it. 

Consider these hacks to avoid crowds and make the most of your visit.

1. Don’t just show up

Sitting at the press room during the Camp Nou Players experience tour

Many people show up at the stadium without much thought. If you do that, you will only be able to visit the museum or go on a self-guided tour, or might have to wait for the next available tour. Maybe not even that, because it can be sold out.

If you then want to join one of the VIP experiences, you will not be able to as those need to be booked ahead. 

Don’t get me wrong, the museum is great and gives you a lot of insight into the club, Catalonia and football. But the club now offers some amazing experiences that show you the changing room, the media space, the player’s tunnels, etc. and it would be a shame to miss them . 

I really enjoyed my Players Experience Tour which includes some of the closed-off backstage parts of the stadium only open to the players and the team. 

But there are several other tour options at more affordable prices and which are equally amazing. Check out below the list of Camp Nou tour options.

The above table lays out the details of all the Camp Nou tours but I wanted to tell you a bit more about the two premium experiences because they are quite unique.

The Match day tour takes place on the day of a La Liga match and because of this, you will get the chance to see the press room ready with all the cameras and the media space filled with the journalists waiting to start broadcasting the game.

To note that if you want to visit the stadium on match days, you can ONLY do it with this tour, other than that, only the museum will be open when there is a game.

This is a very unique experience to see what goes behind the scenes at one of the largest stadiums in the world and for one of the most popular sports globally. The experience is pretty exciting. You will also be shown to the VIP area for those with premium tickets and will get a personalized pass and a gift.

Walk and touch the grass during the Players Experience Camp Nou tour

The Player’s experience tour is the one I took and it is really cool. What makes this one more amazing than the rest is the chance to see the changing room of the Barça players. This is the most sacred part of the stadium and is off-limits to anyone but the players, unless you are an exclusive participant on this tour.

It is also the only tour that affords you the chance to walk along the pitch, not in the small section that everyone gets to see but also along the empty part only open to the tour participants (like in the picture above). You can also sit in, not just see, the press zone and take a photo as if you were the club’s manager (like mine at the top).

FC Barcelona changing rooms

Another great add-on (which you can also buy separately with any other tour) is a souvenir photo with the players behind. This tour also includes the virtual reality goggles which are pretty cool if you have never been to a game, you put them on and see the stadium full, on match day, as if you were a spectator!

2. Don’t miss watching a game live

It doesn’t matter if you are a huge football fan or have never watched a match in your life, Camp Nou is an experience like no other and seeing 100,000 people cheer on the team and chant is magical, no matter how much you love or hate football.

Camp Nou is one of the largest stadiums in the world, for years it was just the second-largest after Maracana in Brazil now after the one in North Korea , it is also the largest in Europe. 

Long gone are the days of standing areas in the goals where the ultra-right Boixos Nois (our version of hooligans) would stand and chant relentlessly, now all tickets are seated and Camp Nou is about to engage in a massive refurbishment of the stadium called Future Camp Nou.

Don’t miss the chance to see the world’s greatest team play live (ok I might be a bit biased but many agree with my statement). 

How to get tickets?

Getting tickets to see FC Barcelona play live is really easy. However, bear in mind that games against eternal rivals Real Madrid or FC Espanyol are usually sold out weeks ahead and pretty pricey. 

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3. Use the Turistic bus

Camp Nou in the middle of Les Corts district

Most visitors to Barcelona don’t realize that Camp Nou is pretty far from the city center and that there is little to do or see around it, and so a visit is a dedicated effort just for the Camp Nou tour. But don’t let this deter you, be smart and make the most of it.

To make the most of your trek to Camp Nou, and hit some of the Gaudi Barcelona landmarks and other Barcelona attractions that are on the way, use the Hop on Hop off Bus Turistic which has a line that covers Camp Nou . 

The Blue line stops at other places in the periphery of Barcelona such as Park Guell, the tram stop for Tibidabo amusement park, the Monestir de Pedralbes with the largest Gothic cloister in the world and the Guell Pavilions (near another Gaudi sight) from where you can walk down to the stadium as I did.

Book the hop on hop off bus here .

See the next point on this list to read about the sights you can visit on your way to Camp Nou.

4. Don’t miss the Gaudi sites near Camp Nou

As I was telling you, there isn’t much to see or do near Camp Nou. 

The stadium is in the Les Corts neighborhood which is a primarily working neighborhood with lots of offices, hospitals and the faculties of the University of Barcelona but with few of the traditional tourist attractions. 

However, there are a couple of places worth checking out if you come all the way for a Camp Nou tour , and some of the Gaudi Barcelona sights.

The first one is Monestir de Pedralbes, at the top of Av. Pedralbes. This stunning medieval monastery in the city has the world’s largest cloister and offers audio guides that are super interesting. 

After a visit, you could wait for the next Turistic bus to go down Av. Pedralbes, but you might as well walk, this is a steep tree-lined avenue that goes down all the way to Camp Nou and makes for a pleasant walk. 

On the way, stop at the Guell Pavilions dragon gate which is the next stop on the Bus Turistic. Go check the scary and quite unique wrought iron gate. The pavilions are closed to the public for renovation (they are in pretty bad shape) but the gate is extraordinary.

Then cross Av. Pedralbes and check out one of the least known Gaudi works, the entrance to a former estate that is now a condominium. Walk along Carrer Manel Girona (sharing a name with the city Girona ) away from Av. Pedralbes until you see it on your left, you can’t miss it because there is a small statue of Gaudi himself.

Before you leave, stop by the gardens of the Palau Reial, the residence of the royal family in Barcelona, that is not used much since the King is not welcome to the city. This park used to be part of the Guell Estate and was donated to the King before Guell’s death.

5. Avoid the crowds

The stadium during wintertime

When I was preparing for my tour, I knew that Barça and Camp Nou were popular, especially since tours started to be offered in 2016. I have been to see the games dozens of times as my dad has seats and my entire family are members.

Plus, living abroad, I always got stopped at immigration by eager officers keen to mention the names of the popular Barça football player of the time. Barça is a universal brand.

I knew people loved Barça, in Catalonia and in the rest of the world. The club has over 150,000 (paying) members who contribute every year to making the club great and the many fantastic players we have had through the years have made Barça even more famous than it already was.

But its popularity goes beyond anyone’s wildest dreams and over 1,7 million people visit Camp Nou every year. In the summertime, the area around the stadium is crowded with people taking selfies with Cruyff’s statue.

I visited last in the winter when it was calmer, and there were still many visitors taking funny selfies and photos imitating the player’s moves in front of the stadium.

To make your visit more enjoyable, I highly recommend coming early in the morning or later in the evening . Check the opening times of the museum and the tours and come before that to take photos of the exterior. 

Bonus points if you can travel to Barcelona in the winter when you can even be lucky and enjoy one of the VIP Player’s Experience tours almost privately for your travel party only. 

6. Decide if you should come on match day

Camp Nou mosaics

Have you ever wondered what 100,000 screaming excited fans sound like? 

The quick answer is: loud. 

It would definitely be more exciting to visit Camp Nou on game day, particularly if you visited close to the time of a match. Seeing the fans get to the stadium and hearing them cheer on from outside would be electric.

However, tours are not available on match day and the museum and panoramic viewpoints close 3h before the game , so if you are around the stadium there will be little for you to do. The situation is even worse on Champion’s game day when the entire area is closed for the day.

Check the schedule before turning up.

Pro tip : If you are booking tickets for tours online ahead of time, you won’t be able to select match days so you can easily avoid disappointment if you plan ahead.

7. Allow for enough time at the museum

Barça’s trophies at the Camp Nou Museum

Barça Museum is a full-fledged museum split into several spaces and across two floors that was inaugurated in 2010. There is a lot to see and a lot to read so if you are a Barça or football fan, you can easily spend an hour or longer there.

It would be a pity not to allow for enough time in your tour of Camp Nou to see everything . But if you are pressed for time, here are a few highlights you can’t miss.

The history of Barça is told through exhibits and interactive screens. If you didn’t know, this is the second oldest football club in Spain (after Seville) and one of the oldest football clubs in the world, founded by a German migrant, Mr. Gamper, in 1898, 40 years after the first football club was founded in the UK .

Find the exhibit that explains why Barça fans are called culers. Did you know this was our nickname? 

That is right. Barça is more than just a Club and for Catalans, it is a symbol of our history and identity. The word culer comes from cul and refers to the fans’ bums. 

Some of the exhibits, objects and interactive screens at Camp Nou Museum 01

This is because, in the 1920s, when the club started to expand in fans, the small stadium in Carrer Industria, became too small and when the seats were not enough, fans would sit on the wall that surrounded the stadium. From outside, passers-by would only see their asses and so they started to call them culers. 

The museum has all of Barça’s trophies won through the years, there are some that are several decades old and even a few that were awarded by Franco like the Copa del Generalisimo (which has been replaced by the King’s Cup), now a relic that reminds us of the 40 years of dictatorship that ended in 1975.

Some of the club’s most emblematic and historical objects are on display at the museum, many donated by the players themselves. 

For example, you can see Ronald Koeman ’s boots when he scored the goal that gave Barça the first Champions League Cup in 1992, I still remember that day and get emotional every single time I think of it! Or look out for legendary Maradona’s shirts. 

Messi’s Ballon d’Or collection

Of course, all of Messi’s Ballon d’Or collection, he already has 6, the most any player ever got, the last one was awarded in 2019 . Since his football career is nearing the end, this may be the last one he wins. Messi has a space dedicated to him at the museum.

The other person to have a dedicated space is Johan Cruyff . He died in 2016 and is one of the club’s most beloved players and coaches. Here you can see many of his famous quotes and contributions to Barça as a player and as a coach. 

Outside the stadium is a statue in his honor and the new stadium in Sant Joan Despi with his name is the new home for the second team and the women’s team.

Barça also owns several art pieces by famous Catalan painters such as Dali and Miro dedicated to the club for its 75th anniversary and which are on display at the museum. Can you spot them?

8. Browse the shop, it has amazing stuff

Barça megastore at Camp Nou

Ok, I am a huge Barça fan, and an even bigger Catalanist, but I may not necessarily care too much about football in general, or sports for that matter.

So why am I suggesting to browse a sports shop?

It sounds strange, I know, but the shop is really amazing, it is impossible to leave without buying something. If you are a compulsive shopper, you might want to run for the hills at the end of your tour and avoid the store altogether. 

If you can, stop by, there are a lot of cool items, branded Barça merchandising and such, but also many really awesome sports clothes and apparel. And the store’s design is pretty cool .

9. Check out Tapa 24

Tapas 24 at Camp Nou

If all the touring around Camp Nou opened your appetite, I can highly recommend a stop at Tapas 24 by Carles Abellan . 

The Michelin awarded chef’s casual tapas bar in Camp Nou (he has several other outlets in the city) is a great place to savor amazing tapas. I am a big fan of his work and have enjoyed it at various places including W Hotel Barcelona. 

On top of traditional dishes, Abellan has several signature dishes that elevate the humble tapas to another level.

You will find the usual suspects which he has perfected like bomba, patatas bravas, ous estrellats (broken fried eggs) and fried calamari rings (so soft they melt in your mouth). And then variations on classics like the potato omelet with jabugo ham, the bikini with truffle or the crispy cereal breaded chicken nuggets that are so delicious. Make sure to order bread with tomato to go with the meal. 

A great way to end your visit to Camp Nou for sure. 

Pro tip : Come here at vermouth time (12pm to 2pm) to honor the local tradition of enjoying a glass of vermouth (or any other drink) with some olives, potato chips and anchovies.

A brief history of Camp Nou

Camp Nou badge and stadium

Now that you have read all the tips for the best Camp Nou tour, what about learning a bit more about the stadium and the club before your visit?

As I mentioned before, the stadium’s name translates, simply, to New Stadium, Grounds or Field (the word camp means lots of things in Catalan). 

This was not the original name, the stadium opened in 1957 at the height of Franco’s regime, as Estadi del FC Barcelona or FC Barcelona Stadium as ratified in the 1965 referendum. 

This was a rather generic name that was the result of the political situation at the time. The club wanted to name it after its founder, Joan Gamper, but the political establishment, and Franco in particular, would not have approved of a pro-Catalonia, liberal, foreigner and Protestant man’s name to be used and expressed its dislike towards the choice of name. 

In time, the fans started to refer to it as Camp Nou, because it was a new field built in Les Corts, and the name stuck. I have always heard this name and I am a child of the 80s. 

Eventually, in the 2000-2001 season, a new referendum was carried out and the name Camp Nou was officially approved. 

Camp Nou has been one of the largest stadiums in the world in terms of capacity for many years. It used to be second after Maracana in Rio, before this one was modernized and its size reduced drastically to just over 78,000 for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. 

Camp Nou stadium seen from the media box

Today, it remains the second-largest football stadium after the one in Pyongyang. It is also still the largest in Europe seating almost 100,000 fans when full.

This large size, 110mx73m, the maximum legally allowed, was a deliberate decision aimed at making the strong defensive strategies of its adversaries more difficult and it is said to have also had an influence in Barça’s football style, never a defensive club.

Camp Nou has evolved through the years and it has expanded and then slightly retracted in the number of seats when the standing positions were removed. 

It is now in the process of undergoing a major renovation which will be completed in 2025 and has been planned to happen while the stadium continues to be in use. Quite a feat if you consider the major work that will take place.

An introduction to Barça’s history

The player’s corridor to access the field at Camp Nou

All major football clubs have a long history often intertwined with the local town or city they belong to but FC Barcelona’s history is a very unique one because of its origins and its structure.

FC Barcelona was founded by Swiss Hans Gamper, locally known for his translated Catalan name, Joan Gamper, and his expat friends in 1899 when the sport was starting to take off across Europe. 

When he arrived from Switzerland for professional reasons he started to play football with some friends and eventually decided to found the club of which he would be the coach and president for many years.

As an immigrant to Catalonia, Gamper wanted the club to have a lot of the values that represented the city, a place that was thriving at the time: democracy, universality and a love for sports in general, not just football. He also gave the club the city’s emblems.

These same values have been preserved until today and make the club very different from other sports institutions.

FC Barcelona’s club structure is unique in the world of elite football. The club is a real club, meaning it is run by its members. Anyone can become a member by paying an annual fee, and this gives you the right to vote at the general elections and in other matters. All members are the same.

Huge screens display Barça’s history

Barça stands strong with almost 150,000 paying members, each with a valid and individual vote to decide the club’s future, approve its budget and elect its President. 

Unlike other well-known clubs in the French and British leagues who are owned by millionaires and companies, Barça is owned by its fans. It always has been and always will be. It is self-financed and it is not at the mercy of an individual. All its profits are reinvested, never paid out to shareholders.

In case you didn’t know, for many years, Barça carried the UNICEF logo on its t-shirt, not because the charity was a sponsor of the club, but because the club donated to the charity. Since 2006 , Barça has contributed over EUR15 million to projects run by UNICEF.

After its foundation, the club struggled to find a stadium for many years, land was scarce as a result of the city’s expansion and development (these were the years of Sagrada Familia , Casa Batllo , La Pedrera and Eixample). 

In the 1910s, it finally managed to open a stadium in Carrer Industria and the first victories against Madrid, interest in football and in the club increased. 

Fans started to congregate at the Canaletes Fountain to see the result of the games announced on the board outside the newspaper kiosks, a tradition that has been maintained, not to watch the results, widely available on the radio and TV, but to celebrate the club’s triumphs.

Canaletes Fountain

Today’s badge was also designed then, with the Catalan flag and the cross of Saint Jordi, Patron Saint of Catalonia, and the colors of the club.

Barça’s importance and victories continued to expand and a new stadium in Les Corts, where it is today, was built in 1922. Spanish La Liga started in 1929 and Barça won the first year. 

The 1930s were dark in Barça’s history with the Republic, the Spanish Civil War and the assassination, by Franco, of the club’s President Sunyol, a Catalan MP, for opposing the regime. The Joan Gamper committed suicide. Franco’s troops also dropped a bomb on the stadium that destroyed it.

During Franco’s times, Barça struggled but remained a core element of Catalan culture and heritage. In the 50s, it saw bright years thanks to Hungarian player Kubala, a beloved football hero that brought home many titles. In 1957, Camp Nou opened as the largest stadium in Europe, a top spot it has maintained.

Towards the end of Franco’s dictatorship, Barça started to thrive again. It was in 1974, for the 75th anniversary of the club, that the anthem was written and many members of the Catalan society (Dali, Miro, Tapies) came to celebrate and donated pieces. Cruyff was also signed on as a player.  

Miro’s painting for FC Barcelona

When Franco died, Camp Nou first displayed the largest amount of Catalan flags since the Civil War. One month after his death, against R. Madrid, the stadium was colored in yellow and red. 

With democracy, Barça entered into its golden period, stars like Diego Armando Maradona, President Núñez, the Dream Team of the 1990s who finally won the club’s first Champion’s League in 1992 at Wembley Stadium. Cruyff’s last words to the players before jumping on the field that day, “Go out and enjoy it”, are inscribed at the bottom of his statue outside Camp Nou.

Today, Barça is a club with fans all over the world. It is the wealthiest club in the world by revenues, over EUR800 Million in 2019 , 10% more than the next club on the list, Real Madrid. 

It is also one of the top-2 football clubs with the largest number of social media followers (when all social media platforms are included beyond just IG, Facebook and Twitter FC Barcelona may overtake Real Madrid), more than the entire NFL league . 

The club’s prominence gives a voice to Catalonia’s political aspirations and its rivalry with Real Madrid reaches a climax every season in two games that are some of the most-watched in the world with the new timetable earlier in the day in recent years accounting for the growing Asian fan base of both clubs. 

I have visited 120+ countries and traveled extensively for work and pleasure in Africa where the club has fierce fans, and the love for the club does not understand of politics or history, it is the pure love for beautiful football played with grace and elegance.

Barça’s “Mes que un club” motto

Barça’s motto written on the seats of Camp Nou

If you ever watched a Barça game, it is likely that you will have seen the club’s motto somewhere on the stadium or even on the colorful mosaics that fill the seats in key matches. 

“Mes que un club” translates to More than just a club and it alludes to the club’s links to Catalonia and Catalan traditions, history and heritage, and to its commitment to sports at large. 

The motto was first coined by the club’s president in 1968 and it has stuck. It is the closest way to express what the club means for the region and for its people and it is generic enough that it could survive Franco’s regime censure.

On its website and the museum, Barça states that the motto means “We are more than a team of great stars, we are more than a stadium full of dreams, we are more than the goals we’ve scored and more than the trophies that we’ve won throughout our history”.

Barça is much more than the famous football club that most people will recognize it for. It is the several other sports at which the club excels at such as hockey, basketball or the women’s teams. 

It is the youth academy, the 18th-century farmhouse La Masia , now 40 years old , where many of Barça’s famous players (including Messi) started, and where Barça’s values of HEART are taught. 

Barça is also the many international football academies across the world (including Singapore where my partner’s daughter learned to play football) where girls and boys learn to play the sport.

The club is more than sports, it is a symbol of Catalan cultural identity, a political and historical referent for Catalonia, our ambassador in the world, and the place where the Catalan flag has always been raised and flown freely, even during Franco’s dictatorship. 

It was during that time that Camp Nou became one of the few places where people could speak Catalan in public. Franco banned the use of the language and repressed our heritage but he could never appease the fans on their own turf. 

Barça’s anthem written on the walls of the player’s tunnel

The stadium was too big and there were too many fans for the Guardia Civil to take action, so they would stay outside and not come in. People felt safe, and they felt this was the only place where they could be among equal Catalanists even if grand displays of Catalan identity at the stadium only started in the 70s with loudspeaker announcements using again the Catalan language.

In more recent times, Barça continues to be a political symbol of Catalonia. Famous players such as Pique, husband of Shakira , is regularly seen at rallies with his two sons (and probably wife, although hidden from the cameras) in support of Catalonia’s independence. 

Shakira herself shot the 2014 video clip for Empire , one of her most popular songs, against the background of famous holy Montserrat Mountain , where the statue of Our Lady of Montserrat, Patron Saint of Catalonia, is. 

Guardiola, first a player under Cruyff and later coach, called for people to go to the polling stations during the 2017 referendum and was seen as a major proponent of the Catalan independence vote.

At every game, on minute 17, the stadium erupts in chants for Independencia, recalling the year 1714 when Catalonia lost its independence and identity during the War of Secession, the beginning of the region’s struggle for recognition. 

If you visit Camp Nou, I hope that you will also feel this motto during your tour.

This would make a great addition to your Barça boards!

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Camp Nou Tour Review: My Experience At The Club That’s ‘More Than A Club’

by Jub | Jul 12, 2018

Whether you like football or not, almost everyone is familiar with Futbol Club Barcelona.

ground level camp nou

Pretty stoked to on the ground level of Camp Nou!

I remember being surprised at seeing FC Barcelona seat covers on scooters in Thailand & In India, one of the easiest ways to get kids talking is to simply ask ‘Messi or Ronaldo?’

I prefer rugby over football. But visiting Camp Nou, the stadium, and home of FC Barcelona? That’s exciting.

My two biggest questions going into the tour were:

Why do people all over the world choose to support Barcelona Football?

How does football fit into the culture of Barcelona?

There are three sections in this Camp Nou tour review. My experience at the stadium, an FAQ and my answers to the questions above.

My Camp Nou Tour Review

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A view of Camp Nou using my iPhone fish lense from Pixter

I knew the tour was popular, but even on a midday afternoon you could have placed me in the middle of La Rambla and I’d believe you. She was crazy busy.

Thankfully people book tickets online, so the queue for tickets was short.

Passing through the gate, I picked up the audio tour for €5. In general audio guides are a good value decision.

There’s is an option to get a private guided tour, but that was an expensive option , especially as I went on my own (in a group it would beok)

I’ve had guides when visiting Denver’s Mile High Stadium and Melbourne’s MCG and they made the experience 23x better through their epic storytelling.

Any how after a few cash cow photo ops (no obligation to buy), I started the tour in the museum. Wow, the place was chaotic. With so many people and lots to see I was flustered.

After doing a walk through I figured out how the audio guide worked. The little microphone signs were camouflaged on the tables (a minor inconvenience).

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The tunnel connecting you too the museum, once you buy pass the photos

The first thing I noticed when entering (besides the crowd) was the trophies. So many trophies! They’ve been a club striving for excellence from the start that’s for sure.

The audio tour starts off by following the eight or so large tables featuring photos and text (in English, Spanish and Catalonian) highlighting special moments from the clubs history. The audio guide is like a concise version of the important parts of each decade (there is a lot of text on the tables). You’ll also seem some cool bits and pieces of memorabilia at the end of each table.

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A glimpse into the amount of people you can expect at the stadium

There is a big interactive screen where you can play around with different sections and highlights from the club. I didn’t spend any time here, there was always a tonne of people.

After you’ve learned all about the history, the next stage has yet more trophies from both football and other sports the club represents like hockey and basketball. There are also some other bits and pieces, jerseys and large photos of legendary Barca teams.

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A couple of special moments in FC Barcelona history

Then you get to Messi. He may well be Argentinian but Barcelona have well and truly adopted him. You can see what I believe are replicas of his personal trophies he continues to collect in a dedicated corner. A nice touch!

messi stand

A wicked image of Messi, replica golden boot in the front. Can you see the tourist?

After the museum you get to the stadium. Highlights include seeing:

  • views of the field from three vantage points
  • the press room
  • the changing rooms
  • three areas to have a bite to eat and a drink
  • foosball tables
  • being able to walk through the tunnel, passing the church

camp nou church along the tunnel

I found the church so random! Guess a quick prayer before game time never hurt anyone?

The great thing about the tour was not being forced through from one section to the next, you can take your time and chill. Insert cheesy quotes intended to make the hair on your arms stand up.

media room and changing rooms.

Left: Media room, where the interviews go down. Right: Changing rooms.

The media room and changing rooms are cool to see, but you only need to take a quick photo out of obligation. These are two areas where guides are great. So many great stories come from both of these places.

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Looking towards one end of the field from the ground floor

halfway line camp nou

On the halfway line, would love to be here in game!

My favourite view, of course, would have to be from the sideline. Looking up at the stadium, while you can never grasp the atmosphere, you can put your imagination to good use. Also, nice branding by Nike and Qatar, I’ll always associate them with Barcelona with their large logos on the stadium seats. There is a place where you can have a bite to eat and drink just above this section too, why not prolong the view just above the playing field?

barcelona FC press room

No the worst view to write live updates from

The other great view is from high up in the press room. It’s always a tight squeeze up there but most seats offer an excellent view over the top of the stadium. Unfortunately, I totally forgot to use my audio guide through these sections, but again, a cost-effective guide option is perfect for these areas.

The other view is immediately after coming out of the museum tour, it’s a nice spot to sit for a while in the stands. Purely by view quality, the other two are better.

9 Fun Facts About FC Barcelona & Camp Nou I Learned From My Tour

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Camp Nou Fisheye view from where the press sit

  • The colours of Barcelona are officially known as blue and claret (I associate claret with a head cut so that’s fun).
  • Barcelona had their first star player in Paulino Alcantara (Philippines) scoring 357 goals in 357 matches (debuted in 1911-12). It was said his kick could rip the net due to its power.
  • Swiss Hans Gamper founded the club in 1899, putting an advert in a magazine asking if people wanted to form a team.
  • The 1968 Spanish Cup Final is known as ‘The Bottle Final’ as spectators threw bottles at Barca players near the end of the game that Barca won 1-0 over rivals Madrid.
  • In 1973 the club reinstated their official name, Futbol Club Barcelona.
  • Barcelona has gotten involved in the politics of Catalonia from time to time. In 1977 former club President Montal pledged support of re-establishing the Catalan government.
  • The clubs anthem, Cant del Barça, was written by Jaume Picas and Josep M. Espinàs to celebrate the clubs 75th Anniversary.
  • During the 1950’s, club membership numbers doubled from 26,000 to over 52,000 members.
  • Camp Nou opened in 1957, taking three years to build.

And that is just 9! You’ll learn so much on the tour.

FAQ About The Camp Nou Experience

A few questions I can see being asked regularly about visitng FC Barcelona stadium.

barcelona exhibition match at camp nou 2017

I was also lucky enough to see a match in the off season. Barcelona Legends vs. Manchester Utd Legends. View from block 145, row 21, seat 11

What Is The Best Time Of The Day For The Camp Nou Experience?

camp nou tourist visit

The shadows make the lighting not the greatest for photos of you

I’m pretty sure the stadium tour is going to busy all day with school groups and large tour groups arriving throughout the day as well as other travelers. I went twice, in the mid and late afternoons and both times were busy.

In regards to getting the best photos of Barcelona stadium, the shadows start to come over the at about 5pm (roughly), so that might play a role in your visit if you want the perfect Instagram shots.

Can You Eat At The Stadium?

beer prices at barcelona stadium are 3.50

Pitch side beer!

You sure can! When you arrive, you’ll find some overpriced food truck style places. Wait until you’re actually inside the stadium and enjoy some food and a cervesa with atmosphere.

The first spot you can grab a bite and a drink is overlooking the field from a courtyard like here. I grabbed a beer here for $3.50, not bad for a beer inside the stadium. Food prices seemed reasonable too.

foosball at camp nou

Then there is a canteen style like place that I walked through, prices seemed similar with the main attraction the video game play area.

The final spot is a open plan restaurant with a couple of foosball tables near by and a big screen projector playing highlights.

I’d go with option one, then three and don’t bother with the canteen style place unless you must play video games forever (be respectful of others wanting a turn).

Is There A Camp Nou Tour Promotional Code?

You might be able to find them cheaper somewhere, but in all likelihood they’ll be fake/dodgy. I’m not aware of any discounts so the cheapest place to get them is online. See the full pricing menu .The tickets in person are like a euro or two more expensive with the booking fee.

Should I Get The Audio Tour?

audio tour for camp nou stadium

I enjoyed the audio tour!

Yes! It’s a no brainer in my opinion. Relative to the ticket price the 5 is not much extra for adult.

Can I Still Visit If It’s Raining?

Sure can. 95% of the time you’ll be undercover. When you get to stand pitchside you might get a little wet, but #yolo. Bring a raincoat if you have too!

Where To Stay Near Camp Nou Stadium?

I was staying on the other side of town with a friend so can’t give any personal recommendations. HotelsCombined is a cool place to start searching for hotels near Camp Nou . It’ll search the popular booking websites to figure out the best price for you.

How Long Does The Tour Take?

As long or as short as you want. I asked the staff and they said the average is about 90 minutes. If you read everything, take photos, eat food and drink a beer you could be there for well over three hours (not a bad thing). I took about two hours each time, but was reading everything the first time and then went and took lots of photos and had a beer second time round.

When Is Camp Nou Open?

Check the official site for the latest viewing times (including match day opening hours), or you’ll find out when you’re booking your tickets online .

Is There Any Ban On Camera Equipment? (drones?)

Not from what I could tell. It’d be bad form to take a drone though, getting in the way of photos/narrow takeoff area. Bring along all your cameras, at worst I’m sure you can leave it at a desk somewhere.

On A Scale Of 1 to 10 Is The Camp Nou Experience Worth It?

The tour is busy and the lack of available private guides are definite downsides. The amount of information, great audio tours, ability to move at your own speed, reasonable food, and dining options, and the interactive spots make it a solid 8.5 out of 10.

This is my first stadium tour rating, so I have nothing to gauge that against. Yet.

My Conclusions To My Two Questions

trophies galore at camp nou

Barcelona play in the best competitions around the world, therefore win important trophies. As they do so, people love to jump on the bandwagon of winning teams so Barcelona is who is chosen. Once you choose a team (like me and the Bulldogs ), it’ll take a lot of effort for one to ever consider switching allegience.

The players they’ve selected to build their club around is impressive. Messi of course has been a great player for over the last decade and is irreplaceable. Previously Ronaldinho became a club favourite. Throughout history, Barcelona have chosen players to bring to the club, who are not only can have a team built around them, but will be one of the best players in the world for the next few years, and will pay them a salary accordingly.

To put it in one sentence, President Narcís de Carreras coined the phrase in 1968 ‘More than a club’.

No idea how to describe this really, but incredibly!

During the tour, one of the descriptions mentioned how immigrants to Barcelona latched onto supporting Barcelona FC as a way to associate themselves with the city. This is massive!

When I was walking around the city, you notice Barcelona football jerseys being worn despite the offseason. The tourist shops that pop up have footy gear prominent. El Clasico, the matches against Madrid, are some of the most watched games in the world.

< p>There is also the idea I’ve come up with that Barcelona represents the nation of Catalonia. Catalonia was to be recognised as a separate identity to Spain and a creating a referendum to push through the cause. It’s unlikely to ever go through due to a few reasons. This means, when Barcelona are playing, it’s essentially their national team playing and everyone gets behind their team at an international level.

The club also became a social integration catalyst in the 1960’s when Catalonia’s population grew by 1.2 million thanks to large migration from Spain’s south. There was large migration in the 20’s with migrants from Valencia, Murcia and Aragaon and the 1990’s with immigrants from other countries. Barcelona helped unite society during these three periods of intense migration.

Ultimately, if FC Barcelona wins, the whole of Barcelona wins.

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14 Comments

Thank you very much for this charming and enriching blog. I felt your experience in this charming stadium.

Thanks Ohad, really is a magical place 🙂

Read. Information soaked. Thx.

No worries Sandis, enjoy! Cheers, Jub

Thanks so much! Super informative! Heading there today!

Thanks for the kind words.

How was the visit? Any info I missed or that needs to be updated?

Cheers, Jub

You recomend the player experience tour or the traditional or basic tour?

Hey Gianca,

If you love FC Barcelona, I’d recommend the play experience tour. If you’re a football fan in general, the basic tour will be fine.

hey, im off there tomorrow, just wondering as i’ve bought the basic tour, do you get to go on the pitchside or does that only come with the player experience tour?

Hey Lachlan,

Apologies for not responding sooner! You do get to go pitchside right?

Hope you had a great time! Cheers, Jub

So… Did you get to go on the pitch side with basic tour ticket?

Hi Peter, you get to go on a fenced off section of the pitch near the halfway line (this was two years ago)

Hey! We’ve had a really good experince too. We booked the tour at reasontosee.comand it was really good one. Can only recommend 🙂

Hey Petrus,

Stoked you had a good tour. Can’t say I’ve heard of that site at all 🙂

Enjoy the rest of your summer.

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During the renovation works of the stadium , the Camp Nou Experience tour will no longer be available. This tour will be transformed into an immersive tour.  Tickets for FC Barcelona Immersive Tour & Museum are already on sale!

Camp Nou Tour : Price, Tickets and Pass

Camp nou immersive basic, basic tour 2024.

During the construction of the new stadium, Camp Nou will offer an immersive tour. This tour includes :

> Visit to the museum + Audio Guide. > Spotify Camp Nou Live immersive room. > Future Stadium Construction Viewpoint.

Camp Nou Tour: Pure emotion!

The Camp Nou Tour is actually the discovery of two places within the club: The FC Barcelona stadium and the museum, that's why this visit is called  Camp Nou Experience ! Fans will also visit the club store "FCB MEGASTORE".

What to see at the FC Barcelona Museum?

Visit the FC Barcelona Museum at Camp Nou and relive the fantastic adventure of a football club like no other. Its history, its players, its matches, its trophies, including the Champions League Cup. The museum is divided into several sections: the historical museum, the trophy gallery, the Messi area and temporary exhibitions. Incredible audiovisual and multimedia installations take you through 120 years of the club.

What to see at the Camp Nou stadium?

Camp Nou tour

During your visit to the Camp Nou stadium , you'll have the pleasure of seeing what the Barça players see! The visiting team's changing rooms, the tunnel leading from the changing rooms to the stadium, the pitch, the substitutes' bench, the grandstand, the press box and finally the mixed zone and press room. There is also mention of the new Camp Nou , the future stadium with a much larger capacity . Fans are sure to be thrilled!

What can you see in the Official FC Barcelona Shop at the Camp Nou?

In the FC Barcelona Official store at Camp Nou, you can find all the equipment of the Barça players. Shirts, shoes, balls, flags, caps, watches, books, videos. The list of temptations is very long because it is the biggest Barça store in the world. So it's time to think about pleasing yourself and your loved ones with little souvenirs! The visit to the official FC Barcelona store at Camp Nou, called FCB Megastore, is of course free! It is not part of the Camp Nou tour, so you can visit it without reservation or ticket from 10 to 16 hours on weekdays and from 10 to 20 hours on weekends.

Plan your visit to Camp Nou

The best time to visit the Camp Nou is in the morning, when it opens at 10am, and from 3pm onwards. The Camp Nou is one of the most visited places in Barcelona. The FC Barcelona Museum is quite simply the most visited museum in the city.

> We help you find the best  hotels near the Camp Nou  

What is the address of Camp Nou in Barcelona?

The address of Camp Nou is Av. de Joan XXIII, 1, 08001 Barcelona.

At this address you will find access number 9, where you can visit the Camp Nou stadium and the FC Barcelona Museum, as well as the ticket office for those who have not purchased tickets in advance.

Telephone number: +34 902 1899 00

Official website:  Camp Nou

E-mail: [email protected]

What are the opening hours at Camp Nou?

  • Opening times for visiting Camp Nou vary according to the season:
  • January to 18 March: Monday - Saturday 10.00 am - 6.30 pm; Sunday 10.00 am - 2.30 pm
  • 19 March to 16 October: 9.30am - 7.30pm
  • 17 October to 18 December: Monday - Saturday 10.00 am - 6.30 pm; Sunday 10.00 am - 2.30 pm
  • From 19 December to 31 December: 9.30am - 7.30pm
  • Camp Nou is open all year round, except on 1 January, 6 January, 24 September and 25 December.
  • On match days , the FC Barcelona Museum, Trophy Room and Messi Area are only open until 3pm.
  • Visits are not possible on the day before or after a Champions League match.

How to get to Camp Nou?

  • By metro : You can stop at Palau Reial station (line L3), which is 6 minutes' walk from entrance 9. Collblanc station (line L5) is a 5-minute walk from entrance 14. Badal station (line L5) is about 6 minutes' walk from entrances 17 and 18.
  • By bus: The following bus routes stop at Camp Nou: D20, H6, H8, 7, 33, 54, 56, 57, 59, 63, 67, 68, 70, 75, 78, 113, 157 and L12.
  • By tourist bus : The blue line of the tourist bus stops in front of the Barcelona stadium.
  • By car: The nearest car park to the stadium is 400 metres away, called "BSM Tanatori Les Corts". The Riera Blanca car park Carrer de la Riera Blanca, 17 is 500 metres from the entrance.

Camp Nou Map: metro access and main attractions to visit

Camp Nou Experience Overview video

Camp Nou FAQ

Answers to your most frequently asked questions about the Camp Nou visit.

Yes, it is necessary to book the visit to Camp Nou as soon as possible. The number of tickets is limited for sanitary reasons (Covid19) but also to guarantee the comfort of the visitors. Our advice is to buy your ticket on this page as soon as you know the dates of your stay in Barcelona. However, you can also buy tickets at the stadium's ticket office, but you will have to wait in a queue and you will not be sure to get your ticket in the end. 

The entrance for the Camp Nou visit closes one hour and a half before the official closing time of the whole site. This is the ideal time to visit the stadium and the museum. For example, if the official closing time is 7:30pm, you must arrive at 6pm to do the tour.

The average length of the visit to the Camp Nou - stadium and museum - is between 1h30 and 2h. None of the tours are time-limited, so you can stay as long as you like!

No, the price of the ticket at the stadium ticket office is higher than the ticket purchased online because it includes additional management fees. On the other hand, Camp Nou advises buying your ticket online in order to avoid queues depending on the availability of the different time slots. 

Yes, you can show your Camp Nou tour ticket on your smartphone or tablet.

Unfortunately not. Once the "Camp Nou Experience" tickets have been issued, it will not be possible to postpone the visit, cancel it or get a refund.

The entrance to the Camp Nou Tour - stadium and museum - is in front of the FC Barcelona ice rink. The access is between the Barça Café and the Barça Store Camp Nou.

Yes and no, on match days, some of the Barça facilities are reserved for the match. The full tour or guided tours are not possible:

  • The museum will be open.
  • You will have access to the Gallery of Trophies, the history of the Club, and the Messi Area.
  • You will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of the field, until 3 hours before kickoff.

>> Note that there is a discount on the price of tickets for the Camp Nou on match days - this discount is shown when you select the number of tickets.

Please note: On Champions League days, this restriction extends from the day before as well as the price reduction applies.

Unfortunately you will not attend a training match of the Barcelona football club players during the visit of the Camp Nou. Since 2008 the training is no longer done at Camp Nou but at La Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper which is located in Sant Joan Despi, 8.5 kilometers from Camp Nou. These training sessions are not open to the public. The only way to meet the champions now is to go to the Mini Estadi around January 5 of each year, date on which the blaugranas train for the only time of the year in public. The entrance ticket is 10€. Ticket to be found on the spot that day. (Check the date of this match which may be moved due to Liga calendar).

The visit of the Camp Nou is not suitable for the people in wheelchair due to a very large number of stairs throughout the course. Nevertheless the museum with the trophy room, the historical frieze, the Messi space as well as the panoramic view of the stadium are wheelchair-friendly.

The club also offers a special service for the disabled - The Specialized Services Office (OAE) available on +34 902 1899 00

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  • Saturday from 9.00 to 13.30 on weekends of matches played at the Camp Nou
  • Monday to Thursday from 10.00 to 18.00
  • Sundays from 10.00 to 14.15
  • on Match days: from 11.00 until kick off booths Gol Nord (North Goal) and Gol Sud (South Goal).

F.C. Barcelona History

The Futbol Club Barcelona , known familiarly as Barça (pronounced [barsa]), is a sports club based in Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain). It is best known for its football team. It was founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English, and Catalan men led by Joan Gamper. The club has become a Catalan institution, hence the motto Mes que un club (More than a club).

They were founding members of La Liga in 1928, and, together with Real Madrid and Athletic Bilbao, they have never been relegated from the Primera División. The club were also the first La Liga champions, winning a total of 18 La Liga, 24 Copa del Rey, 7 Supercopa de España, 32 Joan Gamper Trophy, 2 UEFA Champions League, 4 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, 3 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and 2 European Super Cup trophies.

The club's main stadium is the Camp Nou and the fans of FC Barcelona are known as culers or culés. In June 2007, the number of socis (club members/owners) reached 156,366, while in June 2006 the number of penyes (officially-registered supporter clubs) reached 1782 worldwide.

The club also operates a reserve team, FC Barcelona B, and four other professional sports teams, AXA FC Barcelona, FC Barcelona, FC Barcelona Futsal and FC Barcelona Sorli Discau that compete at basketball, handball, futsal and rink hockey respectively. Until 2007 there was also a youth team, FC Barcelona C. There are also a number of prominent amateur sports teams that compete at rugby union, women's football and wheelchair basketball. These include FCB Rugby and FC Barcelona-Institut Guttman. Other amateur teams represent the club at ice hockey, athletics, baseball, cycling, field hockey, figure skating, and volleyball.

During the 2006-07 season, FC Barcelona was the second richest club in the world with an estimated revenue of €290.1 million. FC Barcelona attitude to shirt sponsorship is unique. Selectively without a commercial message in its shirts, on 14 July 2006 the club announced a five year agreement with UNICEF, which includes having the UNICEF logo on their shirts. The agreement will see FC Barcelona donating US$1.9 million per year to UNICEF (0.7 per cent of its ordinary income) to the FC Barcelona Foundation, and rejecting significant money offers to be the first shirt sponsor of the football team. The club has done this in order to set up international cooperation programmes for supports UNICEF's humanitarian aid programs.

All About Camp Nou

All About Camp Nou

Camp Nou: Tour, tickets, capacity, map, address, facts...

With more than 100 million followers on social media and their own TV channel, FC Barcelona are one of the most successful football teams in the world . By the end of 2017, the team had a total of 85 trophies. In Deloitte’s Football Money League, which analyses the highest generating clubs in world football, FC Barcelona comes in at third place. Due to their popularity and success, the Camp Nou stadium has become one of the major tourist attractions in Spain .

In this article, I will tell you all about the Camp Nou Experience tour including ticket prices , my own personal experience with a short review, advice on buying match tickets , how to get to Camp Nou, how to pronounce it, the redevelopment of the stadium, facts about the stadium and restaurants at Camp Nou and apartments nearby . At the end of the article, you can download an impressive Camp Nou wallpaper for your desktop!

If you are planning to come to see a match or to visit Camp Nou you should consider staying in the Les Corts area. It is very well connected to the city centre and has all kinds of shops, bars and restaurants. Check our offer of holiday rentals in the Camp Nou area.

  • 1 FC Barcelona: More Than a Club
  • 2.1 Camp Nou Tour Prices
  • 2.2 Camp Nou Tour Times
  • 2.3 My Camp Nou Experience
  • 2.4 Don't stop there, check out Leo Messi's house!
  • 3 Camp Nou Tickets
  • 4.1 Camp Nou Address
  • 4.2 Camp Nou Metro
  • 4.3 Camp Nou Tram 
  • 4.4 Camp Nou Bus
  • 4.5 Camp Nou Parking
  • 4.6 Camp Nou Map
  • 5 Excursions in Barcelona
  • 6.1 Camp Nou Pronunciation 
  • 7 New Camp Nou 
  • 8 Excursions in Barcelona
  • 9.1 Camp Nou Capacity
  • 9.2 Camp Nou Pitch Size
  • 9.3 History of Camp Nou
  • 10 Restaurants at Camp Nou
  • 11 Camp Nou Wallpaper

Camp Nou Facts : The largest stadium in Europe · Second largest association football stadium in the world · Capacity of 99,354 · Record attendance is 120,000 in 1985.

FC Barcelona: More Than a Club

In 1898 , Swiss sports fanatic Hans Gamper came to Barcelona for work. In 1899 , Gamper decided to find other players interested in forming a football team in the city, so placed in advert in Los Deportes sports magazine. Eventually, him and eleven other men from different countries came together to form Fútbol Club Barcelona .

His aim was to create a club that would bring people from all origins together which would be freely governed by its members. As a sign of gratitude to Catalonia for welcoming him to the region, Gamper decided that the club would be committed to the Catalan identity , hence the slogan “Més que un club” or “More than a club” in English.

Nowadays, the club still represents Gamper’s original values: Catalan identity, democracy and universality .

Camp Nou Tour

Do you dream about playing for FC Barcelona? For an hour and a half, you can live the life of a Barça player with the Camp Nou Experience. With the chance to walk through the players tunnel to the pitch, see the five European Cups won by the team, to explore the space dedicated to the incredible Leo Messi and more, what are you waiting for?   

There are two different types of tours to choose from:

  • Stadium Tour : Includes a complete Museum and Tour visit, as well as a panoramic view.
  • Stadium Tour Plus : Includes a complete Museum and Tour visit, panoramic view, virtual experience with VR glasses and a multimedia audio guide.

Camp Nou Tour Prices

There are two different types of tour. The prices are as follows:

  • Stadium Tour : Tickets start at 20 € , get them here .
  • Stadium Tour Plus : Tickets start at 30 € , get them here .

Camp Nou Tour Times

The tour times are:

  • The first tour is at 9:30am and the last tour is at 6pm .

I would recommend going as early as possible , as the tour is very popular with school trips so can get very crowded later on in the day. The time it takes to do the tour varies. There is lots of information to read and take in, various memorabilia to admire and videos to watch and interact with, so take your time. There is no time limit , so you could take a leisurely stroll around the museum in two hours or spend the whole morning there.

If you come to visit Barcelona, ​​we advise you to stay in an apartment near Camp Nou . This way, you will know one of the most emblematic districts of Barcelona and save money since hotels are more expensive and offer you less space and comfort.

My Camp Nou Experience

I chose to do the Stadium Tour Plus so that I could learn more about the stadium and club with the audioguide and try out the VR glasses. I will now walk you through the tour, you'll be itching to go by the end! 

Audioguide : If you opt for the Stadium Tour Plus with the audio guide, you will receive a small mobile device with headphones. As you walk around the museum, you will see various numbers on the wall next to important things to note, which you can type into the device. You will be shown a short video with audio explaining more about what you are seeing.

Virtual Reality : For those who have purchased the Stadium Tour Plus , you will have the opportunity to try out the Virtual Reality Experience . Watch historic matches up close and personal through the  Virtual Reality Glasses.  This experience last around five minutes.

There are a number of different steps that you will follow:

Step 1: Tunnel to the Museum

As soon as you start walking down the tunnel, members of staff offer to take professional photos of you which you can purchase at the end of the tour as a memory of this incredible experience. Once you’ve had your photo taken, walk into the Camp Nou Museum where you will find all the trophies FC Barcelona have won since they first starting playing, as well as current and previous players' old boots, t-shirts, signed footballs and more.

I found this part of the tour very intriguing , I loved looking at the signed memorabilia, especially the players' worn football boots! I spent around an hour in the museum, as there is lots of information to read and lots to see, including ' Espai Messi ', where you can view all of his Ballon d'Ors . 

Player's old boots and trophies

Step 2: Press Rooms and Changing Rooms

Next, you will make your way down to the press rooms where the players and coaches are interviewed. You will then move onto the away teams changing rooms , where there are massage tables , showers and a jacuzzi for the players to relax in after a match.

Away teams changing rooms

Step 3: Stand on the pitch!

Then for the best part of the tour: Experience life as a football player by walking down the tunnel and onto the pitch ! You can sit on the chairs the coaches sit on to watch the game and appreciate the scale of the stadium.

View from the side of the pitch

Step 4: Commentators Box and Megastore

Feel on top of the world as you look over the pitch from the commentators box . After enjoying the view, walk through to the FC Barcelona megastore , where you can buy everything you could ever wish for, including balls of the turf!

I loved the tour and would recommend it to anyone , whether you're a football fan or not! Personally, I don't think the Stadium Tour Plus is worth the extra money, as the Virtual Reality only lasted 5 minutes and simply showed a few historic football matches. I feel I would have had the same experience watching it on a normal screen . However the audioguide was informative  and taught me more than I would have learnt without it. 

To conclude, I would recommend purchasing the Stadium Tour , as you will get the same experience for less money . Everything you see in the museum has a description next to it anyway, so you won't be missing out on much by not having the audioguide.

Don't stop there, check out Leo Messi's house!

If you're interested in the Camp Nou tour and the professional lives of the players, you'll probably be interested in their personal lives too. I have written an extensive article about Messi's house, including where he lives with a detailed description of his mansion, a house tour , photos of the house and much more! 

Lionel Messi’s House

Camp Nou Tickets

If you want to attend a match at Camp Nou, you’ll need to buy a ticket. You can purchase them on the official FC Barcelona website . Prices can vary depending on the type of match and the team Barcelona are playing against. If you want a cheaper ticket, it’s advisable to book in advance !

If season ticket holders decide not to attend a match, the seat is then released to the general public, so if you’re lucky, you can buy cheap tickets for 50% of the purchase price ! This forum  talks about this in more detail, along with the best seats to watch the match. You can also read this forum  for more opinions about the best seats to choose when purchasing your ticket.

1. Which game to choose and at what price

Prices can vary greatly, with some matches costing just 10 € and others costing 1000 € ! The cheaper matches are always between October and February . The most expensive months are the months of May and August , as these are when big decisive matches take place and when the new team is revealed. 

2. Choosing a seat

There are lots of different things to take into account when choosing your seat. You need to consider the view, the atmosphere in each area and the price. 

No matter where you choose to seat, you can rest assured that you're going to get a good view of the field . Of course, if you're higher up, you will get a good view of the whole pitch, however you won't be able to see the players as well. The higher up you go, the cheaper it is .

For more information about going to see a match at Camp Nou, you should read the following article. 

Guide to see a match at Camp Nou

How to get to Camp Nou 

Camp nou address.

  • If you're going to the Camp Nou Experience , the address is  Av. Joan XXIII s/n 08028 Barcelona (Access Nº 9)
  • If you're going to a match , the address is  C. d'Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona 

There are various ways to reach the stadium:

Camp Nou Metro

If you're heading towards Gol Nord , take the metro to either   Maria Cristina, Les Corts  or Palau Reial ( green line, L3 ) and head down the hill. If you're going to Gol Sud , stop at Collblanc or Badal ( blue line, L5 ), as these are closer. These metro stations all surround the stadium, so don't worry if you miss your stop, you can just get off at the next one!

Camp Nou Tram 

Take route T1, T2 or T3 and stop at either Pius XII or Palau Reial . Be warned though, the tram can get very busy on match days.

Camp Nou Bus

There are lots of buses that will take you to Camp Nou. Take either number 7, H8, 15, 33, 43, 56, 63, 67, 68, 70, 72, 74, 75, 78, 113, 153, 157, 158 or 167. You can also reach the stadium on the Barcelona Bus Turístic, although this takes a lot longer.

Camp Nou Parking

You could also travel by car as there is parking at Camp Nou. On game day , parking spaces are reserved for club members .   

In the following article, you can take a look at all the places in the city where you can park for free. The closest place to park would be around Zona Universitària and Palau Reial . This is a popular spot however, so if you cross Diagonal, you can try parking along  Carrer Martí i Franques. 

Where to park for free in Barcelona?

Camp Nou Map

Excursions in Barcelona

To make the most of Barcelona and fill your trip with unforgettable experiences and emotions , we offer you the excursions through the Catalan capital organized by our friends - the GetYourGuide team. Choose your excursion and fall in love with Barcelona:

Nou Camp or Camp Nou? 

Camp Nou or Nou Camp? In Catalan, ‘ nou ’ ( new ) can go before or after ‘ ground ’ ( camp ), so both were technically correct. Both names were actually correct until 2001 . President Joan Gaspart called a referendum among the club members to decide which name to use, in which 68.25% voted to make Camp Nou the official name of the stadium.

When the ground was first built, there were plans in place for the ground to be named after Joan Gamper , who founded the club. However, due to his association with Catalan nationalism , the Francoist authorities opposed this, leading to the unimaginative name ‘Estadio del FC Barcelona’ or FC Barcelona Stadium. However, many supporters continued to refer to the stadium the ‘new ground’ after the former stadium at Les Corts.

Camp Nou Pronunciation 

The pronunciation of Camp Nou has caused many difficulties for many foreigners as the sound is unnatural in the English language.

‘ Camp ’ is more or less pronounced the same way we would pronounce it in English, although sometimes Catalans will drop the ‘p’ at the end of the word to make it ‘ cam ’.Trying to pronounce ‘ nou ’ is the tricky part. Many people pronounce it as noo or now. You can get away with using these pronunciations, however the correct way to pronounce it is by making the ‘o’ sound (like in hot) with a ‘u’ at the end. A close equivalent in English would be ‘know’ .

If you want to hear how a native pronounces it, click  here .

New Camp Nou 

Camp Nou is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Barcelona. Considering how many popular tourist attractions there are in the Catalan capital, it shows how intertwined football has become with the city .

Now that the club has paid off its debts, it can finally afford to renovate the venue. The club have invested €360m (£318m) into Camp Nou which is part of a larger €600m (£530m) project called Espai Barça . The project is scheduled to be completed for the 2022-23 season .

Models of the new stadium

Originally, the club considered moving to a different location, however the effect on the 85,000 season ticket holders was too great so they decided to renovate the 60 year old stadium instead . The Wi-Fi will be improved to support the increasing number of spectators who are using it, improvements in the VIP hospitality services and 6,000 more seats will be added.

The parking area will be removed to improve access for fans and a new car park will be constructed underground. Additionally, the first tier of the stadium will be made more vertical which will improve visibility . Outdoor terraces will be installed around the perimeter of the building on each level to encourage fans to stay longer and to offer more than just a football, but rather a Catalan experience .

To find out more about the Camp Nou renovations, take a look at this video:

Camp Nou Facts

Camp nou capacity.

The capactiy of Camp Nou is  99,354 seats. 

When the stadium was originally built, it was designed to hold 90,000 people , 30,000 more than the previous stadium. In 1980 , the stadium was extended to the upper rank for the Football World Cup which took place in 1982 thus the stadium had more than 120,000 seats . However, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) imposed restrictions which meant that the number of seats was reduced .

Over the years, the stadium has only seen three major additions:

  • The addition of the third tier for the 1982 World Cup.
  • A new first tier in 1994.
  • A club museum.

Camp Nou Pitch Size

The stadium’s maximum height is 48 metres ( 250 m x 220m ), covering a surface area of 55,000 m2 . However, due to the restrictions set by UEFA, the field size at Camp Nou was reduced to 105m x 68m which is covered by GrassMaster hybrid grass . There are 23 executive suites .

Looking over the pitch

History of Camp Nou

Opening of the first stadium.

Originally, the club played in numerous grounds until eventually, they found a permanent home at Camp de Les Corts , which was opened on 20 May 1922 with a friendly between Barcelona and Saint Mirren, a team from Scotland. The stadium had a capacity of 22,000 people , however it had to be remodelled several times to make room for the clubs growing fan base .

Catalonia vs. Spain

On 24 June 1925 , Les Corts became a symbol of the Catalan resistance towards the central government. Barcelona had organised a match in homage to Catalan organisation Orfeón Catalán , a choral choir based in the Catalan capital. Initially, the authorities refused to grant permission for the match but were forced to cave when large crowds of spectators turned up. However, as soon as the Spanish national anthem was played, the crowd started booing and jeering , angering the Spanish authorities. This led the authorities to close the stadium for a period of six months , which was later reduced to three months .

Despite several expansions, the ground simply wasn’t big enough, so they decided to build a new ground . On 21 April 1957 , Barcelona played their last match in the Les Corts stadium against Sevilla resulting in a 1-1 draw. In 1966 , the stadium was finally demolished. Parc de Les Corts now sits on the site where the stadium once stood.

Opening of the new ground

After many discussions among the commission, the first stone of Camp Nou was laid in front of a crowd of 60,000 fans on 28 March 1954 . The stadium was designed by Francesc Mitjans i Miró and Josep Soteras Mauri. The building work was undertaken by Ingar SA.

The club finally opened on 24 September 1957 , the Día de la Mercè , the patron saint of Barcelona. The whole city was decorated in Barcelona colours (blue, maroon and red). A mess was held and the stadium was blessed by the Archbishop of Barcelona, Gregorio Modrego. Despite the stadium being unfinished, more than 90,000 fans , including Franco ministers, turned up to witness the historic event. Representatives from all the major football clubs in Catalonia paraded on the pitch with members of other sports teams and supporters. The new stadium anthem was performed before the first match in the new stadium kicked off against Polish side Warsaw.

During half time, the Agrupación Cultural Folclórica de Barcelona danced a sardana , a circle dance typical of Catalonia. Afterwards, 10,000 doves were released .

To watch the inauguration of the stadium, watch the following video:

Restaurants at Camp Nou

Tapas 24 camp nou.

This restaurant offers top quality tapas approved by Michelin starred chef Carles Abellan . The restaurant has two screens to watch live matches on, as well as fussball tables . You will find traditional dishes such as patatas bravas, meatballs. Russian salad, sandwiches, octopus and more. The bar is open from 9am until 11pm every day and will stay open for longer on match days. There are two large terraces and members get 5% off the bill .

In Tour Bar

This bar is located within the Camp Nou Experience inside the stadium.

Estrella Damm Hall

This area serves beer and snacks on a spectacular terrace.

Pans & Company

This restaurants serves freshly made sandwiches and has a comfortable outdoor seating area . The restaurant is located next to access 9.

Camp Nou Wallpaper

Download an impressive Camp Nou wallpaper for your desktop  here.

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6 Essential Facts About Spotify Camp Nou

The Spotify Camp Nou is a unique collaboration between Spotify and FC Barcelona, creating an immersive audio experience at the iconic Camp Nou stadium. This article provides insights into the interactive features, behind-the-scenes content, and exclusive playlists, giving readers a better understanding of the exciting offerings at Spotify Camp Nou.

Interesting Facts About Spotify Camp Nou

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1. The largest stadium in Spain

It's the largest stadium in Spain and the third-largest stadium in Europe. With a capacity of 99,354, it can fit more people than the population of some small towns!

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2. Several Renovations

It was built in 1957 and has undergone several renovations since then. The most recent renovation was completed in 2022, and it included the installation of a new roof and the expansion of the museum.

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3. Named After New Field

It is named after the "new field" (Camp Nou in Catalan), as opposed to the club's old home at Les Corts. The stadium was originally called Estadi del FC Barcelona, but it was renamed in 1957.

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4. Hosted 2 Champion League Finales!

It has hosted the Champions League final twice, in 1992 and 2011. It has also hosted the FIFA World Cup final in 1982, as well as numerous other international matches.

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5. 1.2 Million Visitors Each Year

It is a popular tourist destination, with over 1.2 million visitors each year. Visitors can take tours of the stadium, visit the museum, and even watch a match from the stands.

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6. More Than A Stadium

The stadium is home to a number of unique features, including a museum, a pitch with undersoil heating, and a massive video board. The museum houses a collection of trophies, memorabilia, and exhibits about the history of FC Barcelona.

Frequently Asked Questions About Spotify Camp Nou

The stadium is open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, 7 days a week.

Visitors are not allowed to bring large bags or backpacks into the stadium of Spotify Camp Nou. They are also not allowed to bring food or drinks, except for water in sealed bottles.

You can take a tour of Spotify Camp Nou, visit the museum, or watch a match. You can also eat at the stadium's restaurants or shop at the stadium's souvenir shop.

You can take the metro, tram, or bus to Spotify Camp Nou. There is also a parking lot available for visitors.

The best time to visit Spotify Camp Nou is during the week, when there are fewer crowds. You can also visit during the off-season, when there are no matches being played.

Yes, guided tours are available at Spotify Camp Nou. Expert guides will take you through the stadium and provide insights into its history and significance.

Yes, you can purchase tickets to watch a match at Spotify Camp Nou. Tickets can be bought online or at the stadium's ticket office, subject to availability.

Spotify Camp Nou occasionally offers discounts for certain ticket categories or tour packages. It's advisable to check their official website or inquire at the ticket office for any ongoing promotions.

Yes, Spotify Camp Nou is accessible for people with disabilities. The stadium provides facilities and services to ensure a comfortable experience for all visitors.

Photography and videography for personal use are generally allowed inside Spotify Camp Nou. However, certain areas or exhibits may have restrictions. It's recommended to check the specific guidelines during your visit.

Yes, Spotify Camp Nou offers audio guides in multiple languages to enhance your museum and stadium tour experience. Language translators may also be available, depending on the specific services provided at the time of your visit.

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Camp Nou Tour – FC Barcelona Museum – FC Barcelona Shop – Map & Directions

Since 1957, Camp Nou has been the FC Barcelona stadium and has paralleled the city’s football team in going from strength to strength.

Match days in Barcelona are pretty spectacular. Locals and tourists don blue and red striped kits, bars overflow with back-slapping punters and cheering fans, and a general merriment seems to whizz around the streets. This jovial vibe is emanated in the Camp Nou stadium, the beating heart and soul of Barcelona’s football scene.

Here you will find everything you need to know about Camp Nou Barcelona, from its on-site attractions to how you can get to it and everything in between.

Camp Nou Tour

The tour of Camp Nou is the second most popular reason people visit the stadium (the first being, of course, to watch the team in all their glory). Spanning the entire stadium, the tour takes in the FC Barcelona Museum, with its wall-to-wall trophy cabinets, interactive displays, and historic reminders of yesteryear players, the press room, dressing rooms, and the field itself.

Other highlights include a walk through the player’s tunnel, a peek into the commentary boxes, and a browse of the Messi space – yes, that’s an entire space dedicated to the Argentinian superstar.

In this section of the site, you can get an overview of the tour, discover when and how you can get yourself into the stadium, and learn more about what’s on offer in this pretty impressive package.

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FC Barcelona Museum

The Museum makes up one of the stops on the Camp Nou tour and allows you to take a twirl back in time to see how far FC Barcelona have really come (hint: it’s pretty far).

Alongside glass cabinets filled to the brim with shiny trophies, you can explore interactive, multimedia displays that highlight the history of the team and the stadium, players from the past, and the major successes that have brought the team to where they are today.

We’ll tell you all about the displays in the museum, what trophies you can see, how much you can expect to pay to get into the museum, and what times you can take a walk down memory lane.

Read more about the FC Barcelona Museum »

FC Barcelona Shop

Shopaholics beware – the FC Barcelona Shop is second to none. Set in the grounds of Camp Nou, the shop is a heavenly display of all things Barca (made even better by the fact you can pick up some memorabilia for yourself).

Covering three whole storeys filled with football kits, official products, jerseys, footballs, and even kits from other sports, you’re not going to want to leave empty handed.

You can go one step further, too, and customize your own kit with the in-house Make it Barca service and the Print Lab – yep, it’s seriously good stuff.

If you want to find out more about the shop, we’ve got you covered. We’ll show you what kinds of things you can buy, what to look out for, and what times you can get your shop on.

Read more about the FC Barcelona Shop »

Map and Directions

There’s no point us sharing all this juicy stuff about Camp Nou if you don’t know how to get to it, though.

We’ll tell you how you can get to the stadium from different parts of the city using different transport methods, so you can find a way to get there that suits you and your budget. This is the part where we’ll highlight accessibility and the opening hours, too – basically everything you need to know to visit Camp Nou right now.

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CAMP NOU GUIDED TOUR

CAMP NOU GUIDED TOUR

What does it include.

  • Visit to the Barça Museum
  • Tour of Camp Nou
  • Official FC Barcelona Guide

Group of a maximum of 6 people

Bilingual: Spanish and English

Duration 1 hour 30 mins

If you want to explore the Barça Museum and the Camp Nou with an expert, this is the perfect option. Book your guided visit now to be sure of a place! When you arrive, head to the counter at the Museum entrance; your guide will be waiting there. And remember: the tours are in groups and bilingual (Spanish and English).

Did you know that the Barça Museum is the most visited sports museum in Europe? You’ll learn this and much more on the first part of your visit, including the chance to see the special Messi space and to admire all the trophies that the club has won.

Your guide will then take you to some of the most emblematic parts of the stadium, such as the players’ tunnel and the visitors’ dressing room. And before you go, you can also visit the commentary boxes, including sound effects and a panoramic view from the 3 rd tier. Not bad, eh?

Don’t forget the tour may be modified on days when there are matches or other events.

COVID-19: Safety regulations Accessibility information: For structural reasons and due to the large number of staircases on the route, the Camp Nou Tour is not adapted for persons with physical disabilities (wheelchairs). Such persons may visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History. Messi Space. Other Sports Trophies) and enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium from the second tier. More information

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Surfers' village springs up between Ericeira and Nazaré

P ortugal's west coast is known for its perfect waves that attract tourists from all over the world, with Ericeira , Peniche and Nazaré being the destinations of choice for surfers. The municipality of Óbidos is also catching the wave and building a surf village with a wave pool. The total investment is expected to exceed 30 million euros.

It's called Surf Parque and it's being built in Óbidos, located between Ericeira and Nazaré. It's a 4-star holiday resort that aims to attract Portuguese and foreign tourists that have one thing in common: surfing .

Launched by Surfers Cove, it will offer 144 beds (56 units), a restaurant, a surf shop, several skate parks, paddle and beach tennis courts, a surf school , green areas and an energy and water efficient wave pool . It will cover an area of 5 hectares, according to the press release.

The architectural project for the holiday village , signed by Frederico Valsassina, has already been given the green light by the Óbidos local authorities and the Portuguese tourist board, and the other licensing phases are now underway.

This €30 million surfing initiative is due to commence in 2024, with construction scheduled to be completed in March 2026. The plan is to create 50 jobs.

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