Camp Nou

The largest stadium in Europe and home to one of the world’s top club football teams.

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Barcelona: Camp Nou and FC Barcelona Museum

1. Barcelona: Camp Nou and FC Barcelona Museum

Tour Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe, and visit the accompanying museum. Retrace the footsteps of the Futbol Club Barcelona's legendary players including Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona, Guardiola, and Ronaldinho. Begin your tour of the modern museum with large-format interactive walls, new showcases, and a wide collection of objects that reveal the history of FC Barcelona, explaining the values that have made Barça “more than a club.” Then, take the Camp Nou Experience tour. Visit key Barça areas, including the visitors’ changing room and the tunnel onto the pitch. Catch a panoramic view of the entire stadium. Experience the pitch in 360 Virtual Reality (if this option is booked). Visit the television studio, the mixed zone, the press room, and the commentary boxes. The tour ends on the second floor, where you can visit the fascinating multimedia space, which was renovated in January 2010.

Barcelona: One or Two Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

2. Barcelona: One or Two Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

See the best of Barcelona on a double-decker hop-on hop-off bus tour. Get access to two routes with one ticket for a complete sightseeing experience. Take a complimentary map to help you decide where you want to go and enjoy audio commentary. In addition to the open top, the buses also have an electric roof on top for use in the event of rain. The buses are adapted for people with limited mobility and are fitted with anatomical seats and heating on both decks. They also have an attendant aboard to help you with anything you may need. East Route • Plaça de Catalunya • Port Vell • Museu d'Història de Catalunya • La Barceloneta • Port Olímpic • Poble Nou - Zoo • Teatre Nacional - Auditori. • Glories- Torre Agbar • Sagrada Familia Cathedral • Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau • Park Güell • Tibidabo • La Pedrera • Casa Batlló West Route • Plaça Catalunya • Arc de Triomf • El Born- Ciutadella-zoo • Passeig Colom • World Trade Center • Jardins de Miramar • Fundació Joan Miró • Anella Olímpica • MNAC Museo Nacional de Catalunya • Poble Espanyol • Caixa Fòrum-Pavelló Mies Van Der Rohe • Plaça d'Espanya • Estació de Sants • Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona) • Plaça Pius XII-Palau Reial- Pavellons Guell-Monestir de Pedralbes • L'illa diagonal • Avinguda Diagonal • La Pedrera • Casa Batlló • Plaça Catalunya

FC Barcelona Museum: Camp Nou Guided Tour

3. FC Barcelona Museum: Camp Nou Guided Tour

Learn the history of FC Barcelona at the FC Barcelona Museum and follow in the footsteps of legendary football players such as Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona, Guardiola and Ronaldinho. Experience the true passion of Barça passion at the famous Camp Nou stadium. Access areas such as the visitors’ changing room, TV studio, press room and press box. Experience what it feels like to be an FC Barcelona player and get a panoramic view of the entire stadium from the tunnel leading onto the pitch.

Camp Nou: FC Barcelona Players Experience Tour

4. Camp Nou: FC Barcelona Players Experience Tour

Meet your official guide who will take you through the areas reserved for the first team, including their changing room. Check out the view from the stands and hear about the stadium's most memorable moments. After that, you can go on the standard tour and visit the museum, accompanied by a multimedia audio-guide.

Barcelona: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with Eco Catamaran Cruise

5. Barcelona: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus with Eco Catamaran Cruise

Explore Barcelona in comfort aboard a double-decker bus with two different routes included in your 1-day or 2-day ticket. Hop on and off as many times as you'd like to discover the city at your own pace and enjoy a scenic catamaran cruise along the coast. The West route (orange) will take you to discover the city beyond its most emblematic modernist buildings. The itinerary covers an extensive circuit that'll take you to the westernmost landmarks of Barcelona, such as the FC Barcelona stadium and the National Museum of Art of Catalonia. Hop off at any of the two museums and board the bus back again once you have finished your visit. Go to El Born to savor the amazing cuisine and quaint ambiance or sit back, relax and enjoy the view of the city. The East route (green) will take you to the most artistic part of the city. Capture Barcelona's concrete jungle of modernist buildings. From Plaça Catalunya to Park Güell, admire the most impressive landmarks around this part of town. See the magnificent Sagrada Familia and marvel at the extensive symbolism of its façades. Learn about the city's history and discover all the secrets it hides. Get off on stop 4 or 5 of the West route (orange) to experience a catamaran cruise along Barcelona Coast. The catamaran will leave from Port Vell, where you can admire monuments such as the World Trade Center and the largest yachts in the city. During the walk, you will be able to get a unique perspective of Barcelona. You'll arrive at the area of Puerto Olympics so that you can see from there the port founded in the 1991 Olympics.

Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off & F.C. Barcelona Camp Nou Tour

6. Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off & F.C. Barcelona Camp Nou Tour

With the city tour, you can hop on and hop off all day long with the same ticket, and learn about the history of the city through a comfortable audio system with earphones, in 15 different languages. You will receive a guide map containing all the stops of the route, and discounts for different establishments in the city. The new buses are adapted for people with reduced mobility and have a sliding roof in case of rain; they are fitted with anatomical seats. Moreover, there's always a stewardess on board. There are 2 routes: East and West. Frequency of buses at stops varies depending on the season (between 5 and 30 minutes) and each route takes approximately 2 hours. East/Green Route: Plaça Catalunya, Port Vell, Museu d’Història de Catalunya, Barceloneta, Port Olímpic, Poble Nou -Zoo, Teatre Nacional-Auditori, Glòries-Torre Agbar, Sagrada Familia, Recinte Modernista St. Pau, Park Güell, Tibidabo, La Pedrera, Casa Batlló. West/ Orange Route: Plaça Catalunya, Arc de Triomf, El Born- Ciutadella-zoo, Passeig Colom, World Trade Center, Jardins de Miramar, Fundació Joan Miró, Anella Olímpica, MNAC Museo Nacional de Catalunya, Poble Espanyol, Caixa Fòrum-Pavelló Mies Van Der Rohe, Plaça d’Espanya, Estació de Sants, Camp Nou (F.C. Barcelona), Plaça Pius XII-Palau Reial- Pavellons Guell-Monestir de Pedralbes, l’Illa Diagonal, Av. Diagonal, La Pedrera, Casa Batlló, Plaça Catalunya. The Camp Nou Experience F.C. Barcelona Museum & tour begins on the first floor of the museum, which was renovated on June 12, 2010. This is a modern museum with large-format interactive walls, new showcases and a wide collection of objects that reveal the history of FC Barcelona and explain the values that have made Barça “more than a club”. The Camp Nou Experience retraces the steps of players that have made history, such as Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona, Guardiola and Ronaldinho, among others. Visitors can visit the most emblematic areas of the Camp Nou: including the visitors’ changing room and the tunnel onto the pitch, from where a panoramic view of the whole stadium can be enjoyed. You go on to visit the television studio, the mixed zone, the pressroom and the commentary boxes. The tour ends on the second floor, where you can visit the fascinating Multimedia space.

Barcelona: Private FC Barcelona Museum Visit & Camp Nou Tour

7. Barcelona: Private FC Barcelona Museum Visit & Camp Nou Tour

Your tour guide, who is a big Barça fan, will be with you during the visit to the gigantic sports stadium of FC Barcelona. You will have the opportunity to see some facilities like the Palau Blaugrana, the Mini Estadi, the skating rink, or the world’s largest Barça store. You will go inside the museum and the Multimedia Zone and you will see the majestic stadium, the Camp Nou, from the outside and the inside, visiting different places like the presidential area, the locker rooms, the press room, and, eventually, you will be able to stand in front of the field, where you will relive the best moments of one of the best football team in the world: the Barça. Enjoy a unique experience and discover all the secrets of FC Barcelona on this tour.

Barcelona: Secret Camp Nou Tour with a Sports Journalist

8. Barcelona: Secret Camp Nou Tour with a Sports Journalist

Go behind the scenes of F.C. Barcelona's famous Camp Nou stadium with an English-speaking, sports journalist guide. Enjoy a 2.5-hour experience specially designed for families, whether they like football or not. Benefit from a small-group tour for a maximum of 12 people. Meet at the famous Masía, which gives its name to Barça's football academy, today considered the best in the world. From there, walk to the stadium and stop in 2 secrets spots to feel like a Barça player. Once there, at Kubala's statue, find out why Barça is more than a club in Barcelona and its state, Catalonia. Spanish history in the 20th century, with 50 years of dictatorship, has a lot to do with it. Then, enter the stadium to see a unique trophy gallery where Messi, the most awarded football player in the world, has his Ballon d'Or and Golden Boot trophies on display. Discover if the trophies are real or not, then admire the sheer size of Camp Nou from 3 astonishing viewpoints. Along the way, hear about the mind games Barça uses to get the best out of its team, and the worst out of its opponent — all within the rules, of course. Next, explore behind the scenes in the mixed zone, the press room, the press box, and the visiting team's changing room. Choose your team in the tunnel — Barça or a visiting team — and walk out into the middle. Finish with a drink and some specialties at a local bar where the fans gather before the game. Plan 30 minutes more if you want to go back to the gift shop.

Barcelona 4-Hour Private Sports Tour: Camp Nou

9. Barcelona 4-Hour Private Sports Tour: Camp Nou

This is the perfect tour for sport lovers and those passionate about football. When you’re in Barcelona don’t miss this special opportunity to tour Barça Museum, the most visited museum in the city, and the Camp Nou experience too.  Your 4-hour private tour begins with a private chauffeur pick-up at your hotel or other preferred location in the city. Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime experience as your private tour guide takes you on a journey through FC Barcelona history. Follow the steps of the greats including Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona, Guardiola, Ronaldinho, Messi, Neymar, and many others. You’ll enjoy a panoramic view of the Camp Nou Stadium and visit the trophy zone, press room, Messi’s space, the visitors’ changing room, the players’ tunnel, and even have the opportunity to touch the actual grass! Following the tour, your private vehicle will take you back to your hotel. 

Barcelona: E-Bike Tour to Montjuic & Camp Nou Stadium Tour

10. Barcelona: E-Bike Tour to Montjuic & Camp Nou Stadium Tour

Cruise through the Montjuic district on an e-bike, learn all about the 1992 Olympics, and walk on the Barcleona turf like Lionel Messi. Enjoy an e-bike tour of Barcelona sporting excellence with your local, expert guide. Head for the Montjuic district, home to the legendary 1992 Olympics. Enjoy wonderful views across the city from atop the mountain, and see the ring of facilities used in those famous games. Then its back on the bikes as you pedal towards one of the world's most famous football stadiums: FC Barelona's Camp Nou. Skip the line for a tour of the stadium and a visit to the club museum. Finally, fulfill your footballing dreams by walking on the famous pitch itself.

Planning Your Visit

  • How to get there?

    Camp Nou can be reached on the Metro via Line 3 (get off at Palau Reial or Les Corts) and Line 5 (Collblanc or Badal). The stadium can be entered by car via Access 14, and if you're just going for a tour, parking is free during Camp Nou Experience hours.

  • How to pronounce Camp Nou?

    If your cab-driver doesn't understand "the Noo Camp" (as it's commonly pronounced in English), try saying it properly and in the right order instead! Camp Nou simply means "the new field," and the Nou is pronounced as more of a "No." It might also help if you call soccer "football."

  • Buying Barcelona tickets

    Tickets for big games like Barcelona vs Real Madrid get snapped up fast. If you're chasing them at short notice, prepare to sell a vital organ or two! Your best bet is always to buy online before your trip, but with so many seats available, less important games ought to be a lot easier to plan spontaneously.

Good to know

  • When should I visit?
    It is advised you arrive before 11:00AM or from 4:00PM. Check the FC Barcelona website before your planned visit, as spontaneous changes are possible due to the stadium being in use.
  • Is it expensive?
    General admission is €23.
  • Will I need a guide?
    It will definitely help. It's worth checking out these best-selling tours.
  • How to get there
    Metro lines 3 (get off at Palau Reial) and 5 (get off at Collblanc) are near the stadium. If you are driving, you can get to the car park through Access 14 from Carrer Aristides Maillol.
  • Additional information
    *Once you have purchased your ticket, you do not need to wait for a specific day to use it - it's valid until December 31st of that year.
    *If you are visiting in the morning, get there before 11:00AM.

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What people are saying about Camp Nou

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 7,376 reviews

Better than what I expected, browsing around the stadium in my own time and friendly staff made it a great experience.

Very exciting place to visit even if you, like me, are not a football fan

Very well organized and you get a good impression of this lively city

Had only booked entry without a guided tour. Was just right for us

excellent Bus tours are always the best wat to see a lot of a city