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Camp Nou Experience

If FC Barcelona is “more than just a club”, the FC Barcelona Camp Nou Experience is much more than a simple tour. It is an authentic journey to the heart and soul of one of the best teams in the world. A unique experience that gives some insight on the values symbolized by FC Barcelona and allows living first-hand the emotions of the players storming the pitch in front of over 99.000 spectators.

Take a tour of the most emblematic areas of the stadium: From the visitors dressing-rooms to the press room; from the Camp Nou grass lawn to the commentator booths, from the Players Tunnel to the TV area. Get your tickets for the FC Barcelona Camp Nou Experience, an absolute must if you happen to be visiting the Catalonian capital!

An absolutely obligatory stop if you are visiting the Catalan capital.

FCB Museum

The tour starts in one of the most modern football museums of the world. You can have a close-up view of all the trophies obtained by FC Barcelona and learn about the history of the club interactively thanks to the multimedia room.


The Players Tunnel

While you walk through the Players Tunnel, the stadium megaphone recreates the ambient sounds of Camp Nou during a big sports event. You will feel like one of the players!


The Visitor Dressing-Room

This dressing-room has been home to some of the football stars of all times. A little bit of world football history within your reach.


The Playing Field

You will enjoy the same view of Camp Nou and thread on the same playing-field that formed the stage for the magic of players such as Messi, Maradona, Ronaldinho, Xavi or Cruyff.


Press room and mixed zone

Tour the press room and mixed zone, the place where the trainer and our players make their statements once the matches finish at Camp Nou.


Messi Area

An area dedicated to the best player in the world, Leo Messi. Here you’ll find his five Golden Balls and 4 Gold Boots as well as enjoy all the magic of his goals through 2 interactive tables.

Multimedia facilities

A large interactive wall where you can access a huge database of images from the club’s history.

Europan Cups

Look back over the 23 Liga and 5 Champions League tournaments won by FC Barcelona over its history. Get to know the history of Barça through its trophies, tables and interactive walls.

Section trophies

Here you’ll have the chance to enjoy the national and international trophies from all sections of FC Barcelona.

Touch Screens

Use touch screens to enjoy more than 200 magical moments from the history of the Club.

Audiovisual Screens

Relive the best Barça moments on a 35 metre-wideaudiovisual projection.

Press booths

This is where commentators from all over the world make their reports and broadcasts.




Type Price Date Quantity
With free date ADULT
33.00 €
33.00 €
FREE
+
-
With free date CHILD
27.00 €
27.00 €
FREE
+
-
With reserved day and time ADULT
32.00 €
32.00 €
+
-
With reserved day and time CHILD
26.00 €
26.00 €
+
-
Amount: 0.00

Address:


Camp Nou, Av. Arístides Maillol, 08028 Barcelona. Spain


Opening hours:


Open every day of the year except 1 January and 25 December.
You don’t need to specify a date or time to make your reservation.
Liga and Copa del Rey matches:
The Tour will be closed all day. You can only visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History, Messi Area, Section Trophies) and a panoramic view of the stadium up to 3 hours before the match starts.
Champions League match days:
The day before and the day of the match, the Tour will be closed. You can only visit the Museum (Trophy Room, History, Messi Area, Section Trophies) and a panoramic view of the stadium up to 3pm.
To make the visit more comfortable, are recommended make it early morning hours (before 11 am) or in the afternoon (after 4 pm).

The Tour lasts around 1.5 hours.




How to get to there with public transport:

Trambaix - Tranvía:

A good way to get to Camp Nou is by taking the tram. The nearest station to the stadium is Avinguda de Xile / Camp Nou del Trambaix.



TMB - Metro:

Another option we recommend is to use the Barcelona Metrpolitan Transit system (Metro). There are two lines you can use to get to the stadium: line L3 (green) – get off at the Palau Reial or Les Corts station; and line L5 (blue) – get off at the Badal or Collblanc station).



Autobús:

Although we wouldn’t recommend it since you might end up getting stuck in traffic on match days, you can use the bus. Several lines go past Camp Nou and you can catch them anywhere in the city.

The lines are: D20, H6, H8, 7, 33, 54, 56, 57, 59, 63, 67, 68, 70, 75, 78, 113, 157 & L12, N2, N3, N12, N14



Car:

This is the least advisable option. The area around the stadium tends to get saturated on match days and it’s difficult to park around the stadium. If you do choose to drive here, we recommend you park in the streets next to the stadium in the Les Corts district, or in private car parks.

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