Although the beautiful Catalan capital doesn't need its stadium to attract tourists from all over the world, the Camp Nou and its legendary team have helped to shape the city's image and raise its profile. Although it is not easy to get tickets for Barça matches, tours of the stadium are organised. Despite its name, which means 'new stadium' in Catalan, Camp Nou opened its stands for the first time in 1957. It now has over 99,000 seats, making it the largest stadium in Europe.
The Camp Nou is undoubtedly a temple for football fans, and more specifically for FC Barcelona fans, being the largest stadium in Spain and Europe. You'll be amazed by the immensity of the stadium! The stadium's museum is the second most visited in Spain, after the Prado museum in Madrid! As well as discovering the Camp Nou, you can also learn about the history of FC Barcelona through a museum that houses trophies and objects from the club's great players, whose reputation is international. During the visit, you'll follow the same route as the players on match day. The Camp Nou awaits you for an immersion experience at the heart of one of the greatest clubs in the history of football.
The history of Barcelona's Camp Nou
You can visit the players' changing rooms, admire the little chapel dedicated to the Black Madonna in the corridor that the players use to access the pitch, not forgetting the press room, the presidential box, the touchline benches, the trophy room and, of course, the official Barça shop! Mes Que Un Club, the club's slogan, is written in gigantic letters on the stands.
There are four stages to the visit, starting with a visit to the trophy gallery, where you can see the club's record of achievements and all the trophies it has won. Next up is the Messi area, dedicated to Lionel Messi and his history with the club. Here you can admire the legend's Ballon d'Or trophies. Then there's the penultimate stop, where you can visit the Camp Nou visitors' changing room. Last but not least, and most impressive of all, is the entrance to the stadium.
📍 Location: C. d'Arístides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
🚌 Getting there: accessible by metro, with line 3, with Stations Palau Reial i Les Corts station, and line 5, with Collblanc i Badal station.
- from 17 October to 19 December, it is open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm and on Sundays from 10am to 3pm
- from 20 December to 9 January, it is open every day from 9.30 am to 6 pm
- 10 January to 8 April: open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm and Sunday from 10am to 3pm
- From 9 April to 16 October: open daily from 9.30am to 7pm
Closed on 1 January and 25 December
⚠️ Times may vary on match days.
👛 Prices: prices vary according to the package chosen
- Flexible ticket: from €32
- Basic tour ticket: from €28
- Players Experience Tour ticket: from €139
🕑 Length of visit: 1h30
🎟️ Tickets: tickets to enter the stadium are available by booking online and on site at the ticket offices. To book your ticket online, visit the official Camp Nou website
👉 Tip: if you're a football fan, tryey to buy a ticket to watch a match! Tickets are expensive, in every sense of the word, but the experience is worth the diversions. The atmosphere in Europe's biggest stadium is fantastic.
⚽ A behind-the-scenes tour of the Nou Camp, home of FC BarcelonaEnter the mythical stadium of the mythical and historic club FC Barcelona
A few tips for your visit
- Free parking nearby
- To avoid the crowds, it's best to visit the stadium at off-peak times, i.e. when it opens or at the end of the day.