Camp Nou Tours | 2023 Complete Guide
This one is for all football fans out there! Well, also non-football folks looking for a unique experience on their visit to Spain. The home ground of FC Barcelona, Camp Nou is the largest football stadium in the country and the third largest in the world. Having hosted the Champions League finals, the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, the FIFA World Cup, the 1992 Summer Olympics, and several other important football events, Camp Nou is one of the most historic and spectacular stadiums in the world with a seating capacity of 99,354 people!
Here’s a complete guide on the Camp Nou tours and what to expect on your visit!
All Your Camp Nou Tour Options
FC Barcelona: Spotify Camp Nou Stadium & Museum Tour
1 hr. 30 min.
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FC Barcelona: Spotify Camp Nou Stadium Tour Plus Sport
1 hr. 30 min.
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FC Barcelona: Spotify Camp Nou Players Experience Tour
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Skip-the-Line Guided Tour of FC Barcelona Spotify Camp Nou
1 hr. 30 min.
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The Barcelona Pass – Unlimited Attractions Pass
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Guided Tours vs Non-Guided Tours
- Guided tours include an expert tour guide, who knows the attraction like the back of their hand and can provide you with all the information you need. Tap into them for some interesting stories about the stadium.
- Tickets for a Camp Nou tour come with a skip the line feature, which allows you to skim past long queues and access the stadium on priority.
- Guided tours have a fixed itinerary that includes all the major points of interest you should visit inside the attraction. It makes it easier to navigate a site as vast and historic as Camp Nou Stadium.
- Camp Nou tours include a small group of people to offer tourists a more complete and interactive experience.
- A general admission ticket allows you to explore the stadium at your own pace.
- Get yourself an audio guide to know more about the history and other points of interest at the stadium.
- With a general admission ticket, you won’t be able to skip the line or walk past huge crowds to enter the stadium on a non-guided tour. Camp Nou is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Spain. Queues are long due to which you might have to wait in line for anywhere between 30 minutes to a couple of hours.
What to Expect on a Camp Nou Guided Tour?
The Camp Nou Stadium is huge with a seating capacity of 99,354 people and several other sections for tourists to visit. It might get a little too overwhelming or difficult to navigate the stadium all by yourself, which is why we recommend booking a guided tour. Camp Nou tours include an expert guide who possesses in-depth knowledge of the attraction making them the best person to tap into for information about the history of the stadium.
After you meet your group at the pick-up point, you will be taken to the stadium where your first stop will be the Camp Nou Museum, which is home to an interesting collection of objects, displays, and interactive walls that tell the rich history of FC Barcelona. Get a glimpse into the lives of legends like Ronaldinho, Diego Maradona, Pep Guardiola, and several others. Also, visit the pitch and the stands that offer spectacular views of the stadium.
Check out the dressing room of the players as well as the press boxes, press room, and mixed zone. Towards the end of the tour, you will also be taken to the stadium’s multimedia space that boasts interesting stories and facts about Camp Nou. After this, you are free to explore the stadium for as long as you please, grab a meal at the Barca Café, and visit the club’s official store for FC Barcelona merchandise.
Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium & Museum Tour
FC Barcelona Camp Nou Stadium and Museum VIP visit with an expert
Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday
Camp Nou Stadium
English, French, Spanish and Catalan
11+ years old
4-10 years old
Book the most delightful and amazing experience you could ever have in Barcelona! A privileged and unforgettable moment with VIP guides/sports journalists with special access to the Barça museum and areas of the stadium that are not open to the public.
Buenos días! We are sports journalists who get press pass to see the game at F.C. Barcelona in the press box and meet the players in the mixed zone after the match! Nico is our Lionel Messi expert as he lived in Rosario, Argentina, at the same time as the Barça nº10 when he was a kid. Matt, half Spanish, knows everything about La Liga. You’ll be impressed! Olivier have seen more than 200 games at Camp Nou since he arrived in Barcelona in 2005. Ludivine has 15 years of experience in sports journalism and she is our women touch!
- Did you know that the stadium is called Camp Nou because of the dictator Franco?
- Do you know the origin of ‘More Than One Club’, the motto of Barça?
- Can you tell what the F.C. Barcelona represents in the city’s GDP?
- Discover a series of anecdotes that will help you better understand the Barça and the city of Barcelona.
- Discover where the players go on a game day thanks to photos chosen for you.
- Imagine yourself in the Barça dressing room thanks to a video chosen for you!
- Learn why some players never talk to the press.
- Relive where Barça scored Remontada’s last goal against PSG.
- Take the place of the F.C. Barcelona players when they enter the field!
- Access the changing room, the press room, the tunnel to the field, the benches, the edges of the field and the trophy room.
What Our Guests Say
“Best experience of our honeymoon”
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“Phenomenal and plentiful”
We were so excited to find the perfect tour…futbol and food tour. Our guide took the time to take us to places to share historical references (outside of the food tour) as well as took us where the locals eat; from the best croissants (2010), best chocolate cake, to a fantastic tapas establishment. For lunch, he brought us to a picturesque local restaurant for paella overlooking the sea. He went above and beyond to arrange a special lunch for my husband who has dietary concerns. The lunch, needless to say, was phenomenal and plentiful.
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“Great seats and a good view”
We had the most incredible honeymoon in Spain and it was all thanks to Matt, the owner of Food Lover Tour®. We booked the Foodball tour which is a VIP futbol game, tapas, and is followed by paella on the beach! With a win for Barcelona, the 2 other couples and myself enjoyed a lot of cava! We happened to be with 2 other American couples and bonded over drinks and food at the game. This is all included and is well worth it. We had great seats and a good view of Messi! I truly know I will never be able to have this experience again and took so many pictures so I can relive it.
– KerryV410 · TripAdvisor
“This an amazing deal”
My fiance and I chose to do the Foodball tour, which included a ticket to a Barcelona vs. Valencia soccer game in a VIP box, as well as lunch on the GORGEOUS beach with wonderful Paella, and a tapas bar before that. Not only was this an amazing deal for the game ticket being included, the company and tour by Matt was a blast! It literally felt we were just hanging out with a group of friends we have known forever! I couldnt have asked for a better tour when in Barcelona and if you clicked on this option, please listen to the reviews and book with them!! When I come back to Barca, I’m doing it again 🙂
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Author’s excursions from Barcelona
INCREDIBLE EXCURSIONS. SPECIAL ISSUE “SUMMER-AUTUMN”.
Surprise, captivate, be different!
FOOTBALL V.I.P. EXCURSION
If you are a true fan of Barça and can’t resist the charm of a star team, only for you this season – FOOTBALL FAN EXCURSION on the bus of the famous club!
In fact, the Barca Football Club uses three branded buses, but it just so happened that he is ready to rent one of them to his most devoted fans. This pleasure is not cheap, but what a memory and what photos!
Our highly qualified erudite guide will take you to the most interesting corners of the capital of Catalonia. You will see the most significant sights of Barcelona, climb Mount Montjuic, take pictures in front of the Holy Family Church, admire the sea panorama of the embankments and walk along the ancient streets of the Gothic Quarter. In addition, you will learn the most important football secrets of the city of : where Barça fans gather after each match, where folk festivities take place on the occasion of the victory of their favorite team, where star players live and in what restaurants they like to dine.
The culmination of the tour will be a visit to the Nou Camp stadium, where stars dressed in blue-violet colors come out every day! Camp Nou experience Museum is one of the top 10 most visited sights in the Catalan capital, slightly behind the pointed spiers of the Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia and other eccentric creations of Antonio Gaudí.
After all, Barça is more than just a club!
In addition to visiting the museum, the Camp Nou experience includes visits to football “behind the scenes”: resident box, press room, TV room, field and benches for players.
Attention! The tour is available on request on any day of the week during the opening hours of the museum, except for December 25, January 1 and 6. Also exceptions are days of home matches of the Champions League, when the schedule of the museum and the stadium tour should be clarified.
20 pers. – 170 €, 30 people – 115 €, 40 people – 85 €
Price: 23 €/adult and 17 €/child from 6 to 13 years old (children under 5 years old free of charge)
EXCURSION “CINEMA, WINE AND FRANCE” 12 hours.
July and August on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Only 3 hours from Barcelona a unique opportunity to meet your favorite actor Pierre Richard. Not on the big screen, but in his own winery. Not just like that, but to the point. Skip a glass or two of wine, listen to what the harvest has turned out to be today, immerse yourself in the secrets of the vine and, of course, buy a couple of bottles personally signed by Pierre Richard PERSONALLY for you!
The tour starts with a visit to the closest region to Catalonia Languedoc-Roussillon . In the morning, at the choice of the client: acquaintance with the castles of the Cathars and the Templars , their secrets and history (the area of the castle of Montsegur or the castle of Peripitus and their environs) or acquaintance with historical cities, their squares, streets and palaces (Carcassonne or Narbonne or Perpignan and Collioure). In the afternoon, the tour is complemented by visits to Pierre Richard’s oyster farm and wine cellars.
|1–3 persons||4–5 people||6–8 people|
|525 € from Lloret de Mar||545 € from Lloret de Mar||560 € from Lloret de Mar|
|550 € from Barcelona||595 € from Barcelona||625 € from Barcelona|
EXCURSION “BARCELONA SPORT AND SPEED” 6 hours
any day of the week on request
Excursion with a visit to the most famous sports facilities in Barcelona and Catalonia: Nou Camp, the home stadium of the Barça football club, with a museum dedicated to the legendary team. At the stadium, you can go up to the presidential podium, look into the press room, look around the locker rooms and the entrance to the field, feel like a member of the team for a minute.
Continuation of the tour to the Formula 1 stadium in Montmelo, where race cars are held every May. You will see a fascinating film that tells the history of this sport, you will visit the workshops, in the stands, consider all the turns of this difficult track.
Optional: a combination visit to the Formula 1 stadium in Montmelo and a winery with wine tasting in Alella.
|1-3 people||4-5 people||6-8 people|
|320 €||350 €||385 €|
Approximate ticket price per person: entrance to the Barca Museum and the Nou Camp stadium for an adult – 24 €, for a child from 6 to 13 years old – 18 €.
Entrance to the Formula 1 stadium (groups from 1 to 10 people) – about 170 € per group.
EXCURSION “ICE AND FIRE” 4 hours – 150 €
Every day of the week, except Monday, from 2 pm or later.
Perhaps the most unusual entertainment in Barcelona – the sparkling realm of cold and the hot tenderness of the East – a bright gift for lovers of unexpected discoveries. During a 4-hour walk you will discover the charm of Ciutadella Park with its Fountain of Aurora and the mystical Palace of the Four Dragons, the beauty of Barcelona’s embankments, where among the fishing districts and avant-garde skyscrapers, so surreal, in Dalinian style, lurks Ice Bar made entirely of ice from walls to glasses. 45 minute tour of the establishment with all its wonders (average room temperature – 5ºC), a delicious cocktail on the terrace overlooking the sea and an hour and a half immersion in the magical world of water and aromas in the semi-darkness of Arab Baths .
Entrance tickets to both establishments – 60 € (reservation required).
A swimsuit, towel and slippers for the pool are required (rent / purchase possible on site).
Supplement for relaxing massage 15 minutes – 15 €, relaxing massage 25 minutes – 30 €, massage of the face, head or feet – 35 €.
Additionally, you can order Ritual Hamam , including Arabic baths, aromatherapy, Hamam cleaning, massage with saffron and mint tea – 75 € or Ritual Al Andalus , including Arabic baths, aromatherapy, cleaning with salts and herbs, massage with saffron and mint tea – 125 €.
SEGWAY EXCURSIONS AND THEIR ROLE IN THE LIFE OF A TOURIST
Segway is not just transport, it is something special!
Alternative tours of Barcelona, Madrid, Malaga, Seville and other cities in Spain. Unusual transport, unusual angle, unusual sensations. The perfect surprise gift for your loved ones. An interesting addition to a corporate outing. A good way to get to know the city and not get tired at the same time.
A ride on a Segway will remind you of your first date: happiness, adrenaline and wings behind your back!
BARCELONA TOUR EXAMPLES:
2 hours any day of the week at 10 am and 5 pm – 80 € (tour itself) and 150 € (Russian guide).
You will see the Olympic Port, Bogatell and Mar Bella, the Barcelona Forum area.
1 hour any day of the week at 10 am and 5 pm – 50 € (tour itself) and 100 € (Russian guide).
You will see the Olympic Port, Barceloneta, the Barcelona promenade, the Palace of the Sea, France Station, Ciutadella Park.
EXCURSION “MYSTERIES OF THE CATHARS AND THE DA VINCI CODE” 12 hours
Tour price with driver-guide
|1–3 people||4–5 people||6–8 people|
|555 € from Lloret de Mar||595 € from Lloret de Mar||645 € from Lloret de Mar|
|595 € from Barcelona||625 € from Barcelona||695 € from Barcelona|
All year round.
Until now, the south of France is called the “Land of the Cathars”.
The history of the Cathars is considered one of the most exciting and mysterious pages of the history of the Middle Ages. Their religion and way of life is completely unique.
The Cathar heresy, which met with fierce opposition from the Catholic Church, was destroyed, powerful castles were destroyed. But what has survived makes a strong impression. First of all – medieval fortresses built in cities and on the tops of mountains and rocks, which controlled trade routes and military roads: Montse’gur, Peyrepertuse, Que’ribus, Puilaurens, Puivert, Roquefixade, Termes, Carcassonne. Almost all castles have to be climbed on foot.
Godforsaken village Rennes-le-Chateau in the south of France would have been unknown to anyone if it were not for a couple of books and films that told the world a truly amazing and mysterious story of this place. Among those surprised was Dan Brown , who wrote the famous bestseller The Da Vinci Code based on it.
A modest local minister of the Church Berenger Sauniere caused a scandal with his inappropriate behavior for a priest: he spent huge sums of money on the construction of his own estate, arranged luxurious receptions, openly quarreled with his bishop. So what could a simple French curate in a rural church find that on his deathbed his friend the priest could not give him absolution? Treasure of the Visigoths or Cathars? Holy Grail?
Rennes-le-Château is a thrilling novel about hidden treasures, unsolved murders, supernatural powers, cipher texts on parchment scrolls and tombstones, hidden symbolism of statues and paintings, mysterious and mysteriously wealthy priests, occult brotherhoods, strange rituals and obscure legends.
Possible combinations of excursions : Carcassonne + Montsegur, Pereperthuse + Quiribuse, Rennes-le-Chateau + Carcassonne and others.
EXCURSION “NIGHT OF SURREALISM”.
from 01 to 31 August.
The Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres will open its doors for the 17th time at night, the time of romantics and lovers.
Mysterious, unusual, exciting, like its owner, the theater-museum will not leave anyone indifferent. Paintings, compositions, sculptures – everything appears to the visitor in a different light. A glass of champagne on the terrace… The play of shadows in the auditorium of the former theatre… The music of the night… It’s impossible to describe. It needs to be lived.
The tour starts with a visit to the province Girona . At the choice of the client: acquaintance with the capital of the province , the city of Girona (medieval palaces, Jewish quarter, Cathedral) or acquaintance with the Costa Brava , its history and the most picturesque corners (Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar, or Pals and Empuriabrava). Both in Girona and the Costa Brava you can arrange a romantic dinner (for an additional fee). From 22:00 to 00:30 the tour is supplemented by visit to the theater-museum of S. Dali . Entrance ticket 13 € also includes an exhibition of jewels created by the artist.
EXCURSION FROM BARCELONA 9 hours (transport and guide)
|1–3 people||4–5 people||6–8 people|
|425 €||465 €||495 €|
COST OF THE EXCURSION FROM THE COSTA BRAVA 6 hours (transport and guide)
|1–3 persons||4–5 people||6–8 people|
|335 €||365 €||390 €|
Luxury car supplement + 30%.
Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona: description, tour, on the map
Home » Where to go
- 1 Stadium Tour
- 1.1 Virtual Stadium
- 1.2 Away Team Dressing Room
- 1.3 Football Club Chapel
- 1.4 Football Club Tunnel
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- 1.6 Organization Hall
- 1.7 Presidential Box
- 2 Stadium Museum
- 3 Reconstruction
- 4 How to get to the stadium?
The Camp Nou stadium is located in the western part of Barcelona and is of historical and world value. The most significant football competitions are held on its field. This is the stadium of the Barcelona football club, which was recently awarded five stars by the UEFA rating. Only a few stadiums in the world can boast such a high status, which is why tickets for Barcelona matches are selling like pies.
It was opened in 1957 and can accommodate about 99 thousand spectators. Many tourists tend to visit it, as it is a kind of “Mecca” for football fans of the Spanish team and fans of other teams in the world.
The size of the football field is 105 by 68 meters, and the stands around it are set to 48 meters.
Arriving at this stadium, you can seem to go “behind the scenes” of the football field and see how the preparations for the match are being carried out, how and under what conditions the players and their managers have to prepare before the action takes place on the field.
By purchasing a ticket for the Barcelona FC Camp Nou Experience tour, you get access to visit not only the backstage of the football club, but also the museum located next to it, as well as the multimedia center.
The beauty of the tour is that there will be no guides around the stadium and its surroundings, and you will have to figure out the laughter of the stadium yourself, focusing only on the yellow fences that block the path in one direction or another and help you complete the entire route. You won’t get lost, because almost every hundred meters along the entire length of the route you can meet security guards or stadium employees. You can ask them about the correctness of their path, they will kindly tell you, because this is their task: to maintain the illusion of independence among stadium visitors, but at the same time correctly adjusting their route.
Along the way you will come across exhibits, but you can find out about their origin and what they mean for the football team only by the signs next to them. For more complete information, it is better to use the audio guide, which is offered at the entrance to the stadium.
At first, visitors get to the Camp nou itself, and then they can get acquainted with the club’s museum.
A whole hall is allocated for this kind of familiarization attraction, in which a video about the stadium itself is shown, it is made in 3D, so it creates the feeling of being on the field. Children especially like the ten-minute introductory introduction, because for them it runs like a cartoon, there are no words and text in the video, so you just need to carefully watch and imagine. In such a short demonstration period, you can see several fragments of the legendary matches of Barça.
Away Team Dressing Room
This is a fairly modestly furnished room, which contains only the necessary things without frills, the opposing team will be comfortable in changing clothes, but it will not be possible to relax and unwind. There is even a shared shower.
On the other hand, the owners’ locker room, which is described by the audio guide but is not to be visited, has a spa, meeting room, pharmacy, treatment room, and is larger. In it, the players do not feel disadvantaged and can relax before the next half.
Football Club Chapel
It was equipped in the second year after the opening of the stadium in 1958. And it was consecrated by the sacred husband John Paul II – Pope of Rome in 1982. In the chapel, players pray before the match, asking for help and guidance.
Players get onto the field along it, only after passing under it you understand how exciting it is for each of them to appear in front of an audience of many thousands and play worthily without disappointing their expectations. When there is a tour, the stadium is empty at that time and even training is not carried out. But if you connect your imagination, you can imagine how everything starts to move on it.
Football Club Press Center
This small hall can accommodate up to 120 people, press conferences held in it can be both before the match and after it. In the latter case, two players are present at a meeting with journalists, they are chosen by representatives of the club or at the request of the press, which focuses on what happened to them on the field.
The mix zone is intended for one-on-one interviews with coaches and team players.
There is a special box for the press at the stadium, it is located quite close to the field, only at the level of 35 meters and causes wild delight among many visitors. At 29booths are equipped with everything necessary for commentators to broadcast the game live. From this place, you can appreciate what the management and important guests see on the field during the games of FC Barcelona.
It is also worth noting that this is a corporate meeting place for important meetings, where sponsors of the team meet very often and discuss its achievements. The most significant awards and gifts of the club are also presented here:
- lithograph by Miro, a famous artist who created it especially for the Barcelona club;
- board of honor of all club presidents, whose names are collected in chronological order from the day of foundation;
- UEFA 5 star plaque.
Having been in it, you can enjoy the best view of the stadium, only very important people are located here.
After a two-hour tour of the stadium and its nooks and crannies, you will have the opportunity to visit the FC Barcelona Museum, where all the commemorative trophies of the team are kept, many exhibits related to football.