Camp Nou tour: information, skip the line and discounts

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If football is a religion, Camp Nou Stadium it is his temple.



Not even the hardened thugs from other clubs can deny the greatness of its tenant, FC Barcelona.

Today's visit to the Barcelona stadium is the second largest tourist attraction in Catalonia after the epic Sagrada Familia, and although they don't serve beer during the alldo we only owe him respect?



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Because private tours with a live guide can cost up to 10 times more, tourists almost always go for the fantastic self-guided tour with informational signs.

This interactive tour and museum of the Camp Nou is aptly called the Camp Nou Experience and is 90 minutes of football folklore just for you.

New field stadium

With the Camp Nou Experience tickets you visit some of the most emblematic areas of the stadium from Barcelona.

For me the highlight was the guest wardrobe. You will see the board where coaches like Mourinho, Wenger and Ferguson devised strategies for Ronaldo, Henry and van Nistelrooy, imagine the genius!



See massage tables and Jacuzzi for Exclusive That television can never show you

You will feel like a gamer when you cross the players tunnel and come to the field that was the site of two Champions League finals, the 1982 World Cup and the 1992 Summer Olympics.



Once you've explored the grass of the field, you cango to the bank and even go to the commentator's booth et the presidential platform for the best views of the stadium.

Yes, it could only be better if Messi showed up for a challenge on the crossbar!

New camp museum

It is here in this modern and interactive space, we appreciate the quality of this club.

You will start listening the team anthem with translation into almost any language.

It is in the museum that you can consult touchscreens with a lot of information about the most important players of the club. You'll also get a great insight into the team's history by watching a presentation video of some of the club's best moments on a giant screen.

Discover the 22 league trophies and 4 Champions League trophies (It's a selfie you might need to take!). In addition to a multitude of memorabilia and equipment spanning A 100 year history.



To top it all, visit the largest official FC Barcelona store.

Messi space of the camp nou

The best footballer in the world plays in Barcelona and has so many things that he needs his own pavilion.


Here you can discover the 3 Soulier d'Or and 5 Golden Globes of the legend. You can also see all their goals in any of the two interactive walls and even vote for your favorite.


Prices for the visit to the camp nou stadium

Most tourists buy tickets for Camp Nou excursions at gate 9, but remember that in addition to the long lines € 3,50 fee in the place - so it is not recommended.

The following prices are online prices for general admission (instructions to come).

  • Adults: € 26,00.
  • Seniors (70+): € 20,00.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 20,00.
  • Children (under 4 years old): free.

For all discounted tickets, tourists must present identification (passport or driver's license).

Tickets to visit the camp nou

It wouldn't be the second largest tourist spot in the city without the crowds, and especially in summer, the queues can last hours.



For this reason, you must book your tickets for the Camp Nou Tour online. in advance.

You can buy tickets for the Camp Nou Experience through Ticketbar: here you will find the best market prices and the only Camp Nou Experience tickets that allow youavoid queues.


These tickets are sent instantly by email.

All you have to do is display them on a smartphone (or print them out) and go to door 9 of Avinguda Joan XXII to enter directly.


Scheduled visits to the Camp Nou

Football Club Barcelona likes to reward those who give it the opportunity to predict and control the number of spectators. Is then the cheapest option for those looking to control their spending.

Slots start every hour from 10 am to 17 pm (11 am, 12 pm, 13 pm, etc.).

  • Adults: € 26,00. (€ 28,00 in high season)
  • Seniors (70+): € 20,00.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 20,00.
  • Children (under 4 years old): free.

Click on the button below to get your tickets for the Camp Nou tour through Ticketbar.

Free date entry

An "open" ticket to visit the stadium anytime, this gives you additional comfort. It's purchasable exclusively on Ticketbar and it is not even available on the Camp Nou Barcelona official website. It is recommended for people who have rough plans but cannot commit to a specific schedule.

  • Adults: € 32,00.
  • Seniors (70+): € 28,00.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 28,00.
  • Student: € 28,00.
  • Children (under 4 years old): free.
  • Audio guide: € 6,00.

You can reserve your open ticket by clicking the button below:

Attention! From July 1 to September 1 and from December 26 to January 4, “free” access to the Camp Nou is only possible from 13:30 pm.

Barça card

incluye una stadium tour with free date, helmet Virtual reality, audioguide, scarf Official Barça and 10% off in the stadium store.

  • Adults: € 58,00.
  • Seniors (70+): € 51,50.
  • Students: € 51,50.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 51,50.
  • Children (under 4 years old): free.

Visit to the Camp Nou Plus

Even if the Barcelona stadium is empty, you can bring to life 100 screaming fans with your own virtual reality helmet.

Combine this with a audioguía multimedia (worth € 6,00 for other tickets) and you may get the best deal.

  • Adults: € 37,00.
  • Seniors (70+): € 30,00.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 30,00.
  • Children (under 4 years old): € 10,00.

Guided tour of the Camp Nou

If you want to have a real teaching on site, sign up for a tour with an experienced guide en English and Spanish that will bring the stadium's past to life before your eyes, with enthusiasm and humor.

These tours are limited to people 10 (up to 25 for the traditional visit), which will allow you to live a more intimate experience.

The visit lasts 90 minutes, every day at 11:00 am

  • Adults: € 55,00.
  • Seniors (70+): € 37,00.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 37,00.
  • Children (under 4 years old): free.

Player experience at the Camp Nou Tour

Do you want to know everything about the famous Barcelona stadium? Included the only way to visit the Barça boxes.

This ticket also includes the benefits of visiting the Camp Nou Plus: a guided tour (limited to 15 people) in English, and theVirtual Barça experience with VR glasses.

You will also get a aperitif in the VIP lounge of the Camp Nou.

Visits take place every day at 10 am and 12 pm

  • Adults: € 149,00.
  • Seniors (70+): € 99,00.
  • Children (4 to 10 years old): € 90,00.
  • Children (under 4 years old): € 39,00.

Buy your tickets by clicking the button below:

Attention! The Camp Nou Barcelona tour is not fully adapted for people with reduced mobility or in a wheelchair due to the large number of stairs and steps. People with disabilities can visit the museum, the interactive room and access the second floor to see the stadium from above.

Camp Nou visit hours

Opening hours and accessibility vary according to scheduled matches (more information below). Once you've logged in, there is no time limit for your visit during opening hours.

Last admission 90 minutes before closing.

  • January 2 to January 6, 2020: every day (10 am to 19:30 pm)
  • January 7 - April 13, 2020: Lunes a sábado (10 a.m. a 18:30 p.m.), domingo (10 a.m. a 14:30 p.m.)
  • April 14 - October 13, 2020: every day (9:30 a.m. to 19:30 p.m.)
  • October 14 - December 15, 2020: Lunes a sábado (10 a.m. a 18:30 p.m.), domingo (10 a.m. a 14:30 p.m.)
  • December 16 - December 31, 2020: every day (from 9:30 a.m. to 19:30 p.m.)
  • Closed Christmas and New Years

The Camp Nou stadium is closed to visitors on the day of the La Liga match.

For Champions League matches, the stadium is closed the day before and on the day of the match.

In both cases, only the museum and the panoramic view of the stadium (until 18 pm) remain open.

Check the FC Barcelona calendar to avoid confusion.

Arrive at the Camp Nou

You will find the stadium in the chic district of Les Corts, about 5 km from the city center.

It is highly recommended that you visit Barcelona with a discounted ticket.

The direction of the camp stage is now C / Arístides Mallol 1.

metro

The quickest way to get to Camp Nou is by taking the metro to one of the three stations: Les Corts (green line L3), Badal (blue line L5) or Collblanc (orange line L9).

If you have found accommodation near La Rambla and the Gothic Quarter, the best option is the Green Line.

If you are near the Sagrada Familia or the Eixample, take the blue line.

Each metro station is about an 8-10 minute walk from the stadium.

It will take between 25 and 30 minutes from any central location in Barcelona.

Taxi

The standard rate for a Barcelona taxi from most places in the city center to Camp Nou is between € 10,00 and € 14,00.

Get one € 5 reduction in his first run using the code "lucile.pic" through the Free Now application.

Bus

The Camp Nou is also accessible with buses 50, 54, 57, 70, 75, D20, H8, H10 and V3.

It is highly recommended that you check with the owner of your hotel or vacation apartment before taking a bus, as any mishaps finding stops can add a lot of time to the trip.

Trolley car

The Camp Nou tram station is Trambaix Avenida de Chile. It is served by lines T1, T2 and T3.

The tram service is mainly intended for outdoor areas such as San Joan Despí, San Just Desvern and Cornella. Barcelona stops include L'illa (home to a large shopping center) and Plaça de Francesc Macià.

Tips for visiting the Camp Nou

  • Get there as early as possible to avoid the crowds (after lunch is the busiest).
  • Allow 90-180 minutes for the tour depending on your love of soccer.
  • Don't use green if you want a shot with the terrain!
  • Bring comfortable shoes (no flip flops or heels) as you will be walking a lot.
  • If there is a risk of rain, please dress accordingly (the stadium has no roof!).
  • Bring the audio guide to enjoy the full experience.
  • Print the tickets if you can, as there have been problems with digital copies.
  • The club's department stores have it all, but look at the prices.
  • If you have limited luggage for the flight, you will find an FCB Duty Free shop at the airport.

Tickets for matches at Camp Nou + seating arrangements

Many of you have asked how to buy tickets for FC Barcelona matches and I have to say that, first of all, the city's subscribers have been holding out for generations and, above all, for the most important matches. you may be out of luck.

That being said, if you want to find any in reasonable prices, it will be through the giant tourist ticket Ticketbar. You will find the list of barça matches and ticket prices by clicking on the following button:

The three available sections are GOAL 1, 2 and 3 (behind the goal) and SIDE 1, 2 and 3 (in the middle of the field). To haveamazing view about Messi and company in action.

Here is a map of available venues:

How to use your tickets?

If you bought your tickets for the Barcelona match using the link above, make sure you arrive at Camp Nou approximately 30 to 45 minutes before - or arrive very early for a romantic getaway between you and the countryside before the crowds arrive.

Tickets can be printed or displayed on your smartphone.

For premium matches like Real Madrid or any of the Champions League playoff games, you will probably find little to choose from - if you have any difficulties, send me a message at lucile@visiterbarcelone.com and I'll try to pull the strings for you! !

Information about FC Barcelona and the Camp Nou stadium

Your experience at the Camp Nou will be much better with this little information:

Camp Nou history

  • Construction began on March 28, 1954.
  • The second largest football stadium in the world by capacity (99).
  • A replacement for the much smaller Camp de Les Corts stadium.
  • It underwent a massive expansion in 1980 for the 1982 World Cup.
  • It hosted the final of the Champions League, Olympic football, Pope John Paul II and more.
  • Cradle of the Catalan team (it has not welcomed the Spanish team since 1987).
  • Named a five-star stadium by UEFA in 1999.

New Camp Nou Barcelona

  • Original plans for the completion of the renovation works in 2011, slowed down by the 2008 economic crisis.
  • The Camp Nou is now ready for a massive € 600 million renovation in 2017.
  • Remodeled to celebrate the stadium's 50th anniversary.
  • Increase from 9 to 000 seats.
  • Completion date: 2021.

Barcelona football club

  • Founded by a group of Swiss, English and Catalan footballers in 1899.
  • One of the only major clubs owned and managed by its fans.
  • The second most valuable sports franchise in the world, valued at $ 3,16 billion.
  • The largest social network in the world followed by sports teams.
  • Half of the biggest soccer derby in the world (El Clásico).
  • The club with the highest number of Ballon d'Or holders (11).
  • Winners of 23 First League titles, four Champions League titles and three FIFA Club World Cups.
  • The "home" of possibly the best player in the world: Lionel Messi.

Where to eat near the Barcelona stadium?

DE ANGELIS

Address: Carretera de Collblanc 48 | Metro: Collblanc, blue line L5 | Price: 15-20 € | Italian cuisine - Pizzeria |
If you fancy a  Pizza, you must get there, with a wood oven and a recipe napolitano.

THE RIVER

Address: Carrer del Regent Mendieta 15 | Metro: Collblanc, blue line L5 | Price: € 10 | Vegetarian |
Vegetarian restaurant open just for lunch with fixed menu of € 10,50 with 3rd place + dessert. The atmosphere is that of a restaurant like at home, and the service is attentive, highly recommended!

Frequently asked questions about Camp Nou

Should I book my tickets for the Camp Nou Experience online in advance?

Absolutely. You get the best price and this is the only way to skip the lines.

What does my Camp Nou Experience ticket include?

You have (quite) free access to the stadium, the Barça museum, the multimedia area and the Messi area.

Is the visit guided?

No. It is a free visit where you can go at your own pace.

Can I visit the Camp Nou on match day?

No, the facilities are completely closed to the public on Barça match days.

How long is the visit?

Again, going at your own pace means it's up to you. That said, most tours last an average of 90-120 minutes.

Is there a time limit for my visit?

No, you are free to live the Camp Nou experience for as long as you want during opening hours.

If I buy a ticket for the match, will the museum be included?

No, these are separate tickets and you will have to pay extra.

When is the best time to visit?

As soon as possible, especially in summer.

What metro station can I use to go to Camp Nou in Barcelona?

The Camp Nou is accessible by the Palau Reial (green line L3), Les Corts (green line L3) and Collblanc (blue line L5, orange line L9S). Expect to walk 10-15 minutes to get to the stadium.

Is the Camp Nou tour accessible to people with reduced mobility and the elderly?

Partially. The staff only guarantees access to the museum and the panoramic view from the second bridge for people with reduced mobility. The remainder of the tour includes many stairs, although plans are being made to make it fully accessible.

Is there a place to eat at the Barcelona stadium?

Yes, you will have Tapas 24 and the legendary Spanish fast food restaurant Pans and Company.

Is there a place to buy souvenirs?

Yes! You can buy your souvenirs at the end of the tour in the huge FCB store.

Can I take photos at the Camp Nou experience?

Clear!

Can I go directly to Camp Nou from the airport?

Yes, just take the L9 metro (orange line) to Collblanc to get to the stadium from any of the terminals.

Does the Camp Nou have changing rooms to store my luggage?

If your luggage is not too big, you can ask directly at the Camp Nou ticket office if they can keep it. Otherwise, Bagbnb also has a luggage storage service 150 meters from the Camp Nou.

I have a specific request - is there a contact I can contact?

Yes, use oab@fcbarcelona.cat

Come and comment in the comments

Tell me about your visit to Camp Nou Barcelona in the comments below.

And feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions about your Barcelona vacation, if you're looking for that elusive 24-hour Moroccan-Australian fusion restaurant for lactose intolerant kids and parents looking for unlimited drinks, I'll do my best. possible to find it for you?

Also, don't be afraid to join the discussion about Barcelona attractions on my new Facebook group called “For City Lovers”. Here you can ask questions, voice your complaints, chat with other travelers and more - anything goes!






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