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Camp Nou, Barcelona

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Take in the local sports culture at Camp Nou, one of the largest stadiums in the world, with an impressive capacity of nearly 100,000 spectators. The stadium is not only home to one of Europe’s top soccer clubs, Barcelona FC, but also the site of one of the city’s most visited museums. A thrilling experience for any soccer enthusiast, the museum highlights some of the finest moments in the club’s history and offers informative and entertaining tours of the stadium itself, which was originally opened in 1957 and expanded for the 1982 World Cup. Join a guided tour to see the team’s dressing rooms, the tunnel, and the famous field. Put Camp Nou and other Barcelona attractions into our Barcelona driving holiday app, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Absolutely great experience! Even if you are not fcbarcelona fan. It is a truly impactful setting. Just one thing that I didn’t like - 1 photo that they made in the stadium costs 12 euro. It is too... 
    Absolutely great experience! Even if you are not fcbarcelona fan. It is a truly impactful setting. Just one thing that I didn’t like - 1 photo that they made in the stadium costs 12 euro. It is too...  more »
  • we spent around 5 hours in total,great museum if you like footie stuff,walked into stadium,would be great to see it at a game,really enjoyed our visit 
    we spent around 5 hours in total,great museum if you like footie stuff,walked into stadium,would be great to see it at a game,really enjoyed our visit  more »
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  • Absolutely loved it! What an experience for me and my wife! We had a blast. Lots of bathroom at almost every entrance to the seats. The views were great from the second balcony in the corner. Definitely a MUST visit for the museum but if you can also catch a game you have to go!!
  • We bought the tour around the stadium and at night we went on game. There are a lot of things to see in the stadium like golden shoes of the players, their trophies and clothes. There aren’t any interactive places so I would not recommend this for younger children. The game night was something totally different because of the atmosphere. There is a big parking space and everything is good explained and marked so you will not have a problem with orientation.

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