Camp Nou

Would it be possible to go to Barcelona and not watch the mythical soccer team play? For sports enthusiasts this is a must, but even if you are not a soccer fan, a visit to legendary Camp Nou stadium is a good way to experience a bit of the sport and team that is said to have five hundred million fans worldwide. The stadium holds more than one hundred thousand people, the largest one in Europe, and is home to the team that counts on sporting icons such as Lionel Messi and made headlines with a dramatic world record transfer of football star Neymar to a Parisian team. The “Camp Nou Experience” lasts 90 minutes and includes a tour of the locker rooms, soccer field, pressrooms, panoramic views of the stadium and a visit to the museum, where the most significant prizes are on display. The highlight of the trophy display are the five Champions League titles, the most sought after championship in Europe. There is also an interactive area with the club’s history and a special room fully dedicated to Messi, considered one of the best players ever, where you can watch some of his most amazing goals on screen. Camp Nou is open all year round, except on days with important games, and opening hours vary, so do check the website in advance for operational information and tickets. But really… watching a live game is an uncomparable experience!

Carrer d'Aristides Maillot 12, Barcelona