Visit the home turf of FC Barcelona!
An intriguing audio-guided tour of Camp Nou, home to F.C. Barcelona
Camp Nou, home to FC Barcelona, has reopened its doors to visitors on 12 June 2020, following three months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Several safety measures have been administered in place to ensure public health. If you plan to visit, ensure that you are familiar with the new measures.
The Camp Nou museum, Barca store and customer service offices will be open to the public. The ice rink, however, will be closed until further notice.
Here are all the things to keep in mind for your Camp Nou tour:
Home to FC Barcelona since its completion in 1957, Camp Nou is the largest stadium in Spain and the third-largest football stadium in the world! One of the most historic football stadiums in the world, Camp Nou has hosted two Champions League finals, two UEFA Cup Winners' Cups, and matches of other major football events, including the FIFA World Cup, the 1992 Summer Olympics and more. This massive football stadium can accommodate a massive 99,354 people at a time!
Architects Francesc Mitjans Miro and Josep Soteras Mauri collaborated with Lorenzo Garcia Barbon to design Camp Nou with construction work taking place between 1955 and 1957. The best way to discover these facilities is through a Camp Nou tour. These tours are designed to give you an intimate peek into the historical significance and present-day state of Camp Nou stadium. If you're planning on visiting the iconic stadium, our Camp Nou guide has all the information you would need to make your experience remarkable.
February to March 25th:
March 26th to October 14th:
October 15th to December 15th:
December 17th to December 31st:
C. d'Arístides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona
Looking for Camp Nou tickets? There are three variants you can choose from. A timed entry ticket that allows you to pick a specific time for your tour, an open entry ticket that allows you to visit Camp Nou anytime within a year from the date of purchase, and a guided tour with lunch ticket that includes a knowledgeable guide and scrumptious tapas! Choose from the three options below and tour the home ground of FC Barcelona in the best way possible.
Camp Nou is open throughout the year, except on January 1st, January 6th, September 24th, and 25th December. Camp Nou is currently closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The Camp Nou tour is not available on the day of and the day before a Champions League matchday. When planning your trip, check the match dates once to ensure they don't coincide with your visit.
Even on matchdays, the Camp Nou Museum, the trophy room, and the Messi area are open until 3:00 PM. In terms of crowd, we recommend visiting the stadium when there is no match scheduled there and on a weekday. During the weekends, Camp Nou gets pretty crowded since even the locals step in for a visit.
Your Camp Nou tour will start from the pick-up point. From here, you'll be taken to Camp Nou stadium in an air-conditioned coach. The first stop in your Camp Nou tour will be the first floor of the Camp Nou Museum. The museum boasts new displays, large-format interactive walls and a wide collection of objects that showcase the history of FC Barcelona.
During your Camp Nou experience, you'll get to revisit the lives of some of the most iconic players in the world, including Diego Maradona, Pep Guardiola, Ronaldinho, László Kubala, and many others. You'll also get to pass by significant areas in Camp Nou, including the tunnel that leads to the pitch from where you can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire stadium. After this, you'll get to visit the television studio, the mixed zone, the press room, and the press box. Your tour will come to a close on the second floor of the stadium that houses Camp Nou's newly-built multimedia space.
Once you're done experiencing the multimedia space, you will be free to explore the stadium on your own for as long as you please. Before you leave the stadium, you'll get the opportunity to purchase authentic FC Barcelona merchandise at the club's official store.
Barcelona boasts a robust public transport network that connects all its important parts. Here are your options to get to Camp Nou:
If you are taking the metro, you can stop at Collblanc or Badal station. The stadium is a short, 5-minute walk from the station.
The closest car park to the stadium is 300 meters away and is called 'BSM Tanatori Les Corts'. Another car park called ‘Ronda Park’ is situated 400 meters from the stadium.
If you are coming via bus, take line 59 or 54.
Depending on how far your hotel is from Camp Nou stadium, you can rent a bike and enjoy a beautiful ride through gorgeous Barcelona.
Q. Is it safe to visit Camp Nou post-COVID-19?
A. To ensure the safety of its visitors, Camp Nou is encouraging visitors to reserve their time slots online. Several safety measures and guidelines have also been enforced to ensure the safety of its visitors.
Q. What are the safety measures and guidelines in place at Camp Nou?
A. In light of COVID-19, multiple health and safety measures have been enforced. It is mandatory that visitors wear masks that cover their nose and face throughout their entire visit; hand sanitizer gels have also been provided; social distancing markers have been placed at regular intervals. The number of visitors permitted per time slot has been reduced as well.
Q. Are Camp Nou tours available online post-COVID-19?
A. Yes. You can book your Camp Nou tours online now to get priority treatment and reduce physical contact.
Q. What is the cancelation policy for Camp Nou tours?
A. It depends on the Camp Nou tour you choose to book. While some tickets offer a full refund on canceling tickets up to 48-72 hours in advance, for others there may be no refund available on cancelation. Please check before you make your reservation.
Q. What parts of Camp Nou are open to the public post-COVID-19?
A. Visitors can explore the Camp Nou Museum, the Barca store, and customer service offices; the ice rink will be closed until further notice.
Q. What are Camp Nou hours post-COVID-19?
A. Camp Nou museum is open between 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM from Monday to Sunday; the Access and Explanade areas are open from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM from Monday to Sunday; the Barca Store is open from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM from Monday to Sunday.