19 Jun Nou Camp, Barcelona
There’s a reason Nou Camp is the most popular football stadium in all of Spain. Since it opened its doors in 1957, it has housed thousands of avid supporters. Fans of Barcelona FC come from across the globe to marvel at the sheer size and beauty of this magnificent arena, as well as take a sneak peek at the player’s dressing rooms, tunnel and dugouts on the ‘Camp Nou Experience’. With a capacity of 98,787, it currently stands as the biggest football stadium in all of Europe.
General admission to the museum and tour is €23. Children, students, OAPs and members of the Barca Supporters Club get a discounted fare of €17 while children under 6 go free.
If you’re using public transport to get to Camp Nou, your best bet is to use the metro. Various stations lie close to the stadium and are all approximately 10 mins walk from the grounds. From the city centre, you can take Metro Line 3 in the direction of Zona Universitaria and stop off at Les Corts.
If you’re travelling by car from the B-20 motorway, take exit qq and follow the B-23 towards the city centre. Keep right on the B-23 and after about 2km, you’ll FC Barcelona will be signposted.
There’s free parking available in the grounds during the ‘Camp Nou Experience’ opening hours but if it’s a match day, parking is only available up to 4 hours before kick-off.
The stadium tour is generally open from 9:30am to 7:30pm during peak summer season. Those hours change slightly during the off-peak season. Opening hours are also restricted during match days so check out their website, here before heading to the stadium.