Camp Nou Tours

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Opening hours

January 7th- April 13th open daily from 9.30am – 6.30pm except Sunday 10am- 2.30pm.

April 14th- October 13th open daily from 9.30am- 7.30pm.

October 14th- December 15th open daily from 9.30am- 6.30pm except Sunday 10am- 2.30pm.

December 16th- January 5th open daily from 9.30am- 7.30pm.

The last admission is one hour before closing time.

Public holidays open from 10am- 2.30pm.

Closed on December 25th, January 1st and 6th

Tours are not conducted on match days featuring the first team or the day prior to Champions League matches taking place in the stadium.

How to get there

Tram- Lines T1, T2 and T3 operate to Trambaix Avinguda de Xile station; this is just 680 metres from the stadium.

Metro-There are several metro stations within 1km of the stadium. Palau Reial, Maria Cristina and Les Corts on L3. Badal on L5 and Collblanc on L5 or L9.

Bus- There are nearly 20 bus services that operate close to the Camp Nou Stadium. 7, 15, 33, 43, 50, 54, 59, 63, 67, 70, 72, 74, 75, 78, 113, V5, H8 and D20.

Hop-on hop-off tour bus- this bus operates to the stadium but cannot be guaranteed to arrive at a set time as it visits several tourist sites en-route.

Car- there is car parking available at the stadium.


How much does a Nou Camp Tour cost?
The self guided tour costs from 25 Euros for an adult ticket when bought online. It costs a few Euros more to buy at the ticket office. Child (6-13), seniors (70+) and student tickets cost 18 Euros. Children aged 5 and under receive free entry but a space on the tour must be booked for them. You should allow 90 minutes for a self guided tour. A tour with a guide costs 53 Euros and takes place on the hour from 10am until the last tour of the day at 5pm. A combined ticket using the hop-on hop-off bus and entry to a self guided tour costs 52 Euros for adults.
Should I buy my ticket in advance or buy on the day of my visit?
The tickets are a little cheaper when buying them online also there are several occasions when the tour is at full capacity so it is best to book in advance and avoid any disappointment when you arrive and cannot join a tour.
Can I step onto the pitch during a tour?
You will not be permitted to step onto the pitch itself although you can stand beside it and gaze over the expanse that has seen so many great players perform over the years. While you are pitch-side you can gaze up at the stands, visit the dug-outs or benches that are occupied by the coaches and substitutes during a game.
Can I see where the commentator sits?
You can climb up into the commentators’ boxes; they are located high up in the rafters of the stadium. From here you will have the best view possible of the entire stadium. You can sit where many famous radio and TV personalities have sat while presenting a programme while transmitting the ambiance of the game to a national or even worldwide audience.
Will the stadium be extended in the future?
There is an expansion plan to hopefully extend the stadium capacity to 105,000, it is hoped this will be completed in 2021.

Must Know

Touring the dressing rooms
The home team’s dressing room is not open to visitors during the stadium tour. However, you will be able to visit the visitor’s dressing room. There are some famous European teams that have used this dressing room while playing FC Barcelona. The famous visitors include Real Madrid, Milan, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea amongst dozens of others.
The FC Barcelona Museum
FC Barcelona has collected hundreds of trophies over the years of their success in several competitions. The trophies are on display here in addition to mementos of the clubs past. If you are interested to learn about the history of the club then this is the place for you.
Audio Guide
You can pay just 6 Euros to enjoy the tour with an interactive tour audio guide. This allows you to discover some of the secrets of Camp Nou and FC Barcelona. You can interact with the trophies in the museum, take part in a tour game, view unique content only available through the interactive guide and so much more. It is available in 12 languages including English, German, Spanish, Catalan, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, Dutch, Russian and Arabic.
Accessibility for those in wheelchairs
The stadium does contain lots of stairways and the entire stadium is not adapted for wheelchair use. The most accessible sections of the tour are the museum and the view of the pitch from the second tier of the stadium. Disabled visitors can receive a 50% reduction off a tour ticket at the ticket office.
Car Parking
You can enter via access 14 to the stadium. Free car parking is available to those on the Camp Nou tour during the tours operating hours.
Has the stadium always been called the Camp Nou?
The original name chosen for the stadium was the Estadi del FC Barcelona, although the title of Camp Nou or ‘New Field’ was the preferred name used by most fans of FC Barcelona so eventually the more popular Camp Nou became the official name of the stadium.

Places Nearby

El Tren del Ciment
The start point to this attraction is just 600 metres from the Camp Nou stadium at Estacion La Poblade Lillet. It is a wonderful narrow gauge railway with a museum at the end of the line. The railway line once transported coal and cement to and from the factory that is now the museum (Museu del Ciment Asland). The railway is on a scenic route that takes you along a narrow valley for about 20 minutes. There is a stop part way along at the Jardins Artigas that is also worth a short visit.
Mercat de Collblanc
This market is located close to the Collblanc metro stop in the streets that surround the Nou Camp stadium. It is full of fresh seafood, fruit and vegetables, bread, crafts and merchandise. It is much friendlier than La Rambla and although little English is spoken by the stallholders it is a fun place to buy anything you need.
Monasterio de San Jeronimo de la Murtra
This wonderful monastery is just 7km from the centre of Barcelona yet is surrounded by mountains. It was here that one of the most important announcements in history was made. In December 1492 King Fernando el Catolico was injured and sent to the monasteryto recuperate and be healed by the monks. While he was here, Christopher Columbus returned after discovering America and it was from this monastery that the news of Columbus’s discovery was announced.