22 reviews of Nou Estadi del Futbol Club Barcelona (Camp Nou) in English
BUT: They had the most unfriendly entrance security I have ever seen in any stadium (and god knows I have been to a lot all over Europe). So very mixed feelings about it.
If your club ever plays there make sure to go there anyway if you have never been there before.
WELL WELL WELL I have been to many football stadiums around the world but this HAS to be the Best stadium in the world it is HUGE.
Stadium Tour was fascinating aswell, Trophy cabinet is alot bigger than any other i have seen!
it is well worth a visit if you are a football fan !
Excellent stadium and the museum / tour is brilliant. There's a real "wow" factor when you come out onto the pitch and absorb the size of the place.
Just ensure you check the fixtures! We booked our trip to tie in with a league game months before (chancing on buying our tickets once there) and a couple of weeks before we flew out, the game was brought forward a day for sky tv - the day we were travelling!
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really big and imense foot stadion! i went it visiting while I was in Barsa. nice but 17 euros just to see the stadion is quite expencive..
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Wow, for all the football fans, this is a place not to miss in Barcelona. You can visit the museum of football and stand/sit at the stadium. Even better if you are lucky enough to watch a match. Went there with my GF, and although she is not a football fan, she enjoyed the experience.
I have very fond memories of a warm August evening here watching U2 live. It was awesome. I spent the day in the football museum which is very informative with profiles of their greatest players, past and present. Pictures and trophy cabinets fill the space. There is a huge club shop selling strips, training gear and other merchandise, expect to pay top money. The stadium is very impresive with seats up to the heavens, the spanish people were great offering us to share their food and drink. The stuff dreams are made of!
This really is fascinating, but pretty expensive too…
This stop is a must for all football lovers: the place where players such as Kubala, Cruyff, Maradona and Ronaldinho have made history. Since Has Gamper founded the club in 1899, it has gone way beyond a mere passion for football, and become a true social phenomenon. The trophy cases of the Barcelona FC Museum showcase the impressive list of achievements of one ot the world’s most successful clubs. If you sign up for a guided tour, you can discover all the secrets of the Camp Nou stadium: the dressing rooms, the director’s box, the pitch,... The FC Botiga Megastore covers a surface area of over 2,000 m2 and sells all the official FC Barcelona merchandise. (Museum is closed on match days!)
One of the most amazing football stadia in Europe (globally, behind the Macarena stadium I would say), the Camp Nou can really be an amazing sight during match day - the general rhythm of the home fans and the feeling of the crowd simply cheering together is astounding. Anyone getting a ticket will want to watch out for what seat they have been allocated - if you are sitting right at the top, good luck to you!
The museum in the stadium is also well worth a tour - lots of trophies as well as nostalgic football photos of some of the true greats to have graced the game. The funny thing is, I even noticed some Japanese manga in the museum after a cartoon character was depicted to play for Barcelona in the comic!
Whether you are going to see a game or just to visit the amazing stadium for a viewing the nou camp or the camp nou as the spannish call it is an amzing place to see.
I have been three times now, once I saw the first team train then took in a kids game, once I just toured the stadium and visited the trophy room and got to run out onto the pitch and once I was lucky enough to watch Barcelona play Villareal in a league game.
All three occassions took my breath away and I would strongly urge anyone visiting this amazing city to visit this equally amazing stadium.
I went here when I was 13, on a school trip to Barcelona.
There is a museum dedicate to the history of the football club, a chance to go out into the stadium, a huge shop and even a photo op to get a digitally mastered picture so it looks like you’re posing with two of the footballers.
Personally this didn’t appeal much to me as i’m not really into football but football fantatics, tourists will be sure to find appeal in this location.
The shop is good fun though.
Fantastic football stadium home to barcelona Fc.
The stadium is just huge and has a capacity of around 98,000 people. There is a tour of the ground avaliable which is quite cheap and includes the dressing rooms, media area, tunnel leading to the pitch and then the dugout and commentary areas right at the top of the stadium.
At the end of the tour there is a gift shop with the usuall souvneirs and also the trophy room housing barcelona’s many championship wins. Also there is a massive nike shop selling replica shirts of many teams (whose strip is made by nike) and sells balls and anything souveneir/football related.
On the day i was visiting i was lucky enough to spot a crowd emerging so i went over to look what was happening. I was delighted to see Samuel Eto’o drive into the underground car park in his sports car followed by Puyol and many other stars.
This is great stadium with great tour, great shop, and a possible chance to see some stars or just have pictures with their cardboard cut outs pitchside.
This was a very good tour. You get to walk around this massive stadium from pitch side, right up to the cheap seats. A quick look around the away team changing room leaves you think the home sides has to be better. The museum under the ground is also quite interesting, (although only 1 European cup, unlike Liverpool FC’s 5.). Something I didn’t know is that it is actually a regular sports club, that has a basketball team amongst other sports. For each match a 'club member’ is chosen to sit in the VIP seats.
Now I must be honest, this visit was my childrens idea. It is enormous. One of the largest or the largest ground in Europe. A great place to visit with the museum underneath the grounds itself, and an inceskating rink although we did not visit this. As for the tour it was little disappointing as we had to see ourselves round, following a yellow tape. The graound are spectacular. Unless like me your terrified of heights…....dont go to the top….wow its scary.
You cant go to Barcelona and not visit. Another tip the players actually train at the entrance to the grounds and you can get as close as a metre from them,.,,,,,,for kids this is impressive.
The pitch and the terracing are a superb example of what a football stadium should look like however the tour was over priced and not a patch on Old Trafford. It was like they were trying to screw as much money out of you as they could. The place inside was dirty and in need of a good clean up. The fact that you had to hire a recording to make your way around meant there were no people around to ask any questions that you may have had so overall very disappointing
Not sure the family quite appreciated the trip here but I certainly did. Still impressive to us Brits despite a series of modernisation within our own stadiums, the place is huge.
A look up from the pitch to the highest seats is worth the admission price alone. Shame I couldn’t have gone to a game here, but bad timing and with kids in tow not really an option this time.
Had a quick look around the museum which is well set out, but this is really a trips you do without the family I’m afraid (unless each and every member is an avid football fan).
I visited this stadium last year with my boyfriend whilst on holiday in barcelona, now i dont rate barcelona that much, but this is a great place to visit.
The stadium is very magnificent & I would have loved to have watched a live match here. It is reasonably priced to go in & you can have your photo take on the pitch.
There is also a museum inside the stadium with lots of trohies, football boots, football memorabilia & souveniers. You also get a chance to sit in the pressbox & in the stands.
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