A must for any football fan!! Both Camp Nou and Bernabeau have excellent set up and both tours are fantastic
This was an amazing tour and the museum was outstanding ... Even my girlfriend who is not a big football fan was amazed at the camp nou! Walked past people outside cueing for tickets and walked straight in past the line with our passes!! The only way to do the camp nou in my opinion..
Camp Nou is a must see.
Excellent visit in all respects and well worth the price. The entire CAMP NOU experience is well managed, well organised and very entertaining. Easy to pick up tickets from JULIA TRAVEL on Calle Balmes.
Viator was terrible. We went to the site and were told to cross town to get our vouchers redeemed. We scrapped the Viator option and purchased on site. No line at all. Much easier to buy on site. Don't use Viator.
The Camp Nou Experience was amazing!!!
Booked Camp Nou Experience as part of my husbands 40th Birthday surprise. My 8 year old son joined us as they are both huge football fans and neither of us were disappointed - the tour was excellent! Although I am not a football fan, I found the stadium amazing and would revisit in a minute! The history is fascinating and our son enjoyed having his photos taken with Messi in the background - as if he had actually met him on the pitch! There are lots of photo opportunities and of course you can take personal photos of anything in the stadium including the hundreds of trophies etc on display. This tour is definately one of the best we have been on and we would highly recommend to anyone of any age. We are all looking forward to visiting gorgeous Barcelona again one day and would, without doubt, visit the Camp Nou Stadium again - worth every penny! My husband and Son haven't stopped talking about it! A great success and must-do event!
My husband being a huge footie fan and that of the Barca Football Club, could not resist the chance to visit Camp Nou Museum Experience. Add in the fact that our 8 year old is a Leo Messi fan and well you have a man day in the making. I was just along for the ride, hoping to do a little shoe shopping after.
This visit was one of the main things we wished to see, We had heard that the queue to just get the tickets could be long, so we bought our tickets online via Viator before we left. If you do purchase before hand, make sure you double check the your info. We had to pick up our tickets are a local travel agent before we got to the Stadium. We were staying near Las Rambles and the office was close by, so this was not problem. We decided to go on Sunday when it opened at 10am. This was also Palm Sunday, so not sure if it made a difference, but the queue for the tickets was fairly short and there were also not that many people on the tour. For much of the tour, we were pretty much on our own, so that was nice. We were able to get some great shots of the stadium and take the tour at our own pace.
The museum itself it awesome, filled with the history of this great team of more than 100 years. Seeing the equipment that the players wore and the changes to the equipment over the years was very interesting. The history and the heritage was just amazing and understanding Barcelona's pride in this amazing team was very touching.
When you entered the stadium you could imagine the crowd cheering and our son pretended to be Messi as he came out of the tunnel to the pitch. You could not go out on the field, but you did get to go down to it and view the stadium from the sidelines.
After you were treated to a great multimedia area with several interactive videos about the team and their players, as well as videos of key plays from games of the clubs. You feel the thrill of these games, though you were not even there. I, myself, was in awe and I am not a huge fan. Great tour!
The Camp Nou was very informative and is highly recommended especially if you are a fan of football. The exhibits go through the history of the club from its foundation and it also talks about the highs and lows of the club. An audio guide is included with the entry although you need to pay a deposit.
During the tour you are allowed to walk through the press room and the away change room to get a taste of what it feels like to be there during match day. All in all it was a great tour!
After the football on the next day we took the Stadium and Museum tour of Camp Nou, there was no quew to get in to the stadium tour at all, we were in the museum the second we arrived at the stadium, the good thing is that we could come back to the museum any time we wanted to this year for FREE. Information guided us through the stadium and lead us off perfectly without us getting lost . We had a awesome time altogether at the stadium and it's different features and definately will be paying another visit very soon
Easy to pick up the tickets from the Viator Office, travel to and enter Camp Nou. Hubby went alone while I visited art galleries. He LOVED it! Easy access and he enjoyed not being rushed around...just followed the arrows and took photos. He was awed by the trophies and stadium size.
Great experience! I'd visited Barcelona many times before but this was a fantastic way to rediscover the city. I got to see the Barcelona coast, Sagrada Familia, Agbar Tower and even the Camp Nou! Views of the Diagonal from above are clearly spectacular, and on the way back the helicopter flew very closely to Montjuic and the Olympic Stadium, amazing! The experience of going in helicopter is also truly memorable, so definitely recommend trying this one!
Doing what: Barcelona City and Coast Helicopter Tour
Camp Nou (and perhaps La Padreda) is the one must-see in Barcelona. Trading the voucher was easy. Don't visit Camp Nou on a bank holiday. The crowds are stifling.
AMAZING! The access you get at Camp Nou is incredible. Highly, highly, did I say highly?, recommended. Visca Barca!
Obligatory ! If you do not visit Camp NOu you have not been in Barcelona ! I would have preferred to visit barcelon's dressing room, but the visitors dressing room was already impressing.
This is a great way to get an overview of Barcelona especially if you have only one day. We used it to get to the Sagrada Familia and Parc Guell, then stayed on the bus for the rest of the circuit. We thus got to see all over Barcelona while learning about the various neighborhoods and a bit of history. We intended to go on the other route to go out to Camp Nou but were just too tired. If you have more than one day it would certainly be an easy way to get to all sorts of destinations. If you have limited time and are just interested in one or two attractions, it might be cheaper to take taxis or the metro, but if you want to see the city and learn about it, this is a good way to go.
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