- Camp Nou football stadium and museum tour in Barcelona from Costa Brava
- Explore Camp Nou, the biggest stadium in Europe, at your own pace
- Visit the FC Barcelona Museum to learn the interesting history of Futbol Club Barcelona and to see trophies and photos
- Have free time in central Barcelona to stroll down Las Ramblas, go shopping or enjoy a meal
- Enjoy the spectacular fountain light show in Montjuic (afternoon departures only)
What You Can Expect
You have 2.5 hours to explore Camp Nou and its museum at your own pace. Start in the visiting team changing room, and then walk through the stadium’s tunnel onto the football pitch, where you can walk on the grass, following in the footsteps of beloved FC Barcelona players such as Jordi Cruyff, Diego Maradona, Gary Lineker, Josep Guardiola, Ronaldinho and Lionel Messi. Admire the 360-degree view of the thousands of stadium seats from the pitch, and then go back inside the building to visit the chapel, the TV room, the press room, the Fundacio Zone and the presidential box, from where royal figures, politicians and other famous faces watch the Barça matches.
Next, discover the history of the club at the FC Barcelona Museum, inside the stadium. Enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium from the grandstand, and then wander through the museum to learn about the team’s past and see trophies, photographs, sports equipment and team kits that have been collected over the years.
After your Camp Nou stadium tour, you will be taken into central Barcelona and dropped off near Las Ramblas, where you’ll have two hours of free time to have lunch or dinner at a local restaurant (own expense); your tour guide will happily recommend restaurants according to your food preferences and budget. Stroll down Las Ramblas, where Barcelona comes to life, or visit the area’s fashion and design shops before you meet your local guide and board your coach for the return trip to Costa Brava.
If you choose the afternoon departure option, you'll have less free time, after which you'll meet your guide and head to Montjuic, a hill near Placa de Espana that is home to the Magic Fountain. When the sun goes down, this beautiful fountain puts on a spectacular free show that combines dancing water with color, light and music, with the National Art Palace (Palacio Nacional d'Art) serving as a stately backdrop.
Tossa de Mar, Lloret de Mar, Fenals, Blanes, Malgrat de Mar, Santa Susanna, Pineda de Mar, Calella
Bus turned up outside our hotel at exactly the time they said, 1pm. As we were first pick up it was a 2 1/2 hr trek to Barcelona because of having to do so many pick ups but tour guide was very helpful and trip was everything we could hope for. Got back to hotel just after midnight.
The bus was approximately 15 minutes late arriving which is no big issue as it is meant to be a chilling holiday. However this meant that we only had 2 hours at Camp Nou which wasn't enough to do everything you could do. The time in barcelona only gave us time to walk very fast down las rambles and see the harbour fleetingly( no time to look in shops? Good job I don't like shopping) then it was off to the fountains which were spectacular. Classical music would have gone better with the ambience rather than music by one direction and other pop music but that is of no fault of the tour trip. Again we were expected back on the bus at 10. The show didn't finish till 10 and you had 5 to 10 minutes to walk to bus so you had to miss the end of the show. All in all both fountains and Camp Nou are trips well worth doing but I wouldn't recommend doing both on the same day via an organised tour. However I can't fault Viator for the above problems and would definitely use Viator again. It scores low purely because of the rushed tour not the actual places visited.