Olympic Stadium Tours

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The 1992 Olympics were transformative for the city of Barcelona. With the arrival of the games, areas were restored and construction for new structures was initiated. As such, the city was updated and rejuvenated in many ways. One such structure, which remains a draw for visitors today, is the Olympic Stadium — which is now home to the city’s second futbol team, Espanyol. It was originally constructed in 1929 for the International Exposition, and was updated in preparation for the games. It can seat more than 65,000 people.
A visit now offers a glimpse into sports history, as well as some great views of the city. It was the venue for both the opening and closing ceremonies of that year’s Olympics. Walking through the competitor’s tunnel, you can really get a feel for how athletes must have felt as they experienced the vastness of the grounds.

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To get to the Olympic Stadium on Barcelona’s public transport, take the green line of the metro to Plaza Espanya. It is about twenty minutes walking from the station up to the Parc of Montjuic. The stadium is open daily during daylight hours and is free to enter.
Address: Barcelona, Spain
Hours: Open Daily: Summer 10AM-8PM, Winter 10AM-6PM
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