twelve things to keep in mind when Visiting CAMP NOU STADIUM
Camp Nou Experience tours get canceled on Matchdays. However, certain parts of the Camp Nou Stadium tour are open to the public, depending on the match type.
The Camp Nou Tour takes around two hours, including FC Barcelona Museum and the Stadium. Serious Barcelona FC fans are known to spend even up to four hours on tour.
The best time to visit Camp Nou is before 11 am as the queue is short. The next best time is by 4 pm. But then, you only get two and a half hours to explore Camp Nou.
During the winter season, you will not encounter long lines at the ticketing counters and the other attractions on tour. The self-guided museum tour, which is indoor, doesn’t get affected in winter.
The Camp Nou Experience tour is self-guided. An audio guide can help you learn more about the stadium and its history. And it can be rented at the venue and is available in several languages.
Exploring Camp Nou Stadium requires a fair bit of walking, including steps. It is a good idea to wear comfortable shoes for a better experience.
Bring a camera or smartphone to take close shots of trophies and other memorabilia throughout the day. Visit Camp Nou before 5 pm to take good photographs of the stadium.
There are plenty of restaurants and cafes in Camp Nou that serve Spanish dishes, international cuisines, beer, and snacks. Take some time to relax and enjoy a meal or a snack to energize yourself.
Booking Camp Nou tickets online in advance can help you skip the lines at the ticket counter, save some Euros, get a preferred time slot, and avoid last-minute disappointment.
This Camp Nou tour ticket lets you access everything there is to see and experience at the premier Barcelona stadium.
This 90-minute guided tour gives access to the trophy room, press room, and other areas to learn about the stadium's history, FC Barcelona, and players.