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Reviewed today

We paid for the basic entry ticket and considering there were higher pricing brackets available I actually didn't think we would get to see as much as we did.

You enter and essentially follow a one way route through the whole experience, starting in the museum with all the trophies and various items, pictures and information. Then you get the pitch view from the middle tier directly across from the famous 'Mes Que Un Club'. We actually sat in the seats here just looking at the stadium for quite a while.

The route then takes you down to the mixed zone where players talk to journalists after games, the press conference room, the very plain away dressing room (disappointingly not the home one!), the tunnel, pitch side and benches. The route also goes right up to the top of the stand where the press box is locate and then out through the official shop...obviously.

As much as I had long been very keen desperate to visit Camp Nou I felt going in that I probably wouldn't spend that long there and would leave feeling a touch shortchanged, but that absolutely was not the case in reality.

Thank Jamie S
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Reviewed today

Book your tickets online. The place is crowded. Be careful not to lose your children inside while trying to take a picture of them with Messi 's golden ball or golden shoe. The visit is carefully orchestrated and if you or your children are passionate about football it's definitely worth it

Thank Anna T
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This was a spur of the moment choice. We went to go see their football/soccer. We got the opportunity to see Messi play! What fun. The fans are incredible with the singing and chanting. So exciting. Beautiful stadium. Well laid out. And you can get seats get really close to the field.

Thank c00kie1233
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Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful stadium . Even if not a Barcelona fan it's worth a visit. Reasonably priced for food and drinks. Museum very informative .

Thank Kirstycampbell1988
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Reviewed yesterday

We were family and we were impressed!!!
You have to visit it to see what football culture means ....

Thank aantigoni
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My partner loved it being a footie fan, I’d been before and it’s still not for me. It’s very busy and for what you get I believe very expensive

Thank Amanda B
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Reviewed 4 days ago

It's quite a long tour, not too busy and very well organised. If you love football & especially Barca you'll probably feel it's worthwhile. It is well done, even a chance to kick a ball around & watch those magic moments on a big screen.
The limitation is that at heart it's a big empty football stadium. The important things are the moments when it's full. There are articles from the past but they don't say much. The huge wall of trophies is hard to get anything from (except they won a lot of trophies) and things like the boots and the keepers gloves are displayed as relics of the players rather than to tell about how the game was and is.
There are some things of interest; plenty of opportunities for paid photo ops (about 40 euros), the press box is atmospheric and the away team changing room is amazingly shabby, with chipped chipboard benches.
As you exit through the (3 storey) gift shop you may wonder whether Camp Nou is entertaining, interesting or just a devotional trip to a very successful business.

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Reviewed 4 days ago

Others visit cathedrals, soccer fans visit camp Nou. At a capacity of 100 000 this stadium is big. The Barcelona museum is very entertaining the stadium tour cool.

Thank 45ram45
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great experience can't go to Barcelona and not visit ..(even if your not particularly interested in football the sheer scale of the staduim is impressive)
Arrive early as ques are big
Be aware that the guided tour offered is not an actual human tour guide its a small electronic device you use yourself we paid extra for the guided tour thinking it would be a tour guide but wasnt .
Don't get me wrong the wee device was handy as you could use at own pace and was some insightful bits but it wasnt much different to the unguided part of just exploring the museum and staduim yourself
Just a wee bit of advice for anyone
It did only cost 12 € each so not loads but if you had a family it could mount up and be an unnecessary cost .
The trophy room was AMAZING but that goes without saying! Lol
Staduim its self by far my favourite bit
Sitting in the dug out and then going to the top to the media box with views.
WOW
All in all fabulous
Was a bit disappointed with the fact you didnt get to view the home dressing room (i have bern on other football tours and you have gotten too but hey )
But the away one is quite good

Thank 284heatherd
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This stadium is amazing! It’s huge!! Watching a match in the away section all the way at the top isn’t the best spot because the players look so tiny, but you get an amazing view of the entire stadium which is quite breathtaking!

Thank emilycO9694YW
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