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Barcelona: Secret Camp Nou Tour with a Sports Journalist

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Barcelona: Secret Camp Nou Tour with a Sports Journalist

From US$ 312.07 per group up to 1

Explore behind the scenes of F.C. Barcelona at Camp Nou, the biggest stadium in Europe. Feel like a Barça player as you walk out onto the pitch, visit the visitor changing rooms, and find out why Barça is more than a club with a sports journalist.

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Duration 2 hours
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  • Feel like a Barça player at 6 stages of the visit thanks to specially chosen photo stops
  • Discover what makes Barça unique in the world and why it is called "more than a club"
  • Take a behind-the-scenes look at the stadium, the museum, the press room, and more
  • Visit secret spots and listen to great anecdotes in a small group of up to 12 people
  • Savor a drink and an appetizer at a local bar where the fans gather
Full description
Go behind the scenes of F.C. Barcelona's famous Camp Nou stadium with an English-speaking, sports journalist guide. Enjoy a 2.5-hour experience specially designed for families, whether they like football or not. Benefit from a small-group tour for a maximum of 12 people. Meet at the famous Masía, which gives its name to Barça's football academy, today considered the best in the world. From there, walk to the stadium and stop in 2 secrets spots to feel like a Barça player. Once there, at Kubala's statue, find out why Barça is more than a club in Barcelona and its state, Catalonia. Spanish history in the 20th century, with 50 years of dictatorship, has a lot to do with it. Then, enter the stadium to see a unique trophy gallery where Messi, the most awarded football player in the world, has his Ballon d'Or and Golden Boot trophies on display. Discover if the trophies are real or not, then admire the sheer size of Camp Nou from 3 astonishing viewpoints. Along the way, hear about the mind games Barça uses to get the best out of its team, and the worst out of its opponent — all within the rules, of course. Next, explore behind the scenes in the mixed zone, the press room, the press box, and the visiting team's changing room. Choose your team in the tunnel — Barça or a visiting team — and walk out into the middle. Finish with a drink and some specialties at a local bar where the fans gather before the game. Plan 30 minutes more if you want to go back to the gift shop.
  • Entrance ticket to the stadium and the museum
  • Sports journalist guide
  • Drink and appetizer in a local bar at the end of the tour
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks (unless specified)
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • Children under 5 years
  • People with mobility impairments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

The meeting point is La Masia, located at access 1 of Camp Nou. To get there, use the metro L3 green line and stop at Maria Cristina. It is a 9-minute walk from there. You can also use the Tram L1, L2 or L3 and stop at Pius XII. It is a 5-minute walk from there. Please arrive 15 minutes before the activity starts.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes

Know before you go

  • Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the activity starts
  • You will receive information about your guide 2 days prior to the visit
  • Hand sanitizer and masks are provided for this activity
  • The planned restaurant visit after the tour is canceled
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 24 reviews

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This is a MUST-DO for those who visit Barcelona and love football (or soccer for those coming over from the USA:) or just want to have a better understanding of the passion that lives within the people from Barcelona. Our guide Olivier, having visited more than 300 soccer matches, and, as a sports journalist, having interviewed many of Barcelona's stars, has an "unlimited insight" into how Barcelona operates as a sports club, internal politics, and how the players train and live their lives. We couldn't have wished for a better and more knowledgeable (and entertaining guide). Our party consisted of two parents and five children aged 8-21 years old and we all agreed that this was one of our highlights while visiting Barcelona. Worthwhile every penny!

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July 8, 2021

CampNouVisit is highly recommended if you want to catch a glimpse of FC Barcelona's unique and amazing history. We had booked this guided tour from home: "Secret Camp Nou Tour with a Sports Journalist". Our guide, Olivier, is a sports journalist and is up to date with players, stadium history and what's happening right now in FC Barcelona. You can feel him burning for it and putting a lot of energy into the ride. He was able to show pictures he had just taken the day before and show us pictures we can't see at the museum, and we also got a lot of secret information. Our guide, Olivier, was incredibly aware that everyone was there and didn't fall afterward. He also made sure that everyone had their need for curiosity asked and answered all questions. He was very helpful in taking pictures throughout the trip. He even took a retro photo with his Instax camera, which we got without payment, as a souvenir. The level of service and the trip was top notch and can be highly recommended.

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February 16, 2020

Everything was perfect, the schedules were respected. The guide, sports journalist, Mathieu, was very friendly and attentive. I recommend it. Our visit was made in French with a small small group (8 people), which promotes exchanges for all. We were treated to a small souvenir photo. The only point that I can note to improve is that the guide has a tablet to show visitors videos or photos.

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February 16, 2020

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