One of the symbols of the city, a temple for some of the most passionate fans, Camp Nou is one of Barcelona’s most visited spots and therefore very worth a visit, whether you’re a fan or not. I have to say I’m not a football enthusiast myself, but this is still a place I was looking forward to visit for a long time. Sitting in the crowd among tens of thousands of people, the chants, the lights, the strong emotions… that’s a memory for a lifetime!
Tickets should definitely be purchased in advance as they often sell out and, of course, it’s not advised to buy tickets from unofficial resellers. The price varies depending on the match, the most expensive of them being the clásico and finals, which tend to sell out the fastest. Secure your tickets now: click here.
Camp Nou Experience
If you won’t make it to a match, or if you want to take a closer look at the stadium, visit the museum and get to know the history of FC Barcelona, then you should definitely check out Camp Nou Experience. This includes a tour of the stadium and of FC Barcelona’s interactive museum: click here to buy your tickets.