How to get to Camp Nou
Camp Nou is located in the east of Barcelona, at about 5 kilometres from Barcelona’s historic city centre. The stadium is part of a sports complex that also includes Barcelona’s Mini Estadi.
The stadium is easy to reach by metro. Various stations lie close to the stadium and from all of them, it takes an approximate 10-minute walk to reach the stadium.
From Barcelona’s city center one can take metro line 3. Take the metro in the direction of Zona Universitària and get off at station Les Corts. The next two stations, Maria Cristina and Palau Reial, are equal alternatives. The journey from the center takes about 25 minutes.
If coming from the area around the Sagrada Familia, one can take metro line 5. Take the metro in the direction of Cornellà Centre and get off at station Badal or Collblanc.
If arriving by car from the Ronda da Dalt (the motorway that runs west of Barcelona), take exit 11 and follow the Avenida Diagonal (B-23) toward the city. Keep right on the Avenida Diagonal (right of the tram tracks) and after almost two kilometers turn right onto the Calle de Sabino Arana (follow the FC Barcelona signs). Follow the bend to the left (don’t take the tunnel), and turn right onto the Gran Via de Carlos III. Follow for a few hundred meters and turn right onto the Travesía de las Cortes. After another few hundred meters you will see the stadium on your right.
If coming from the A-2 (west), take the B-23 into the city, which will automatically flow into the Avenida Diagonal.
Address: Calle Arístides Mallol 12, 08028 Barcelona
Sleep near Camp Nou
Hotel Madanis and Hotel Madanis Liceo come in a similar price category of between €60.00 and €80.00 per night.
There are also many hotels near Camp Nou. There are also many hotels near Plaça d’Espanya, which is on both metro lines 3 and 5, and of course in Barcelona’s historic centre.
Camp Nou stadium tours
Barcelona offers self-guided stadium tours, called the Camp Nou Experience, which includes a walk through the stadium with the audio guide and access to the Barcelona museum. Private guides are available against additional payment. The Camp Nou Experience typically takes between 90 and 120 minutes.
The tour opens Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm (half an hour to an hour longer in the summer months) and on Sundays until 2:30 pm (all day in the summer months).
There are no tours on the day of a match and there is limited access the day before a Champions League match. The tour costs €24.50, which includes the museum.
No reservations are required for groups of under 20 people, but they can still be made online. For more information call +34 93 496 36 00 (902 1899 00 from Spain) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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