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The Camp Nou is a real must- do in Barcelona, even if you’re not a football fan!
The capacity is 98.787, the most expensive seats are in the Tribuna in the main stand and the cheapest are the General in the rest of the ground. FC Barcelona is the only team that plays at the Camp Nou, though it occasionally hosts international games between other teams.
The tickets were €23 per person and included access to the Museum, the impressive Camp Nou Stadium and the Multi Media Area, where you could “re-live” the beautiful moments of FC Barcelona. We used the Audio Guide System, which provided a tour through Camp Nou and the Museum in several languages (Catalan, Spanish, English, French, Italian, German and Dutch). But to receive the little “phones” you had to pay a deposit of €50.
It was time for the tour. We followed the numbers, listened to the information and experienced the atmosphere at our own tempo. In the museum were a lot of things to see: the many trophies, pictures, small movies and newsletters about the FC Barcelona team. But you could also go on a picture with the big trophy. A nice gift to commemorate the great experience in Camp Nou!
The Stadium was really big! It was the first time we saw it from the inside, we were amazed! A lot of pictures were made; from the specials chairs for the trainers, the field to the rooms for the news reporters.
The visitor’s changing rooms were open to view. However the home team changing rooms were closed, because the players keep their own personal items there.
After the Camp Nou Experience, we ended our visit in the Barcelona shop and took a glance at all kind of things from the FC Barcelona team; T-shirts, footballs, bags.
It was a great experience and a must-do when you visit Barcelona!
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