To choose Barcelona as your destination is to choose a city full of contrasts with plans for all the family. Walk through the Gothic quarter with a stop (obligatory) at the Sagrada Familia, ideal for art lovers, continuing along Las Ramblas and the surrounding areas or visit the Mercado de la Boqueria, are some of the reasons which influence us when choosing Barcelona as the destination for our annual holiday or short break.
Apart from the undisputed artistic value, Barcelona has much more and this extra presents itself in the form of sport: the Catalan capital has the Camp Nou, the football stadium with the most capacity in Europe and the fifth largest in the world. A stunning stadium with many secrets that deserve to be discovered.
Catalogued as an elite stadium by the UEFA, the Camp Nou, is the home of F.C. Barcelona, one of the official stadiums for the Spanish league and the Champions League, also with a live museum, works of sport art and an attraction which is visited by thousands of passionate football fans. So if you have decided to disconnect from your daily routine at a hotel in Barcelona de Petit Palace make sure you programme time to visit it.
If you are a Barça fan or enjoy football in general, we recommend that you go to some of the many matches that take place in the interior of the stadium. The height of the stands, the surrounding areas and the impressive views that the stadium offers of Barcelona are some of the extras you will enjoy together with this fantastic football experience.
If you wish to live the history of Camp Nou and F.C. Barcelona, enjoying all the details that surround their history, you will have to leave the conglomerations for another day and enjoy an official visit to the stadium thanks to the Camp Nou Tour Experience.
The duration of the tour is just over 90 minutes through the intricacies of the Camp Nou to bring the visitor closer to the history both past and more recent of F.C. Barcelona. From a visit to the Museum of F.C.Barcelona (with their 23 League Cups and 5 Champion League Cups), a walk on the famous football pitch or enjoy the figure of Leo Messi and the space dedicated to the Argentinian footballer or visit the exclusive zones such as the official changing rooms, the press room and the tunnel from the changing rooms to the pitch.
An ideal experience (and very amusing) where to enjoy something different for a few days in a unique city.