Camp Nou

Camp Nou Stadium FC Barcelona

Probably the most famous and supposedly the largest football stadium in all of Europe, the Camp Nou (or Nou Camp) is the home of Barcelona Football club.

As the club is more than just a club (writren on the stadium itself), Camp Nou is also more than a stadium. It’s a temple of football. The complex also includes the museum of Barça, and a quite large souvenir shop.

Various guided tours with different levels of access are available.

Metro: L3 (Palau Reial, Maria Cristina, Les Corts), L5 (Badal, Collblanc), L9 (Collblanc)

Closest station to each access:

  • Accesses 1–10: Palau Reial.
  • Accesses 11–16: Collblanc.
  • Accesses 17 and 18: Badal.
  • Accesses 19–21: les Corts.

Currently a station for Camp Nou is under construction, on L9 and L10.

Info from Wikipedia

Trams: Trambaix tram system: T1, T2 and T3 (Avinguda de Xile)


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