Camp Nou Review
If you're in Barcelona between September and June, a chance to witness the celebrated FC Barcelona play soccer (preferably against Real Madrid, if you can get in) at Barcelona's gigantic stadium is a seminal Barcelona experience. Just the walk down to the field from the Diagonal with another hundred thousand fans walking fast and hushed in electric anticipation is unforgettable. Games are played Saturday night at 9 or Sunday afternoon at 5, though there may be international Champions League games on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings as well. A worthwhile alternative to seeing a game is the guided tour of the FC Barcelona museum—the city's most visited tourist attraction—and facilities.
- Address: Arístides Maillol 12–18, Les Corts, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08028 | Map It
- Phone: 93/496–3600; 902/189900
- Cost: Museum €23 (combined ticket including tour of museum, field, and sports complex)
- Hours: Museum Mon.–Sat. 10 am–6:30 pm (Apr.–Oct. to 8 pm), Sun. 10–2:30. On match days, the museum closes 3 hrs before, and stadium tours are not available.
- Website: www.fcbarcelona.cat
- Subway: Collblanc, Palau Reial
- Location: Upper Barcelona