A tour of the Camp Nou, much more than football

When you visit a city, if you are a football fan you may want to visit the stadium of the most famous team in the city.

When the old Les Corts Stadium where Barcelona used to play became too small, the construction of a new stadium was promoted that could accommodate the incipient Blaugrana fans.

Construction began in 1954 and it was inaugurated in 1957 with a capacity of almost 90,000 spectators.

Carrying out the Camp Nou Experience

Visiting the Camp NouCamp Nou Experience, this is the name of the tour that can be taken around the stadium to see the most important places, including the Barcelona Football Club Museum.

During this tour you will be able to visit the changing rooms of the footballers and walk the same route that they take each match through the changing room tunnel to the pitch, feeling like one more player.

It is also possible to visit the presidential box, the benches and the press room. The entire tour can be done with an audio guide that will tell you the most interesting details of each place.

The tour also includes a visit to the Museum where you can learn about the history of the club, over 100 years, and above all see up close the trophies that Barcelona has won over all these years, including the European Cups. earned.

As a curiosity, it should be noted that the name of Camp Nou was not official until 2001 and that its official name, although it was always known as Camp Nou, was Estadi del Fútbol Club Barcelona. Currently its capacity is 99,000 spectators although it has managed to hold 120,000.

You can find more information on the official page of the Camp Nou Experience.

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