The stadium is just a few kilometres outside of the famous city centre of Barcelona – all of which is accessible through their highly efficient public transport system – so there are really boundless options. For me, the most inspiring and must-see sight in the whole city is La Sagrada Familia. Designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudi, it has been a work in progress for over 130 years – simply put, it is jawdropping and spectacular. Get your tickets online to skip the queues and plan to spend several hours there.
If you are a proper Barça’s fan you can not miss the Camp Nou’s tour, which includes a visit at the Barça Museum or at the Messi Space. You can even sit on the team bench! Ticket costs 25 euro. You can also have a look at the FC Barcelona Official Store, a shop that sells official articles of azulgrana team. Fans can enjoy across 2,000 square meters. Finally, come to the FC Barcelona’s ice rink, open to everybody.
Camp Nou is easily the best stadium tour I have been on and is a must do if you are in Barcelona. The history of the club is displayed amazingly well and the chance to view all of Barcelonas winning trophys is a great sight. Getting into the dugout and then into the hange rooms is also pretty cool. A must see even if it is not football season.
The store is also sensational with plenty to purchase that you can’t buy from abroad
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