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Camp Nou
Camp Nou

Camp Nou

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C. Aristides Maillol, 12, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
http://www.fcbarcelona.com/camp-nou
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The Camp Nou has been the FC Barcelona stadium since 24th of September 1957, the date of it's inauguration.

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Jakarta

Am not a football person, and I just passed by through it using the amazing Barcelona Bus Touristic. It's huge and organized.
We have to pay to get inside. It's not worth to me; but if you are a fans of Barca, I believe you would even die to get inside, hehehe... I didn't go inside, also colleague of mine shared the same opinion as I do.Well that was because he just followed his peers and he is not a football person either.

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Edinburgh

Very impressive on both the stadium itself and the club's history. It is a magical place. Would have been a 5 star but got hard sell on entry to get audio tour in English. Attendant said the exhibits were only in Spanish and Catalan. Rubbish, they are also in English! We didn't buy audio but we could easily have done so and be conned.

Overall well worth the ticket price and loved the stadium. Next time we'll try and go to a match.

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Washington, D.C.

A must for fútbol fans. Visit the Camp Nou museum and take in the history of the Barcelona FC.

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Foster City

I never got to see Messi play inside. But I will be back one day soon and next time, I will plan to be there when there's a game.

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The San Francisco Bay Area

We were lucky and got very inexpensive tickets to an exposition game to see Barcelona play. We saw Messi score four goals! The stadium was huge and it was very cool to see the excitement of the crowd. This was the first football match I watched live.

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Salisbury

It's a fantastic stadium however I was slightly disappointed that we couldn't see more. We weren't allowed in the home dressing room and there wasn't much about the history of the club. It's as if Barcelona FC didn't exist pre 2000's
Having said that it was great value and still something every football fan must do.

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New York City

Had a great time at thr game but food ran out on our level. Level below us had empty seats and guard let us get good and sit in that area! Made our night there, highly recommend seeing a game

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Took my son here when we visited. I didn't think I would have enjoyed it, but to be fair I had a great time. So much to see and get around. Staff were helpful and lots of photo ops. Worth a visit, even for people not that into football.

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At only 15 minutes by metro, the stadoum of one of the most important footbla cliub of the world, and where yiu could find guide visit.

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Brno

Firsts station which I ever visited and I believe that this place you will enjoy even if you are not really big football fan-because how many times you can get inside and background such a big station? :)

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London

Fun and informative tour of one of the world's top football clubs. Great background info on social and political history and a chance to walk through the locker rooms, down the tunnel and pitchside. Sit up in the media box and admire the vast if slightly tired stadium. Relax in the cool interactive section and watch the top players and goals from through the years. It's monetised to the max so you'll need to pass through the superstore too.

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Los Angeles

Went here for a game-- Europeans and soccer, man. Great venue, cool thing to do if you're into soccer. I was pretty ambivalent about it, but I enjoyed the experience of hanging out with my friends in a crowded stadium, cheering through the night.

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Reading

Another must see for football fans. Very good and informative tour. Possibly the only football ground in the world containing a Salvador Dali designed chapel.

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Pleasant Hill

Camp Nou is the Stadium home of FC Barcelona or Barça. Founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, English and Catalan footballers, the club has become a symbol of Catalan culture, hence the motto "Més que un club" (More than a club). The official Barça anthem is the "Cant del Barça". Unlike many other football clubs, the supporters own and operate FC Barcelona. It is the world's second richest football club in terms of revenue. They also own a professional basketball team (who beat the Lakers last year) and operate an ice rink. The club holds a long-standing rivalry with Real Madrid, and matches between the two teams are referred to as "El Clásico".

On our last full day in Barcelona, Gayle and I got to pick a marque tourist attraction that we would spend some quality time. Her choice was Basílica de la Sagrada Família and mine was Camp Nou. In hindsight, she made the better choice (as Gaudi's Church is AMAZING), but I'm not complaining at all about the Camp Nou Experience.

I'll also be the first to admit that I don't always "get" soccer and maybe in the same way that my British Friends don't understand Baseball. For them, I'll point to Game 6 of the recently completed 2011 World Series, and for me it's the 2011 Women's Soccer Semi-Final between Brazil and the USA. Back in the present, I was in Barcelona, so why not see for myself what all this World Champion excitement was all about? I also happened to catch the Barça/Seville Match on the Television the night before and definitely felt the love.

Gayle (bless her heart) was very patient with me on this one and at 22 Euros each, such soccer greatness wasn't cheap. However, me and hundreds of others saw it all, including:

- Posing for pictures in front of Trophies.
- Standing amazed at a large room with nothing but trophies.
- Experiencing Game Highlights in their Interactive Media Center.
- Visiting the Locker and Press Rooms.
- Seeing the Pitch up close at Field Level.
- Feeling Humbled and Impressed By the Player's Chapel.
- Sitting in the Seats at Various Stadium Levels.
- Running Through the Tunnel to the "Cheers" of the Fans

And when the Tour was over, you emerged right into the Team Store. The only thing I was missing at that point were 99 Euros for a Messi jersey and a boxed DVD set of Footballers' Wives.

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Puerto Vallarta

Not much of a sports fan, I lived right near the stadium and passed it nearly everyday but never went inside.

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Beirut

Even if you're not a football fan, you can't miss the camp nou experience, the biggest stadium in Europe with its 99,786 seats. One of the top 10 must see in Barcelona if I would choose. It takes like 3 hours if you pass by, up to 5 or 6 hours if you want to pass by the shop, take some photographs, take your time to admire the trophies room,...

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New York City

If you want to experience the full on Spanish/Catalan culture you must come to Camp Nou for a match. F. C. Barcelona is a without a doubt the best soccer team out there and it's an honor to see them move the ball around. Eat a bocadillo and drink a cervesa at the game and your bound for good times with friends! Hang on to your $ and purses though!

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Cape Town

Glorious home of the beautiful game in Barcelona, rich in history, and a tribute to challenges faced. A snippet from my visit in 2011:
"The crowd kept urging Pep to bring out our star players, all conspicuously missing and being preserved for the big upcoming game against Man United. “Messi, Messi” we chanted. But you know old Pepitos. Stubborn as a mule."
Read more: http://www.foodandthefabulous.com/midnight-snacks/barca-la-liga-champions-2011-the-game-at-camp-nou/
P.s I meant that affectionately, no one loved Pep more than I do and good luck to him at Bayern

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Hobart

Saw Barcelona vs AC Milan in Champions League group stage. Packed house. Got there just in time for kickoff. I suggest an early arrival with 90,000-100,000 people all trying to get there at once. Awesome mega store where you can buy anything Barcelona FC!

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Belo Horizonte

Home of FC Barcelona, Camp Nou stadium is def a must-see! Tickets for non-members cost 23€ and include a visit to the Camp Nou installations, the Museum and the Multimedia zone. This visit is worth!

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