An essential stop for fans of European football and sport history, Camp Nou is Europe's largest stadium and the home of the renowned club, FC Barcelona, and its museum. Along the way, see city landmarks and ascend Montjuic Hill, site of the 1992 Summer Olympics, for panoramic views.
NOTES: The tour inside the Camp Nou complex is partially accessible for guests who are full-time wheelchair users.
Barcelona's local culture is revealed during your half day guided exploration of its popular landmarks. Witness the unfinished Gaudi masterpiece Sagrada Familia and experience FC Barcelona’s slogan “more than a club” with a visit to the FC Barcelona Stadium, the largest in Europe.
-Sagrada Familia: View the exterior with commentary.
-Camp Nou Stadium: Visit the largest football stadium in Europe, home to FC Barcelona
-Photo stop: panoramic views of Barcelona from the summit of Montjuic Hill
Begin your half-day journey with a with a scenic motorcoach ride from the pier through the streets of central Barcelona towards the Sagrada Familia district, where Gaudi’s sacred cathedral is located. This Barcelona icon opened and was officially consecrated by the Pope Benedict XIV in 2010. Each year it draws millions of tourists who want to experience the brilliance of Antoni Gaudí. Pause briefly for commentary from your guide.
Proceed to the Camp Nou Stadium, the largest football stadium in Europe and home to FC Barcelona. Visit the main attractions in the complex, including the FC Barcelona Museum and visitor's changing rooms. Experience a fascinating multimedia and interactive space with images and videos detailing the club's history. After the tour, pause for an impressive panoramic view of the stadium and spend some time in the official souvenir shop browsing the curious FC Barcelona items.
At the conclusion of your stadium tour, proceed to Montjuic Hill and the Olympic ring. At the summit of Montjuic Hill, enjoy the panoramic vista of Barcelona and its surroundings en route to the port.
What to Bring:
-You should always take your SeaPass card (provided onboard the ship) and photo identification when in port
-Camera and Euros cash for shopping.
-Sun protection and sunglasses
What to Wear:
-Strongly recommend wearing light clothing and comfortable walking shoes.
-Due to last minute trainings or important matches, Camp Nou might close or modify the tour itinerary on short notice.
-On Sunday afternoons and holidays, touring Camp Nou tour is not available.
-The tour inside the Camp Nou complex is partially accessible for guests who are full-time wheelchair users.