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Go behind the scenes at Camp Nou football (soccer) stadium in Barcelona with this skip-the-line ticket. Retrace the footsteps of legendary FC Barcelona players from past and present as you tour the stadium independently. Visit the changing room before making your way along the stadium’s tunnel and stepping out onto the grass. Then visit the chapel, presidential box, press room and TV room. Your ticket also includes access to the FC Barcelona Museum, where you can get up close to the club’s impressive collection of trophies and signed memorabilia.

Make your own way to FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou football stadium, Europe's largest stadium with a capacity for almost 100,000 people. On arrival, head directly inside with your skip-the-line ticket to explore the stadium independently.Begin with a visit to the team’s changing room. Walk around the locker area, shower room and massage area, and imagine how tense the atmosphere would be down here before games.Next, follow in the footsteps of Diego Maradona, Gary Lineker, Jordi Cruyff, Josep Guardiola and Ronaldinho, and make your way through the stadium’s tunnel toward the pitch. Draw a deep breath and then step out onto the grass. Spin around slowly as you take in the 360-degree views of the stadium, imagining what it would be like to step out to 100,000 cheering fans.After, head back into the tunnel. Pause by the chapel to see where players can pray before games, then scope out the TV room, press room, and presidential box, where royal figures, politicians and other famous faces watch the matches.Continue on to the FC Barcelona Museum. Immerse yourself in the long history of the club as you interact with state-of-the-art, audio-visual displays. Watch snippets from some of FC Barcelona’s most important matches, and plug into one of the headsets to listen to the earthshattering sound of the packed stadium during matches.Then, walk past the impressive collection of gleaming trophies, photographs, sports equipment and team kits that have been collected over the years. There’s also a special area dedicated to Argentinian superstar Leo Messi, where you can see his four Ballons d’Or and his three Golden Boots, as well as two interactive walls where you can relive his goals.How long you spend at Camp Nou is up to you, but many visitors find 1.5 hours to be sufficient.Please note: Customer must exchange their voucher and pick up tickets at Calle Balmes in central Barcelona (Opening times: Monday to Sunday from 8:30 to 20:00).