Nou Camp Stadium (Barcelona, Spain) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... and the atmosphere was great, although mostly not under cover so hope it doesn't rain when you go! The price for the ticket was very reasonable, cheaper than most premier league matches. Getting to the stadium was very easy using their metro system, although it was very crowded there were plenty of trains, it seemed like one every minute and it was well organised. Typically when I went it ... more
Customer Nou Camp Stadium (Barcelona, Spain) Reviews (6)
by - written on 15/08/12 (Somewhat useful, 22 readings)
Visiting the Nou Camp Barcelona was a great experience and a must for any football fan and even non fans would enjoy it. The stadium is stunning and the atmosphere was great, although mostly not under cover so hope it doesn't rain when you go! The price for the ticket was very reasonable, cheaper than most premier league matches. Getting to the stadium was very easy using their metro system, although it was very crowded there were plenty of trains, it seemed like one every minute and it was well organised. Typically when I went it happened to be 0:0 which was typical, what are the chances going to watch Barcelona at home I thought I would be guaranteed goals, even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
In March 2011, I visited Barcelona and being a big sporting fan and huge football enthusiast a trip to the Nou Camp was high on my agenda. ~History~ The Nou Camp or New Field in English has been home to FC Barcelona since 1957. The stadium replaced the football clubs Les Corts ground which had been used up until then. Work on the stadium started in 1954. It is estimated that original stadium cost around 288 million pesetas to complete and in my opinion, it was worth every penny. The stadium was finished in 1957. ~Modern Day~ In its current format the stadium can hold over 99,000 spectators and it has to be one of the best places to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Nou Camp Stadium I have been to Barcelona a couple of times and have on the whole enjoyed my visits. There is plenty to do and see in the city and even during the winter the weather can be quite mild and pleasant. The down side of Barcelona is the pick pocketing. It's rampant in the city centre and although I was fortunately not a successful target I was approached three times by people trying to get there hands on my cash. I am surprised the authorities don't clamp down on this because as it stands Barcelona may soon become more famous for its pickpockets than its football club. What is the Nou Camp? The Nou Camp is an impressive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I've been going to the Camp Nou stadium for around 12 years as when I was little and lived in Germany we'd drive to Spain for holidays, and I spent my summers watching the likes of Guardiola, Rivaldo, and the de Boer brothers strolling around this monster of a stadium. History ---------- Built in 1957, the Camp Nou replaced FC Barcelona's old Les Corts ground which held a respectable 60,000. Designed by Francesc Mitjans Miró and Josep Soteras Mauri, it was supposed to be called Estadi del FC Barcelona, but fans coined the nickname Camp Nou, translated as 'New Field' in comparison to the old Les Corts stadium. The name has stuck and was made official ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/09 (Useful, 137 readings)
I have been to the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona three times and each time it makes me gob smacked, For the sheer size of it, the style of it, the noise when the game is on. Everything about it is truely breath taking. The Camp Nou has a capacity of nearly 99,000 which is makes it the seventh largest stadium in the world. The stadium is old and that is visible for all to see from the outside which the first time i looked at it i thought it was a multi storey car park. The real treat is inside the stadium. Doing the tour is a great way to kill about an hour looking into the history of the club, what they have won, the trophy room. the dressing room and even to walk down .. Read the complete review
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