If your spouse or kid is one of the die heart sports fan then Camp Nou should be a must visit on your visiting list. One of the popular attractions of Barcelona, this stadium has a capacity to accommodate 99,000 people and is worthy of your visit. And if lucky you might just get a chance to witness an ongoing game.
Experience Camp nou Stadium – The second most visited place in Barcelona, after Sagrada Familia. Even though im not really a die hard soccer fan, I loved this place.it is an experience of retracing the footsteps of FC Barcelona’s legendary players and entering the field from the tunnel !! You can explore the VIP area, Lionel messi space, Press area and also where the players sit. Along with the stadium, there’s also a museum with all the laurels that FCB has won and the Nike store with FCB merchandise.Hit the Beaches and port’s – For sun worshippers, Barceloneta is just what you’re looking for! it is the most bustling and touristy stretch of sand and sea. There are a plethora of sea food eating options near the beach. The best time to visit the Mediterranean beaches is summer.
On the next day we took the Hop On, Hop Off buses which was very cool because we could see everything without hurting our legs of walking. We saw the famous Camp Nou which is the stadium of the FC Barcelona. We saw Font Magica which is a fountain, its famous because it has colourful lights.
After La Tomatina I headed back to hotel and dozed off as the next day was departure from Valencia to most happening city of Spain Barcelona! My stay in the city was just for transit before taking an exit from Spain but I found time to visit another iconic Football club's home stadium Camp Nou.
We catch a game between Barcelona FC and Sporting House