Camp Nou
photo by Roger Quayle

Camp Nou, where FC Barcelona plays since 1957, is a must see for football fans. With a capacity of 98,787 it is the largest stadium in Europe. It can be very noisy, but also very quiet, depending on the team's performance. Built in 1954, the stadium will be given a new face by the start of the 2011-2012 season. The stadium will then have 120,000 seat, 50% of which will be under cover.

You can also visit the museum, which will take you through the players' tunnel to the dugouts and then, via the away team's changing room, on to the President's box. Here you'll see a European Cup which the team has won several times, but this is only a replica.

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