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¿Cómo llegar al Camp Nou?



Maybe you do not want to arrive at the Camp Nou to see a Barça match but, quite possibly, if you are spending a few days in the city , you want to know how to get to the Camp Nou to see one of the most famous stadiums in the world.

Camp Nou (also known as Nou Camp or, directly, “Campo del Barça”) is located in the upper part of the city, next to the ever-flowing Diagonal, and to the neighboring city of L’Hospitalet de Llobregat.

As we can see on the map, the Camp Nou is surrounded by metro and bus stops, making it easy to get to the Barça field.

The most common underground stops to reach the Camp Nou are Collblanc (L5), Badal (L5), Maria Cristina, Palau Reial and Zona Universitaria (all these L3). Also in Palau Reial you will find a tram stop, which is another option to get there.

Arriving at Camp Nou by bus

As buses, there are more than one that can serve to get you closer to the field, but the most common is the H8, which makes the journey between the shopping center La Maquinista (practically on the outskirts of the city) and the blue grana stadium. These are your stops.

  • The Machinist
  • Ciutat d’Asuncion-Pg de l’Havanna
  • Parc de la Maquinista
  • Josep Soldevila-Torrent Estadella
  • Josep Soldevila-Onze de Setembre
  • Eleven of Setembre-Virgili: Metro L9
  • Gran de Sant Andreu-Fabra i Puig
  • Sagrera-Parc de la Pegaso
  • Sagrera-Martí Molins
  • Av Meridiana-La Sagrera: Bus V27Metro L1Metro L5Metro L9
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Felip II: Metro L1Metro L5Metro L9
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Trinxant: Metro L5
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Rambla Volart: Metro L5
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Independència
  • Av. Gaudí: Metro L5
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Lepant: Bus V21
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Sardenya
  • Sant Antoni Maria Claret-Nàpols
  • Pg of Sant Joan-Industry
  • Còrcega-Bailèn
  • Jardinets de Gràcia-Llúria
  • Còrsega-Pg. of grace: Bus V17Metro L3Metro L5
  • Diagonal-Balmes
  • Diagonal-Muntaner
  • Diagonal-Francesc Macià
  • Josep Tarradellas-Francesc Macià
  • Les Corts-Pl Dr Ignasi Barraquer
  • Les Corts-Numància: Bus V7
  • Les Corts-Vallespir: Metro L3
  • Mercat de Les Corts: Metro L3
  • Les Corts-Mejía Lequerica: Bus V3
  • Les Corts-Arizala
  • Les Corts-Ctra de Collblanc: Metro L5
  • Collblanc-Cardenal Reig
  • Cardinal Reig-Av St Ramon Nonat

How to get to Camp Nou

If you go to Camp Nou on a day with Barça match, although the ways to arrive are the same, we recommend that, if you have time, access the stadium (or when you leave) from a metro stop more distant in order to avoid massification. 

In fact, you will not be the only one who does. It is usual to see that the days in which Barca plays streets like Carrer Sants are full of people (and of course cars!) Going up or down to the Camp Nou, so do not be lazy and walk away a little of the Zone of greater affluence. You can choose to take or leave the metro at nearby stops but not too much like Plaça del Center, Plaça de Sants, Estació de Sants, Hostafrancs or Plaça Espanya.

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