Is it difficult to get to the Camp Nou stadium from the rest of Barcelona? Not at all! The Camp Nou is on Aristides Maillol avenue, which is on Les Corts, in the north-east of the city. It is well connected with the rest of the city by public transport (metro, bus and tram). Let us show you how to get to the Barça’s stadium.
Line 5 (the blue line): ‘Badal’ and ‘Collblanc’ stations. This line runs through various important places in the city such as Sagrada Família or Sants station.
Line 3 (the green line): ‘Maria Cristina’, ‘Palau Reial’ or ‘Zona Universitària’ stations. This line also runs through various important places in the city such as Plaça Catalunya or Plaça Espanya.
Both lines 5 and 3 coincide in some stations with other metro lines so getting to FC Barcelona’s stadium by metro is very easy.
There are 27 stations around the Camp Nou and 15 different buses that go there.
Lines: 7, 15, 43, 54, 56 67, 68, 74, 75, 158, L12, L50, L60 and L62
Lines: T1, T2 and T3
Stations: ‘Zona Universitària’, ‘Maria Cristina’, ‘Pius XII’, ‘Palau Reial’, ‘Avinguda de Xile’ and ‘Sant Ramon’.
See the map of public transport close to the Camp Nou.
Don’t miss your chance to visit the Camp Nou, one of the most spectacular stadiums in the world!