Stadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid

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Stadio Santiago Bernabeu is home to Real Madrid, one of Europe’s most successful soccer clubs ever. Long considered one of the world’s finest sports venues, this is the country’s second largest stadium, with a capacity to seat over 80,000 spectators. Die-hard soccer fan or a budding admirer of the sport, take a tour for an intimate view of the famous field, press rooms, players’ tunnel, presidential box, dressing rooms, and trophy museum. To ensure entry and avoid possible lines, book your ticket online. Plan to visit Stadio Santiago Bernabeu and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Madrid attractions using our Madrid road trip site .
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  • Expensive 25 euros; The visit does not reflect the atmosphere of the matches on TV at the top; very nice trophy room if not disappointed with the facilities, real dressing room and aging stands, entry of any players keenly the renovation ... nothing to do with the visit of the camp nou in Barcelona awesome to do absolutely!
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  • We just visit on the outside and around, because they don't let dogs in and we travel with our friend... But it's huge and impressive. Many tourists undoubtedly!
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  • One of the biggest team of the history and for sure the club with more trophies in its museum. You can easily spend some hours visiting the museum, exploring each trophy, so many stories, players, epic matches...just visiting to know how big Real Madrid is. If you are a football's fan, you must visit the stadium and the museum. One of the best football's museum I have been to. Amazing! Hala Madrid!!
  • "Easily accessible, Great atmosphere, but the price they charge and service they render is too expensive" We paid just over £23 to enter and i can say it was totally worth the money. Initially when you arrive it is a little confusing what you do, you are first directed right to the top of the stadium to take in the view. Then upon going down you enter the museum section, showing the whole history of the football club. There are many interactive things to do, definitely suitable for different ages. Signs were in Spanish and English. As you go through the different parts you slowly work your way down the stadium, to the final part of being at the dug out and players changing rooms. We definitely didn't think we would get that far. Overall it was totally worth the money we paid. Would highly recommend to anyone attending Madrid to do this
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