The iconic Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid is one of the most famous and well-known sports venue in the world. It is the home ground for one of Europe’s biggest football team – Real Madrid. The stadium was inaugurated in 1947 and currently has the capacity to house an astounding 81,044 spectators. The experience of watching the Galacticos in action, with thousands of fans screaming and chanting, is a surreal experience and is sure to raise some serious goosebumps. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience when in Madrid.
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- Check official website for details of upcoming events.
- Prices differentiate according to matches and seats.
Self guided Tours:
- Adults: 20 Euro
- Children (upto 14 years): 14 Euro
- Children (below 5): Free
- Tour duration: 90 minutes
- Match timings and schedule vary throughout the year. Please refer official website.
- Non-match days: Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 7:30 pm; Sundays and public holidays: 10:30 am – 6:30 pm
- Match days: Available till 5 hours before game begins.
- Closed on 25th December and 1st January.
- By Bus: Bus 43, 120 and 150 stops at Concha Espina - Pza. Lima bus station.
- By Subway: Subway 10 stops at Santiago Bernabeu subway station.
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26.59% of people who visit Madrid include Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in their plan
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60.18% of people start their Santiago Bernabeu Stadium visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
92.07% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
A world class football stadium. World class players associated with records. They've won everything that needs to be won. It's lovely & beautiful. They've got a museum of trophy collection & players hall of fame. You just need to be there.
Enjoyed the visit even though we're not really crazy about football. Had a good time, and a lot of walking too going through the history and exhibition halls in the Stadium. Good to be standing on the field ground and sitting on the bench where the players sat during a game. Great experience!!
Its doesn’t matter if you are a football fan or not, if you are Real Madrid fan or not, but if you are in Madrid city and do not visit this place then the whole trip to Spain is incomplete. Its an unique and once in a life time kind of experience. The tour gives you the opportunity to see and live like a football player. You can go through almost all the private places of the stadium, the dressing rooms, the preparation rooms etc. You can also learn about the History of this most famous and popular football club of the world. You get to to see the real trophies won by the club. Its lot of walking and seeing around so u might feel a little tired but its worth it. If you wish to buy the merchandise then this place can actually be a good option. They do not charge any premium from the regular stores so might as well buy stuff from here only. I is considered as one of the most important places in the sport world so its DEFINITELY A MUST EXPERIENCE THING.
I can’t say I’m an avid Real Madrid fan but I thoroughly enjoyed the self guided tour. The ticket price sounds a bit steep at first but it’s worth it since it’s such a well organised and interesting walk around the stadium of the most successful football team in the world. So much to see along the way, from the trophy room to the players spa rooms, with plenty photo opportunities. You even get walk up the stairs onto the dugouts and sit down on the player’s chairs, or hangout in the press room at imagine facing a full room of reporters, all at your own pace. Truly a memorable experience, I think even for an average person with just mild interests in sports.
Best football viewing experience. Vibrant stadium awesome crowd. But only problem is the high priced ticket. If you can not catch up the match, take the stadium tour (closes 3hrs before the match on a match day) During which you can go to the edge of the ground and also go around the players room.