Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid
About Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Av. de Concha Espina, 1, 28036 Madrid, Spain
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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.
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium Information
- Check official website for details of upcoming events.
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium Ticket Prices
- Prices differentiate according to matches and seats.
Self guided Tours:
- Adults: 20 Euro
- Children (upto 14 years): 14 Euro
- Children (below 5): Free
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium Opening and Closing Hours
- 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.
How To reach Santiago Bernabeu Stadium by Public Transport
- 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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I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to this legendary football stadium and getting to experience the atmosphere on match-day. The stadium is very impressive and absolutely huge. It is a very impressive sight from the outside as well as inside. It is relatively easy to get into the stadium and to your seat. Security is pretty efficient and happy to help non-Spanish speaking visitors. There were loads of restaurants and shops in the area. The food and drinks, however, were a little overpriced, but this is the case in most modern sports arenas. Very happy with the experience and would love to come back again.
A huge stadium, well worth a visit for anyone with even a passing interest in football. Very close to the metro and easy to walk to. You start the tour at the top of tower B, and escalators help with the climb to the top. At that point you can enter the tour or for a few euros you can pick up a 'self driven' guide book, but we ended up not using it. The tour itself is self paced and well laid out with signs pointing where to go next. The trophy room is immense. A ton of silverware shows just how successful Real Madrid have been. A tip. At the main / end display with the fluttering gold confetti in the background, go behind the main display where the crowd usually is, and take photos with the confetti on one side, and the cups on the other. Expect a lot of walking as the tour winds down from the top of the stadium and around the whole complex to the ground floor.
The stadium has four towers A,B,C,D from where supporters are admitted for a match. Stands are covered if it rains and heaters are switched on for more comfort. Nice experience. Vendors outside the stadium, sell 'Official' Real Madrid sports wear (more prestigious) not like other shops, branded by a particular sport brand that it is all over the world.
Amazing experience. If you are a fan of soccer and Real Madrid you have to visit this stadium. The tour includes views of the field from the highest seats all the way down to the coaches bench. You can see all of the history of the Real Madrid club and the championships they have won over the years. The visit was an awesome experience.
Worth to visit. Amazing historical stadium for one of the best club in the world. Well organized and maintained. The exhibition is great and give you a brief about Real Madrid Club. There is an official store at the end of the tour. So, the fans can buy some gadgets which are great and high quality. I really enjoy the experience. The ticket for entry €25.
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