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Estadio Monumental, Santiago

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  • Well this place is quite known because is Colo-Colo stadium but when the team doesn't use the stadium is a fantastic and beatiful museum with all the history of the team which is one of the most oldes...  more »
  • as always a pleasure to go to the stadium more cute and experience through all sites mythical and its Museum is priceless
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  • I went with my cousins to walk and we were able to see the stadium, Museum, Court, etc. A great experience any problems with the people attending are very cordial has a great ride x inside the stadium that helps you to understand much about the history of colo-colo, its stadium and its players recommend it 100% who go to Santiago have to visit it is a great experience that vain to want to revive haci that invite you for that will enjoy it much
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  • Attended a Cola-Cola off season game. If you're attending a regular season game, I would recommend not wearing a purse and making sure to keep your belongings close as the stadium can get pretty rowdy. There is no alcohol served in the stadium, only non-alcoholic beers. Great, local experience, but make sure you take precautions. I would recommend not driving if possible as well.
  • Take the guided tour and learn the amazing history of the City team, Colo-Colo with a wealth of details and access to the lawn of the stadium, making the same way players. On game days, choose sectors of Oceán or Range-and don't forget to buy the tickets the day before departure, as are individual and identified.
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  • I can only say that when one enters and is / already overlooks the pitch IMPRESSES much truth since always been already called "Pedreros pit" because it must be the only Stadium in the world that I have idea, it was just built in a pit, including many players and coaches foreign when they know their history are very surprised because it was just built in a hole. One when it comes to the entrance always thinks it's more kid that as it can be seen from outside but when really realize how impressive that is, there can understand because they say "Pedreros pit" because arriving at your seat is to note that really is built down, or in a pit. For me is without doubt the stadium more beautiful of Chile and why not tell America and the world. So I as colocolo feel very proud of the stadium we have
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  • If you like give a game experience outside of Brazil. Sing a long, lively and safe. I was in a small game, no lines, no goals hehehe. I just don't know note greater because the Club sold tickets for the stands of visitors for us is to many fans of his own team. With shirts and children, were to crowd out, even speaking Spanish perfectly. Colo colo screwed up ugly.
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  • It is a nice place, if not they smashed it whenever a party, to play facilities are as for animals, places encircled with barbed wire and polycarbonate plates...
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