Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, Santiago

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Travel to the heart of Chilean soccer at Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, the official stadium of the national team. With a capacity of 47,000, the country's largest stadium opened its doors in 1938, and in 2015 played host to the final of the Copa America, where Chile pulled off a surprise victory for the first time. Check the stadium’s schedule to see if any games coincide with your visit; if so, you can experience the atmosphere of a soccer arena packed to the rafters with passionate fans. Alternatively, you can take a tour of the stadium and its museum. A visit to Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Santiago trip generator to plot your vacation.
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  • I went to the stadium to meet the location was used as a prison of political prisoners of the dictatorship of Pinochet. It's amazing to VISIT the hatch 8. Although the stadium is fully retired, this entry has been completely preserved as it was, including the part of bleachers that she leads. In this entry you can know a lot and see how it was dictatorship. It's exciting to see the photos and the location. The gate is the same at the time, with the same bars. If you want, you can follow a guided tour given by volunteers that explain everything. Well worth going. I thought it was more impressive than the human rights Museum, which is also good.
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  • A place where concentrated sporting activities of first level of Chile. Could be in the Centre of training in swimming with the athletes in swimming that would participate in the Games Olympic of Brazil representing to Chile. It has a villa to host athletes, two Athletics tracks of very good level, cycling, hockey, skate, soccer...
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  • The Chile national soccer stadium, where he was champion in 2016 on penalties on top of Argentina. There's no museum or walk get paid to do. Can you get talking to the bouncer to hit some shots. You can't step on the lawn but you can walk around the stadium. It's nice to see the town to see if there's some event on the day (we went on a Saturday and it was tense a rock festival at the stadium. We had to come back another day) for those who like football is a great ride.
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  • Multi purpose stadium used for football rock concerts and at one time an open air prison camp under Pinochet
  • Buen sitio
  • Lindo estadio
  • Muy buen estadio, grande. Mal mantenido
  • Great atmosphere when there is a major football match