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Allianz Arena, Munich
(4.5/5 based on 4,800+ reviews on the web)
Experience the match-day atmosphere at Allianz Arena, a soccer stadium widely known for its facade of inflated plastic panels. The stadium, which holds nearly 70,000 spectators, was the first venue of its kind in the world to feature a full color-changing exterior. The country's third-largest arena, it's home to two professional clubs, FC Bayern Munchen and TSV 1860 Munchen. Check online for available arena tours, which give you a rare behind-the-scenes look at the stadium's locker rooms, players' tunnel, and the coaches' dugout. This modern venue, completed in 2005, features several fan shops and restaurants. Parking is available at Europe's largest parking structure, which has four four-story garages with nearly 10,000 parking places. To visit Allianz Arena and other attractions in Munich, use our Munich trip itinerary builder.
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  • An avid soccer fan, but the video game is hard. Allianz Arena was supposed to apply for a tour of the Museum, is the schedule of the spectators inside the stadium +. The guides inside the stadium to explain in English, friendly and quite meet. Internal locker and up, etc, at least the stadium Camp Nou tour is much more than Al-garage fun. Do not see the appearance, I would just recommend the internal tours sign. (19 euros) because ... Walking up to the length of the stadium is very far from the Metro.
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  • Deserves the penalty go by the environment that is get, since the sound is spectacular and seems that you have to them local over. The downside is that it is taking... and although the German public transport is very efficient, the pitoste output is considerable.
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  • Meet the arena is very cool. Especially with the tour. Too bad you don't have in Portuguese. Still has the Museum of Bayer and super worth the visit. In the end you still find shop to buy several treats.
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  • What to say? Great football arena, everything working with precision. You won't be able to get anything alcoholic in the arena itself which is quite understandable.
  • This place is the home to the best football team in the world. The stadium itself was brilliant and the connections with German football itself is amazing. 🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪⚽️⚽️⚽️😄😄😄
  • Took a tour of the arena, it was spectacular. Visited the changing rooms, the press conference room among others. The facilities installed by Guardiola are impressive.
  • The ambience is crazy. The stadium is incredible and so are the fans. Getting in and seeing the court for the first time is shocking and you'll probably stand there with your mouth open for a couple of seconds. Feeling the roar of the public in one of the top stadiums in Europe has no price.
  • Stadium where the famous Bayern Munchen held their matches here. Visit the merchandise shops for buy the team's souvenirs