Allianz Arena, Munich

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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. Work out when and for how long to visit Allianz Arena and other Munich attractions using our handy Munich trip itinerary planner.
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  • Buy tickets here from Brazil to watch bayern and Hamburg. The aim was to meet the stadium. That stadium. That twisted. That organization. That rout!!!! It was amazing. And I've had no problem in saida and with transport. Fine civilized, as it should be
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  • The first half of the car is free, and there is enough time for the front to be photographed. Failed to visit the stadium, but visitors can go to the shop to buy the team's products, the price is not expensive.
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  • Very beautiful stadium with an imposing modern architecture placed in a neighborhood where there is nothing else. Even more beautiful when it lits up on game nights !  more »
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  • this stadium is certainly a must visit for football fans, no matter which club you support! Make sure to spend time here during the night if you want to see the infamous Allianz Arena illuminating with constantly changing colors. I spent a night here in the park and ride building nearby during the munich shooting incident in 2016. All buses and trains were shutdown so I decided to sleep in the area
  • Best stadium I have visited. Fans and people super friendly. The signposting on the way to the stadium for where to seat is the only let down and should be improved. Increased security die to the recent attacks means that you should arrive 45-60 mins before kick off. Security helpful. Public train service is about a 10-20 min walk depending on what part of the stadium you are seated
  • Allianz arena is a crazy experience. If you are a football fan, then I definitely recommend going to take the tour (especially if you are a Bayern fan as you also get access to the BM museum!). It was a good amount of history and fan facts. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave a lot of information about the games, the history, the current team, and the building itself. The attached museum was interesting. Lots of things I never knew about the team, a small movie theatre is attached to see a documentary film (in german with subtitles) about BM. There was also a kids play area so definitely somewhere I think kids would enjoy!
  • Looks smart. Solid build. Friendly mixing of fans. Access to and fro poor. Long walk and many stairs. Slippy when wet. Friendly atmosphere.
  • I had the chance to attend a Champions League game, everything was very organized and safe. You can take the U-Bahn or arrive by taxi. Inside the atmosphere is amazing! It’s a must stop if you visit Munich.

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