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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  • My son not could miss the visit to the stadium of Bayern, so after dinner we took the car in the parking of the hotel and we went to see him about eight o'clock. It takes 20 minutes by car from the Centre. Guided tours had ended some time, but we were pleasantly surprised that you begin to darken and still taking photos after leaving the car on the shoulder of the road, lit up in red. SPECTACULAR. I think that they were nine when it lit up. The roads around the Stadium are not crowded. Many people to photograph it.
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  • Although not a supporter of the arena football deserves a visit, very interesting from an architectural point of view.
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  • The whole journey inside the stadium wad awesome. Specially sitting in Gallery, looking at dressing room, press box, touching the grass, going through the tunnel - just mind boggling  more »
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  • Best stadium I've been to yet. I bought tickets from the reseller section on the Bayern Munich website for 15 euros for a seat in the North stand (block 130) and the seats were incredible (see picture). The ultras sit in the South stand behind the goals (blocks 110 - 115 I think) and the atmosphere from them is bouncing, all through the game as well. Prepare for a lot or standing though as, although you have a seat, no one actually sits down through the game. The stadium also has free wifi, relatively cheap good food, and beer. Definitely worth getting a ticket.
  • Wonderful experience to go and see Bayern play. Beautiful stadium. Quite a walk to the stadium from the metro, and a little crazy trying to leave, but all part of the experience.
  • Awful. The stadium looks great but it doesn't help when the reception of the fans are so abject. First we went to the wrong gate. Absolutely nothing suggested that we couldn't enter there, but when we reached the turnstile after 20-25 minutes of queues we were told we to go to the other end, even though it was possible to enter there and walk along the stadium. The next queue we went to didn't move at all for about 20 min. There were 2 gates in operation of a possible six at that entry point!!!!!! After this 20 min someone announced on a speaker that we had to go to a third queue. There we entered within minutes, but still 20 min into the match. A steward then advised us to go in one direction after we had come into the building, which caused us to go around the whole arena in the internal gateways. Another annoying thing is that you must expect to use 1-2 hours to get out of the parking. How is it possible to be aware of this and do nothing about in for years. If you add very inadequate toilet facilities this puts this stadium at the rock bottom of the big arenas. If you want to go there for a big match I would advise to come 2-3 hours before kick of if you want to be on the safe side. How such a great football club can have such a dysfunctional stadium operation is beyond me.
  • The place is super impressive outside. The inside tour is quite expensive - 17euros. I would recommend only the outside view :-)! The museum is great as well.
  • One of the best stadiums I have been at. But the guiding signs can be improved so you can reach your block faster.

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