Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid

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Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is home to Real Madrid, one of Europe’s most successful soccer clubs ever. Long considered one of the world’s finest sports venues, this is the country’s second largest stadium, with a capacity to seat over 80,000 spectators. Die-hard soccer fan or a budding admirer of the sport, take a tour for an intimate view of the famous field, press rooms, players’ tunnel, presidential box, dressing rooms, and trophy museum. To ensure entry and avoid possible lines, book your ticket online. Plan to visit Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Madrid attractions using our Madrid road trip site.
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  • The whole stadium is being renovated and so hoardings all around. We got off the hop on hop off bus for a while just to soak in the atmosphere as it was a match day and therefore couldnt have tour... 
    The whole stadium is being renovated and so hoardings all around. We got off the hop on hop off bus for a while just to soak in the atmosphere as it was a match day and therefore couldnt have tour...  more »
  • I did this stadium tour 2 years ago before the construction, it was incredible. You had access to the vip box, museum, press room, changing rooms and you got to sit on the bench. Now, you get... 
    I did this stadium tour 2 years ago before the construction, it was incredible. You had access to the vip box, museum, press room, changing rooms and you got to sit on the bench. Now, you get...  more »
  • The stadium had a bad smell of wee and the food tastes like dog puke. Will never return until Gareth Bale is captain........... 
    The stadium had a bad smell of wee and the food tastes like dog puke. Will never return until Gareth Bale is captain...........  more »
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  • Great experience for football lovers but.. I would say expected a bit better organisation. The spot to see the whole stadium is not the best. The view is mostly to construction , better to choose upper levels . Interesting that the presentation about renovation is in Spanish only, I believe there are plenty of tourists coming for tour , could at least add English, so people could understand information. Other than that was nice to visit .
  • We did the stadium tour. It’s under construction so it’s a mess as of October 2021. The tour starts with an advertisement of the new stadium which will take another two years to finish. They called it an eternal home and compared it to the Eiffel Tower but it will basically look like Sofi stadium where the Rams and Chargers play in LA. It was way over the top in typical Real Madrid style and that’s part of the club’s charm. The hall of Trophies was awesome. Seeing all the Champions League trophies was great but my favorite part was seeing uniforms, shoes, gloves, and match balls from past players. Well worth going. Three stars because the stadium is such a mess right now.
  • Such a fantastic experience. Even if you are not a fan of the this superb football club, the beautiful stadium and the attractive museum will impress you. As Ray Hudson once said: "Real Madrid fans have to wear sunglasses while watching their team because this star-studded team of diamonds is just astonishing." Take your time and enjoy your visit.
  • Although I am not a sports fan, I enjoyed the tour and shared part of history in the making of this well-known and excellent soccer club. The tour in the stadium was inspiring and exciting even for someone like me. The planned building would be awesome and futurstic Seeing it in the making would always make me proud that I witnessed a feat being accomplished. When in Madrid, its worth a visit.
  • While visiting Madrid I got the chance to visit the infamous Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. We were able to gain access via a tour guide service that toured the entire facility. The halls themselves were rich with history of the Real Madrid soccer club and had tons of sports memorabilia in different areas of the stadium. Trophies, jerseys and even food fare was all available during the visit. At the very end, you’re dropped off in the main Real Madrid sports shop where you can find absolutely everything with the Real Madrid football club logo. It truly was a fun experience. Tons of walking and history to sink in but overall a fun experience. Make sure you take a tour bus service to the stadium as it drops you off right in front of the stadium.

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