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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  • Very short tour, guidance was very poor and the whole tour was very disjointed. Minimal museum showing and the views of the pitch were very poor. Camp Nou tour was much better experience and value. 
    Very short tour, guidance was very poor and the whole tour was very disjointed. Minimal museum showing and the views of the pitch were very poor. Camp Nou tour was much better experience and value.  more »
  • Can’t believe this tour is still open. The website tells you that certain areas are closed due to building work but what you can see is literally a building site. Total embarrassment. 
    Can’t believe this tour is still open. The website tells you that certain areas are closed due to building work but what you can see is literally a building site. Total embarrassment.  more »
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  • First time here. Really wanted to watch this great club live. The stadium will be insane once finished, but right now under massive construction, and it really takes away A LOT from the overall experience. You can't enter through entrance closes to your seats - need to walk around to another part - then it's a little maze inside. Nothing is finished inside all concrete at the moment. No vendors, no food or beverage stalls. Just some random guys selling a minimal amount of items from their coolers. The worst thing is not the queues, but that they don't take cards - simply don't understand why?! So simple to organise, and much quicker than cash! The seats inside are pretty small, compared to English or most other European destination stadiums. Very uncomfortable to sit through the entire game. The pitch is amazing, the football was great at times. Would like to come back when it's all done.
  • First time in Madrid, so had to check out a Real Madrid game. This is a bonkers sized stadium fits 80k folks. There was some construction when we went so a little obnoxious to walk around the entire stadium to our section. Unlike in other stadiums I have been to you can only enter through your gate. Once in, it’s just ports potties and water vendors. They didn’t sell anything else. But when you get to your seats. It’s insane, very lively and huge. There are no huge Jumbotrons, so cant watch replays or anything of that. Overall a cool experience, but I wouldn’t say the best stadium.

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