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Santiago Bernabeu is the home turf of FC Real Madrid and seats over 81,000 spectators. If you're into soccer, you'll be kicking yourself if you miss this!
The golden proof of Real Madrid's status as a world-class soccer team - see trophies from UEFA, Spanish leagues, and many more.
As you walk down the endless green lawn, you'll find that the stadium looks completely different than from above from the stadium seats. Get a real idea of the size of the pitch's grandeur!
Get to know the behind-the-scenes of the players, which have only recently become accessible to the general public.
Normally reserved only for VIPs, participating in the tour will give you exclusive access to this tip-top place from which to watch a game!
You'll get the opportunity to see authentic memorabilia such as boots and shorts, as well as view videos of Real Madrid's victories.
On match days, the tour may be subject to availability - best to check in advance when booking to avoid disappointment.
Wheelchair users can view the trophy room and coaching area, but other parts of the tour may be limited.
In sunny Spain, you need to make sure you're sufficiently protected! This could be a great tour for midday as you'll be shaded by the stadium.
The tours can be taken in English or Spanish.
- When to visitOpen Non-Match days, Monday to Saturday 10:00AM - 7:30PM, Sunday 10:30AM - 6:30PM.
- What is the price?Adult general admission 19 euros, Children 13 euros. Additional discounts available for groups.
- Will I need a guide?The tour is self-guided but additional guides can be useful for surrounding area.
- How to get thereMetro Santiago Bernabeu L10, Train Nuevos Ministerios, or several Bus lines.
- Additional tips
- Give yourself at least 2 hours to take the tour through this impressive stadium.
- The tour ends in the stadium shop, which also includes Adidas store, to browse or stock up on Real Madrid gear to sport at the next match.
What People Are Saying About Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Well organized, a bit crowded even in winter time. Madrid is really a beautiful city and I do think they need to increase the frequency, specially in the line covering the old part of the city.
Everything was good. The audio was clear. Announcing the number of the stops was good, too.
This was a great decision as having 3 days in Madrid ,it gave us an overall view of this beautiful city! Gave us ideas of where we would like to return to .Buses were frequent and well organised, helpful staff and useful information. Would thoroughly recommend.
Great tour bus to get around the city quickly. Recommend sitting up top when they shade the very back. It was amazing and not too hot up there even with 80'F weather.
We found this to be a convenient way to see Madrid during our 2 day stay. Hop on hop off was a great way. The first day we took the Route 1 bus for a complete tour of the city and along the way we jotted down what we wanted to see. Then took it around again and got off and on and we usually only waited at most 15 minutes for the next bus and continued on to the next place to see. The second day we did shopping using the bus again and then time it to that the last run around 845 - 9 PM to see Madrid at night. You pay online for the specific day or days and then you MUST print you ticket on paper and take it with you and present it at any of THEIR stops when you board and then you will get your permanent ticket.