Stadio Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid

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Stadio Santiago Bernabeu 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 Stadio Santiago Bernabeu and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Madrid attractions using our Madrid road trip site .
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  • If you are a bit interested in the foot bal, you should definitely visit the stadium. The tour is very interesting.
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  • For football fans and not a visit to this "temple" of football is almost an obligation. The price for this visit for a family with 2 children is quite expensive, more than 80 euros... But you have the opportunity to visit the stands, the press room, the changing rooms, the museum with trophies, the "bench" on the sidelines and much more.
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  • Very interesting place to visit and enjoy a nice meal. With easy parking near the stadium. Very nice reception. The food is good and all staff in very kind. The people visiting the restaurant , is very easy to see , there are strand girls inside .... Our experience was nice, but we went there with children. Sometimes difficult to explain to the children the girls with almost no clothes eating there and staying there ... Not judging who is who.
  • It was nice that they had an escalator going up, but they didn’t have one going down. We all know Europe is not handicap friendly but just be ready to go up and down the stairs. The Stadium is beautiful and make sure you eat in one of the restaurants that have view to the stadium. Food was good, and you get a better view to the stadium.
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