- Combined three-hour afternoon sightseeing tour of Madrid and visit to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
- Learn about Madrid’s Moorish origins in Barrio de la Moreria
- See Madrid's Royal Palace and other famous monuments and squares
- Drive along the city's leafy avenues past Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol
- Take a behind-the-scenes Santiago Bernabeu tour
- View the stadium’s locker rooms, the bench, the pitch and even the presidential box
- Visit the Real Madrid museum
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What You Can Expect
Pass Monumento de la Encarnacion, Puerta de la Opera, Puerta del Sol and other well-known sights and squares, and learn that it was during the reign of Charles III in the 18th century that Madrid became an important cultural and scientific center, attracting artists and intellectuals.
View the grand exterior of the Royal Palace, then see the sights of contemporary Madrid’s graceful boulevards Gran Vía and Paseo de la Castellana. Admire graceful squares such as Plazas de Espana, Puerta del Sol and Puerta de Alcala, and pass the lovely Casa de Campo and Retiro parks. The tour also takes you past Madrid’s university and bullring.
To make your football dreams come true, complete your Madrid tour with a visit to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, home ground of Real Madrid. Take a unique Bernabeu Stadium tour, with special access to areas normally closed to the public.
Follow the tunnel leading to the locker rooms, and see where players sit on the bench. Tour the pitch, pressroom and presidential box, then complete your visit by touring the stadium’s museum, filled with trophies and memorabilia celebrating the Real Madrid team.
Your tour ends at Bernabeu Stadium, so take your time and stay as long as you wish at Madrid’s temple to football.
The city tour was a good overview of Madrid, the various areas and history. I learned a lot on that. I would recommend the bus tour as an orientation for any travel to Madrid. The stadium tour is self guided and gave very good access to various parts of the stadium, very similar to other baseball stadium tours I have been on in the US.
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