- Entrance ticket to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid
- Explore the prestigious Real Madrid stadium at your own pace
- Visit iconic sites like the tunnel to the locker rooms and the presidential box
- Watch videos about the stadium and Real Madrid played on screens near the pitch
- Walk around the stadium museum to learn about Santiago Bernabeu’s history
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What You Can Expect
Highlights include the tunnel to the changing rooms – where acclaimed players like Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo have walked – and the presidential box where many a dignitary has sat to see a game. Stroll in front of the benches where players from both home and visiting teams sit, walk around the changing rooms, and then admire the impressive array of trophies that adorn Santiago Bernabeu’s revered trophy room.
Learn about the stadium – its history, club and sponsors – from large video monitors set up near the playing field, and realize the significance of the building to the club’s loyal fans. Named after one of Real Madrid’s early coaches, Santiago Bernabeu stadium is recognized as the building that helped propel the team to the forefront of European football.
The stadium boasts a museum, so be sure to pay it a visit to browse artifacts that document the club’s history. If you want to enjoy a quick snack or drink (own expense), the stadium also has an on-site café that you can visit. Your ticket allows you to spend as much time as you wish inside the stadium during its opening hours.
This is a must for any football fan. Glad I got tickets in advance and was able to go straight to the tour window as the queue was at least 1 hour long. Bear in mind on this tour that it is a football stadium, so there are a lot of stairs and steps, so could cause a problem for the less mobile. Visit the trophy room and realise what a wonderful history this club has both in the national leagues and in the international leagues. See the dressing rooms of the team and the away team. Sit in the Managers and team seats on the edge of the pitch. You get the opportunity to sit in the VIP area. You can get some great pictures of this wonderful pitch by standing on the edge of it. Obviously you are not allowed to touch the pitch it is hallowed ground after all. I have stood on it once, when I went to see Genesis and two stands became overcrowded, so the police helped us onto the pitch. Don't try to touch it, the security will be there. See the history of the teams and all the players that have passed through the books of Real Madrid. Watch videos of the great games, including the ones of Di Stefano and Co. Have a picture at a charge taken with the Champions League Cup 'El Decimo. Another photo you may want will appear that you are standing with Ronaldo or my 34 year old daughter's favourite player Ramos. Obviously, there is a gift shop and also places to get food and drink if you wish. Good two hours to complete the tour and worth every penny. This was my local team for 15 years as I lived ten minutes away. However, as what always happens, we take our surroundings for granted and I never did the tour, even though I went to many games. The price charge by yourselves was very good and as I say saved at least one hour in the day. A must for any Real Madrid fan or football fan. 'Thank you 'Hala Madrid'