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Never been on a stadium tour and have no interest in soccer but my 9yr old son thought it was amazing and it was impressive. No point in buying ticket online though as I still had to queue up at entrance to swap voucher for a ticket. The line wasn't bad at 11am but was really long coming out at 1.30pm.
Really liked the fact that you could go at your own pace and not as part of a group. Well worth a visit!
I thoroughly enjoyed visiting the Bernabeu. I had not appreciated how much silverware Real Madrid had won. It was very interesting.
Wow great timing as Real Madrid had just won the European Cup so was great to see this + all their other awards. I liked the fact that you could go at your own pace and weren't rushed through the many areas available to us. I would give yourself a couple of hours to get the full experience a great afternoon trip.
As a non football fan I was sceptical about taking the tour but have to say I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. My husband and I had a great time exploring the stadium. We felt we had very good access to all of the major parts of the stadium and enjoyed studying the history of the club and looking at the trophies. The large video screens and sound system helped build up the atmosphere. We were not rushed and were able to linger at those areas which particularly interested us.
As Madrid fans from England, this was bound to be special. First time to the ground, ahead of actually attending the game vs Almeria the following evening, it was a glorious tour on a glorious day. We'd been in B*******a earlier in the week and done the very corporate and clean Camp Nou on a tour ... which was good (though only 4 European cups/champions leagues vs 9 for RM), but all a bit sanitised. You see a LOT more at the Santiago Bernabeu - more time in more of the ground, better display of trophies (well, there are rather more of them), more time in more places, home and away dressing rooms, and actually sitting in the managers' and coaches' and subs' seats in the dugouts. Fabulous trip, whetted the appetite for the Saturday night routine drubbing on Almeria 4-0 (like a cat playing with a mouse), and a great preparation for the Copa del Rey victory midweek. Hala, Hala, Hala Madrid!
Thanks, Viator. Very simple to book, print-out easily exchanged at the ground. Top tour.