Our first stop in Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Tour, the place where we wanted to visit when we were planning our itinerary. This is one of the must visit place, even though you are not a hard core soccer fan. You can get to look into the history room and behind the scene of the stadium.
The home ground for Real Madrid football club, where you have the opportunity to walk around the stadium, from the tunnel, to the dressing room, pitch and president box.
As of now, the stadium has a capacity of 85,454 spectators. There will be a refurbishment the roof of the stadium which will take place this year till 2020.
Av. de Concha Espina, 1, 28036 Madrid, Spain
How to get there?
We took Bus 27 because the bus stop is near to our apartment.
Other bus services:
14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 126, 147 and 150
Alight at Santiago Bernabéu station L10
Child ( Age 5-14 )
**Must be accompanied by an adult**
Where to buy?
Ticket counter beside Gate 7 (Paseo de la Castellana, the entrance to Tower B).
**Do not need to print the ticket, scan mobile e-ticket in one of the entrance turnstiles.
For more information, visit here.
What to see?
Going up the flights of stairs before we get to the Observatory deck
Panoramic view of the Stadium
The full view of the soccer field from the top:
Best Club in History Room
It was a great tour. Please take note the match ticket is not cheap, but I guess for soccer fans, you would not want to give the match a miss if you are in Madrid. There are more to see in the stadium, therefore, do head down to see and feel it for yourself.