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Would you like to walk on the grass of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium? Would you like to pass through the same Player's Tunnel along which the stars of world football have paraded? Would you like to see the European Cups that have made Real Madrid the best club of the twentieth century up close? Or even visit the dressing-rooms that have been occupied by players like Zidane, Raúl or Beckham? Your dreams could become true thanks to the Bernabéu Tour. The most emblematic areas of the Real Madrid stadium are just waiting for you!
The tour starts off with an incredible trip up one of the 8 panoramic elevators of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. You can admire how enormous the Real Madrid really stadium.
The tour continues through the 'Best Club in History' room, an extraordinary visual and interactive experience that allows all visitors to immerse themselves in the history of Real Madrid.
During this part of the Tour, you are only a few inches away from a huge display of European Cups, Intercontinental Cups, League Cups, UEFA Cups, and Super Cups and many more trophies that make up a unique collection of the world of football. Apart from all these trophies that have made Real Madrid a legendary club, you can also see some pictures of historical matches, the most mythical teams, photos of the players who were once members of the Number One team, their foot-ball shoes, etc. This is a unique gift for any football fan!
You'll have the opportunity to step on the grass of the Santiago Bernabeu playing fields and contemplate the stadium from the perspective of the players running out to the field.
The Box of Honour is the most exclusive part of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium and is reserved for team managers, officials, and special guests.
You can sit in the same place once occupied by the trainer of Real Madrid where technical decisions are made that can change the outcome of any match.
You can also go through the Player's Tunnel where the players eagerly await the moment of entering the playing field.
With a surface area of over 1000 m2, the dressing-room area includes: Recovery area, power showers, Jacuzzi, cold water tub, utilities storeroom, dressing-room for technical staff and individual, personalised lockers for each player.
The stadium Press Room has lived through many mythical moments. You can imagine yourself as one of the players or technical staff, or a sport journalists looking to find a good headline for the following day.
The tour ends at the Club Shop where you will have the opportunity to take home a great souvenir of the Bernabéu Tour.
Address: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
28036 Madrid (Spain)
Open all year round, except December 25 and January 1.
Mondays to Saturdays: 10:00:00 to 19:00:00 hours
Sundays and holidays: 10:30 to 18:30 hours
Match days: 5 hours before the match From then on and up to 3 hours before the match, some visiting areas are excluded (such as dressing-rooms or playing field).
How to get there:
Bus: 14, 27, 40, 43, 120,147 and 150
Metro: L10 Stop: Santiago Bernabeu