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As a football fan I have always wanted to attend a Real Madrid game, as this was not possible I managed to do the next best thing and took the stadium tour. I have also been on the Barcelona tour but found this one slightly...More
As a Liverpool supported first but a football fan in general I was keen to visit. Well worth it! Trophy room is truly breathtaking! Easy to forget the global stars that have adorned the white shirt. I would recommend it to any football fan.
First time I have visited the stadium which is extremely impressive. Atmosphere was electric but only whe Real scored. The rest of the time it was quiet, in fact my team's supporters, Middlesbrough FC make more noise at the Riverside Stadium.
Never the less the...More
We did a self guided tour took about 2hrs. It started from the top and then we went to see vip seats, locker rooms, football field and we could even sit in the place where they give press conferences. Even if you are not a...More
We wanted to visit the Stadio Santiago Bernabeu as we are a family of football fanatics. The hop on hop off bus stopped directly facing. We didn’t pay for the stadium tour but €5 takes you into the cafe overlooking the pitch and includes a...More
Whilst there is a lot of walking involved in this tour, cleverly the tour starts at the top of one stand, reached mainly by escalators. The stadium tour is interesting, with lots of history and trophies on display, with video wall insights into the modern...More
I agree with many of the respondents, no need for audio tour unless you really want to. We just wandered around at our own pace as there is plenty of information in english. The only frustrating parts are where the... More
I agree with many of the respondents, no need for audio tour unless you really want to. We just wandered around at our own pace as there is plenty of information in english. The only frustrating parts are where the commercial photographers try to take posed photos and sell them to you later. This holds up the queue and there are a couple of places during the tour where this happens and the staff don't seem to understand if you are not interested.