Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Our guided tour will take you and see the stadium inside, starting with a panoramic view from the top and then exploring its modern facilities, to finally enjoy the exhibition of Real Madrid trophies, as well as the official shop of Real Madrid on the way out.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Due to the works that are currently taking place in the stadium, some parts are closed to the visit, including: the Presidential box, the pitch, the benches and technical area, the locker rooms, the press room

Length of the tour: 1 hour 30 min.

The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium was inaugurated on December 14, 1947. It is owned by Real Madrid football club, and its capacity is 85,454 spectators. In 2007, the stadium was named elite stadium (now known as category 4) by UEFA.

Thanks to the Santiago Bernabeu tour, football fans can enjoy all corners of the stadium and see the trophies won over the years by Real Madrid. And on the way out, they can visit the official shop of Real Madrid.


Santigo Bernabeu stadium opening hours:

Days when there is no match:
Monday to Saturday: 09:30 to 19:00
Sundays and holidays: from 10:00 to 18:30

Match days: Tour open until 5 hours before kickoff, changing rooms closed sice the day before at 13:00.
From then on and up to 4 hours before the game, visitors can only visit the rooms "Best Club in History" and "Sensations", the panoramic view of the stadium from the west side viewpoint, and the shop.

Open every day except December 25 and January 1

 

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Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Our guided tour will take you and see the stadium inside, starting with a panoramic view from the top and then exploring its modern facilities, to finally enjoy the exhibition of Real Madrid trophies, as well as the official shop of Real Madrid on the way out.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Due to the works that are currently taking place in the stadium, some parts are closed to the visit, including: the Presidential box, the pitch, the benches and technical area, the locker rooms, the press room

Length of the tour: 1 hour 30 min.

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