Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
Santiago Bernabéu has been Real Madrid’s home stadium since 1947. With a seating capacity of 81,044, it is one of the world’s most famous football stadiums and has hosted many international matches such as the European Cup / UEFA Champions League, the 1964 European Nations Cup and even the 1982 final of the FIFA World Cup. Santiago Bernabéu is also the first ever European stadium to host both the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA Champions League.
Skip the Line at the Real Madrid Museum
Should your tour group include more than 20 guests, an expert football guide will meet you at the entrance to the stadium and lead you through the entire tour while engaging you with interesting facts and information about Santiago Bernabeu. Begin your tour of Real Madrid’s home ground with a visit to the Real Madrid Museum. Relive the club’s glorious moments from the past at the trophy room as you learn about the history of this famous stadium. Move on to the dressing room, where the players prep before any matches on their home ground.
Time for the Pitch and the Gourmet Lunch!
After a tour of the museum, you will be led on to the football pitch itself. Step into the shoes of Ronaldo, Bale or Ramos as you take a tour of the field where your favorite players practice the beautiful game all year round! After exploring the stadium to your heart’s content, settle down for a delicious gourmet meal at Real Café Bernabéu, which offers you brilliant views of the stadium in its entirety.