Santiago Bernabeu Complete Tour
Did you know that the Santiago Bernabeu tour and museum visit make the top 5 most visited places in Madrid? In fact, Santiago Bernabeu is the number 3 most visited place in Madrid following the museums El Prado and Reina Sofia. About 1 million people visit this stadium every year. Santiago Bernabeu receives the most visits by schools around Spain and Europe followed by organised tours from various countries.
The good news is that you can avoid long queues when you visit. There are paperless, priority entrances ¨tickets¨ to visit the headquarters of Real Madrid Club de Fútbol.So what will you get with a visit priority entrance pass to tour the Santiago Bernabeu stadium:
- As we mentioned earlier, you do not need to print your ticket, you can scan it from your mobile phone in one of the entrance turnstiles.
- Extended opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Sundays and public holidays from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.(The Stadium will be closed on 25 December and 1 January)
- The tour lasts approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
- The entrance includes audioguide.
- Access the stadium through Tower B.
- Free admission for children under 5 years of age.
- The route is partly accessible with a wheelchair. Users with wheelchairs will not be able to complete the complete Tour. However, Bernabeu offers a free pass that includes the Museum visit and technical areas to all users of wheelchairs. On match days, tours are available up to 5 hours before the start of the game. After that time, and until 3 hours before the kick-off, it will only be possible to visit the “Best History Club” room, the Trophy Exhibition room and the panoramic view of the Stadium.
Fun facts about Santiago Bernabeu stadium
- Santiago Bernabeu Stadium has hosted four European Cup finals, the 2010 Champions League final and Italy’s victory in the 1982 World Cup final.
- The Santiago Bernabéu has also been the scene of great concerts. Artists and internationally renowned groups such as The Rolling Stones, U2 or Bruce Springsteen crowded the ¨merengue¨ coliseum.
- Tha stadium was named after the former chairman of the club,Santiago Bernabeu.
- The previous name of the stadium was Nuevo Charmatin.
- The stadium also hosts four restaurants, one of which with stunning views of the football field.
- In 2007,EUFA denominated the stadium as an Elite stadium as a result of its attendace capacity and ultramodern infrastructure joining clubs like Allianz Arena, Olympiastadion of Berlin or Stade de France.
- The heating is apparently the best in the world and it can be remotely controlled along with other functionalities like elevators and the lighting.
- In spite of its accolades as a modern and technologically advanced stadium, there are plans to further modernise and advance the appeal the stadium capacity with a commercial center, hotel and a retractable roof.
In short, it has a lot of history. Walk on the pitch and explore the stadium closely. Enjoy different videos about the stadium and Real Madrid. Enter the dressing rooms of famous players like Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos. Visit the Museum of the stadium and learn about the history of the Santiago Bernabéu. Discover the cups won by Real Madrid in recent years, as their famous 11 European Cups. Grab yor priority pass now and step on the pitch where megastars like Di Stefano,Zidane and Ronaldo drove football fans wild with the ecstacy of ¨Golllll¨!!!