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The tour of bernabéu

Let me tell you about my experience taking a tour of the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. It is, without a doubt, one of the best stadiums in the world.
The views from the highest seats, as you can see in the photos, are excellent. The tour begins exactly there, above everything, where you can take some panoramic photos before heading down to the museum. There, you get audioguides that explain the history of the Real Madrid team from its founding to the present day. You can see the original shirts, the membership cards of celebrities, and an interminable collection of trophies. Among these, of course, you’ll find the Champions League trophies, which have a special multimedia presentation.
After, we continued our descent down the bleachers until we finally arrived at the field and the benches, both of which make a great photo opportunity. Later, we headed up the tunnel where the players come out and entered into the locker room. Afterwards, we headed to the press room, where you can get a photo like one of the players you see on TV. Finally, we arrived at the stadium’s shop where you can get everything from official Real Madrid suits to golf balls emblazoned with the RM logo. If you’re a Real Madrid fan, don’t forget to bring a lot of cash because I’m sure you’ll want to get a souvenir and it isn’t cheap.
The entry costs five euros. The nighttime photo that you can see is the view from the stadium’s bar that we visited at night. The bar has a five euro cover and it isn’t cheap once you’re inside. But, if you’re a die-hard fan, it’s a good place to have a drink and enjoy the views of the stadium.
Juan Manuel Sole
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A sacred icon

There are icons football supporters cannot resist, and the stadium of each team is sacred to its supporters.

So that for a "madridista" (Real Madrid supporter), seeing the inside of the Santiago Bernabéu is something you have to do at least once in your life; or this is what the hundreds of people who queued that day might have thought.

More than an hour and a half, in the rain and the cold, in order to... be able to sit where those millionaire stars do, see the jacuzzi where those football players relax their muscles, being just at the level of the field, look at the empty grades and imagine how it would be with the clamor of the supporters.

After seeing the interior, the visit ends in the Museum where you can live the past glories and dream of future conquests. For those accompanying they can still be the reporters of the experience.
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The real madrid stadium

The Santiago Bernabéu is situated right on the Paseo de la Castellana, in Azca, in the Chamartín District, which is why it used to be called Chamartín Stadium.

It was inaugurated 60 years ago approximately and it is now considered elite stadium by the UEFA, housing all types of competitions related to the world of football. It has four circular towers located in the corners used to connect the different interior areas the best way possible.

Also, in one of the wings, you can find an official store of the Real Madrid, if you are interested in buying something of your idols or to give a present to a loved one. It has a capacity of more than 80,000 people, which makes it one of biggest stadiums in the world. It is not entirely covered but, with Florentino Pérez as a President, they plan to a put a retractable roof that would entirely cover the stadium.

I could tell a thousand things about this stadium but it is something you have to see for yourself, because you can't put it into words, for its greatness, and for everything that happened inside throughout years. My girlfriend is a Barcelona supporter and the stadium impressed even her, but I will not despise the Nou Camp (Barcelona's stadium) because each one has its own style.
See Carol La Roca's photos
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Mind-blowing experience

: Ok, so we’re Real Madrid fanatics, so for us, this was mind-blowing. It’s a MUST for any football or sports history fan. It’s an absolute temple to Real Madrid. The tour is worth taking in order to see the museum and trophy collection, take a walk on the field, enter the locker room, and, of course, takes millions of photos. And, although it goes without saying, actually going to a game is even better. We had the opportunity to go to a Champions League match and it was incredible. The atmosphere couldn’t be better, although tickets were quite pricey. If you get the chance, we´d suggest getting seats on the “first floor”, not the ground level, but the one just above it. That’s where you have the best views. I know that closer seems better but, trust us, if you’re right at the edge of the field you’ll miss more than you think. Also, don’t miss the store at the end of the tour (it’s outside the stadium). It has everything Real Madrid fanatic needs. Absolutely everything!
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The cathedral of the

My dad had always been a "madridista" (Real Madrid supporter), but apart from making him cry when I gave him the membership of the Real Madrid for his birthday, he was also moved when he saw the pictures I brought of the impressive cement building I had in front of me the first time I saw it. Because one thing is to tell it, seeing it for real is something else.

For those who are "madridistas" it is THE cathedral. Every time I go to Madrid I visit it, because they change the trophy room and the tour and it gets better each time. Even if you are not a Real Madrid supporter, I think you have to take the opportunity to look at the grass from close by, the changing rooms, admire the grades from four or five different points and imagine it full of people.

The tip is to go early. The tour is well indicated and you can take as many pictures as you want, since you go at your own pace on the route. You can sit down on those armchairs of the benches and take a picture in the press room as if you were a player because even the security ask you if you want one.

I would not recommend going on match days, because the opening hours are reduced.
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Real madrid!

Real Madrid!
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