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Mestalla Stadium: Guided Visit

  • Duration: 1h
  • Live guide in English, Spanish
  • One-hour guided tour of Mestalla Stadium with an English and Spanish-speaking guide
  • Visit the press room, the players' dressing room, the tunnel, and the VIP Box
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About: Mestalla Stadium

Mestalla Stadium is one of the oldest football grounds in Spain. Built in 1923, it's the famous home of La Liga side Valencia CF. Guided tours are available throughout the year, and include a museum visit, plus behind-the-scenes access to the locker rooms, and pitchside photo opportunities.

Mestalla Stadium
Av. de Suècia, s/n, 46010, València
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