Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Tickets

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Bernabéu Tour & Museum: Direct Entrance

  • Duration: 45mins
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Madrid and Soccer Tour with Optional Bernabeu Ticket

  • Duration: 2h
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Madrid Highlights Tour & Bernabéu Stadium

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Bernabéu Tour & Museum: Open Date Ticket


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Tips for visiting the Santiago Bernabéu

The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is located north of central Madrid in the Chamartin neighborhood. Real Madrid's grand old home is easily reachable by metro; you can get off at either Cuzco (a seven-minute walk) or the Santiago Bernabéu station (even closer).

The Real Madrid stadium tour includes:

  • The Real Madrid stadium tour includes an opportunity to enjoy a panoramic view of the stadium where Los Blancos go about their trophy-winning ways.

  • You'll also explore the club museum, which, as you might imagine, is full of interactive and physical evidence of Real's decades of football dominance.

  • If there are any temporary exhibitions taking place, you'll see those too – as well as the obligatory exit through the gift shop for all your aficionado needs.

The short answer is no. The long answer is also no.

Real Madrid's world-class grounds staff spend every waking moment ensuring the Bernabéu pitch is in pristine condition for the players. The last thing they want is you trampling on it with your heavy boots or pointed heels, or knee-sliding triumphantly into the corner flag.

Managed to get tickets for a game at the Santiago Bernabéu? Lucky you!

If you want to buy tickets for a stadium tour to feel like a fully-fledged Madridista, just remember that Bernabéu tours finish five hours before kick-off to make sure fans aren't tempted to hide in the first-team dressing room (and for other logistical reasons).

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Eduard Constantin ,  Belgium Belgium
03 Nov 2022
You're not a Real Madrid fan if you don't visit the museum. It was an unforgettable experience. I came from 3000 km for this and it was fabulous. ✨🙌 Hala Madrid! 🤍🤍🤍
Bernabeu Tour & Museum: Direct Entrance
Kerri,  United States United States
20 Sep 2022
Stadium is under construction, so tour consists of seeing the trophy’s and the field (also under renovation). Regardless, a very impressive structure and cool for futbol fans
Bernabeu Tour & Museum: Direct Entrance
Fernando,  United States United States
18 Sep 2022
It was okay due to they are currently doing constructions and you only allowed to tour the history of it and the field is all under construction! The tour is only 15 minutes max.
Bernabeu Tour & Museum: Direct Entrance

About: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

Real Madrid's 81,000-seat stadium has been the home of legends like Cristiano Ronaldo, Brazilian Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, Roberto Carlos, Kaka, Gareth Bale, and so many more 'Galacticos'.

It's not just huge though, it's also one of the most historic stadiums in football – it has hosted multiple European Cup finals, the 2010 Champions' League final, and Italy's 1982 World Cup Final victory.

Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Tuesday 09:30 - 19:00
Wednesday 09:30 - 19:00
Thursday 09:30 - 19:00
Friday 09:30 - 19:00
Saturday 09:30 - 19:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:30
Monday 09:30 - 19:00
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
Calle del Padre Damián, 55, 28036, Madrid
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