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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.
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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.
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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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Historic great stadium

Historic great stadium
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Real madrid!

Real Madrid!
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Despite having always lived in madrid...

Despite having always lived in Madrid, is the first time I enter the Bernabeu. I draw my input and goes. To which I look at the seat I will reciprocate. I have only read ... And reread. And reread! And finally locate me. You are in: Gate D. Vomitory 529-N. Sector 629. Rank 0005 (zeros override me!) Seat 007 (that of Mr. Bond). They send us to sit. Salen players. They greet. A huge balloon shaped flag is waved by a bunch of kids in the midfield. It clears the field. Both teams are prepared and pííííííííííí. Start the game with the score 0-0. Actually for me the show has already started a while ago but I still do not fully understand the logic of the show I go to. What I have clear is that the large number of people there to door I have a lot more entertaining than the players themselves. Among these people are the photographers. They sit behind the net with goals just as long to get the proximity effect of what they do is zoom the camera physically touch the ball. The match sucked. The best time they had at the end were the ultras in the South Fund, just across Stadium. They not only allowed them to move up but also left and right time and as often as you want. They left them even make moves that reminded me that dancing Little Miss Sunshine.

A pesar de haber vivido siempre en Madrid, es la primera vez que entro en el Bernabéu. Desenfundo mi entrada y allá voy. Para lo cual me fijo en el asiento que me va a corresponder. No tengo más que leerlo... Y releerlo. ¡Y releerlo! Y por fin ubicarme. Estoy en: Puerta D. Vomitorio 529-N. Sector 629. Fila 0005 (¡tantos ceros me anulan!) Asiento 007 (el de Mr. Bond).

Nos mandan sentarnos. Salen los jugadores. Se saludan. Una enorme bandera con forma de balón es ondeada por un montón de niños en el centro del campo. Se despeja el campo. Se preparan los dos equipos y pííííííííííí. Empieza el partido con el marcador 0-0. En realidad para mí el show ha empezado ya hace un rato pero sigo sin entender del todo la lógica del espectáculo al que acudo.

Lo que tengo claro es que la gran cantidad de gente que hay a pie de pista me tiene mucho más entretenida que los jugadores en sí. Entre estas personas están los fotógrafos. Se sientan detrás de la portería con unos objetivos tan largos que más que conseguir el efecto cercanía del zoom lo que hacen es que la cámara toque físicamente la pelota.

El partido, malísimo. Los que mejor se lo han pasado al final han sido los ultras en el Fondo Sur, justo al otro lado del estadio. A ellos no solo les permitían levantarse sino también desplazarse derecha e izquierda el tiempo y las veces que quisieran. Les dejaban incluso hacer movimientos que me recordaban a aquel baile de la pequeña Miss Sunshine.
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One of the most important stages in f...

One of the most important stages in football in Europe and the world. For every fan or sports fan that respects, this tour is a must if you are visiting Madrid. The tour includes a view of the stadium from various heights and locations, the transition to the stage of honor where they are typically collected premiums by players, up to the mythical benches (which sit on emotion and how they are comfortable!), To the technical area and to trample on the legendary grass of the field. You can still visit the changing rooms where every detail is studied in detail the most luxurious (the taps in the bathrooms are gold!) And the press room where the interviews are being released at the end of each race. A good part of the tour is occupied by the trophy room where you can not only enjoy every single trophy of one of the most titled club in the world, but are also preserved objects of fans, players, managers (shoes, uniforms, balls (including gold!), old tickets and cards, etc..). Impressive is the room that has 9 cups won by the club champions. You could always find a temporary exhibition, usually dedicated to a great champion Merengues. At the end of the tour is the inevitable store where you can buy gadgets of Real Madrid and where you can get a photo with the pair of samples (although a bit 'expensive maybe .. Costa 6 euro!). The stadium can be visited every day of the year except December 25 and January 1 and when you play the game of course. Well connected with metro line 10 (stop Santiago Bernabeu) and various bus.

Uno dei più importanti palcoscenici calcistici d'Europa e del Mondo. Per ogni tifoso o appassionato di sport che si rispetti, questo tour è una tappa obbligata se si è in visita a Madrid. Il tour comprende la panoramica dello stadio da varie altezze e posizioni, il passaggio al palco d'onore dove solitamente vengono ritirati i premi dai giocatori, fino ad arrivare alle mitiche panchine (che emozione sederci su e come sono comode!), alla zona tecnica e a poter calpestare la mitica erbetta del campo. Ancora si possono visitare gli spogliatoi dove ogni particolare è curato nei dettagli più lussuosi ( i rubinetti dei bagni sono d'oro!) e la sala stampa dove vengono rilasciate le interviste ad ogni fine gara. Una buona parte del tour è occupata dalla sala dei trofei dove, non solo si può ammirare ogni minimo trofeo di uno dei club più titolati del mondo, ma sono conservati anche oggetti di tifosi, calciatori, dirigenti (scarpette, divise, palloni (compresi quelli d'oro!), vecchi abbonamenti e tessere, etc.).Impressionante è la sala che ospita le 9 coppe campioni vinte dal club. Si può trovare sempre una mostra temporanea, solitamente dedicata ad un grande campione dei merengues. Alla fine del tour si trova l'immancabile store dove potete comprare gadget del Real Madrid e dove è possibile farsi una foto ricordo con la coppia dei campioni (anche se un po' costosa forse.. Costa 6 euro!). Lo stadio può essere visitato tutti i giorni dell'anno tranne il 25 dicembre e il 1 gennaio e quando si svolgono le partita ovviamente. Ben collegato con la metro linea 10 (fermata Santiago Bernabeu) e con vari autobus.
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This stage is full of history lair vo...

This stage is full of history lair voted "greatest of the 20th Century" by FIFA club: Real Madrid. Here, the ghosts of Puskas, Di Stefano Gentile, Butragueno, Sanchis, Hugo Sanchez, and more recently Zidane or Ronaldo reign supreme and impressive as the 80,000 spectators that may contain the enclosure. A mecca for European football, witness the greatest merengue exploits. The Santiago Bernabeu in May 2010 will host the final of the prestigious Champions League. To play "his" final, Real has given itself the means to regain its luster there a few years ago with a special recruitment campaign (Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Benzema ...). Bernabeu has not finished making us dream, a priori ... The stadium tour is possible during the day (marked trail ending well of course the club shop, ode to sports marketing exacerbated) and around the museum club is a must. The opportunity to admire the crowding of club trophies and rewards of its biggest stars, including the Golden Ball obtained by Zidane in 1998.

Ce stade chargé d'histoire est l'antre du club élu "plus grand du 20ème siècle" par la FIFA : Le Real Madrid.
Ici, les fantômes de Puskas, Di Stefano, Gentile, Butragueno, Sanchis, Hugo Sanchez, et plus récemment Zidane ou Ronaldo règnent en maîtres et impressionnent autant que les 80 000 spectateurs que peut contenir l'enceinte.
Un haut lieu du football Européen, témoin des plus grands exploits merengue. Le stade Santiago Bernabeu accueillera en mai 2010 la finale de la prestigieuse Champion's League. Pour jouer "sa" finale, le Real s'est donné les moyens de retrouver son lustre d'il y a quelques années avec une campagne de recrutement extraordinaire (Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Benzema...).
Bernabeu n'a pas fini de nous faire rêver, a priori...
La visite du stade est possible en journée (parcours fléché se terminant bien evidemment par la boutique du club, ode au marketing sportif exacerbé), et le tour par le musée du club est un indispensable. L'occasion d'admirer l'entassement des trophées du club et les récompenses de ses plus grandes stars, dont le ballon d'Or obtenu par Zidane en 1998.
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Santiago bernabeu.

The Bernaveu Santiago is the home of Real Madrid, but do not be a follower of Madrid, if you like football or sports history is a place you should certainly attend. It is the temple of Madridismo come true. It's worth the tour to see the museum, all the trophies, enter the field, down to the benches where the players sit, entering the locker room and of course make a million photos. And, of course, is even more worth attending a game. Inside has a capacity for more than 80,000 people making it one of the largest stadiums in the world. She is not completely covered, but with the arrival of Florentino Pérez to the presidency, want to make a phone cover that completely close the stadium. The stadium how much 4 large circular towers located on both corners used to communicate in the best way possible, the different areas that comprise within. Also on one side, we can find an official Real Madrid store if we are interested in buying something from one of our idols or to make a gift to a loved one. If you like football is a place to visit. Greetings.

Santiago bernabeu.

El Santiago Bernabeu es el estadio del Real Madrid, aunque no seas seguidor del Madrid, si te gusta el fútbol o la historia de los deportes es un lugar al que no debes dejar de asistir. Es el templo del madridismo hecho realidad. Vale la pena hacer el tour para ver el museo, todos los trofeos, entrar al campo, bajar a los banquillos donde se sientan los jugadores, entrar al vestuario y por supuesto hacer un millón de fotos. Y, por supuesto, vale aún más la pena asistir a un juego.

En su interior cuenta con una capacidad para más de 80.000 personas lo que lo hace ser uno de los estadios de mayor tamaño del mundo. No se encuentra completamente cubierto pero, con la llegada de Florentino Pérez a la presidencia, se quiere realizar una cubierta móvil que cierre por completo el estadio.

El estadio cuanta con 4 grandes torres circulares situadas en ambas esquinas que sirven para comunicar, de la mejor manera posible, las diferentes zonas con las que cuenta en su interior. También en uno de sus lados, podemos encontrarnos con una tienda oficial del Real Madrid por si nos interesa comprar algo de alguno de nuestros ídolos o para realizar un regalo a alguien querido.

Si te gusta el fútbol es un lugar para visitar.
Saludos.
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El estadio santiago bernabéu is a foo...

El Estadio Santiago Bernabéu is a football camp of Real Madrid CF. He was taken in operation December 14, 1947 and underwent many renovations: 1953, 1982, 1992, 1998 and 2003-2004. Street Address: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Avenida de Concha Espina, 1. Madrid 28036. The Santiago Bernabéu stadium is located near the Paseo de la Castellana, one of the large arteries of the capital. It is about 4.5 kms north-east of the city center of Madrid. Bus: 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 & 150 Metro: Line 10 (Station: Santiago Bernabéu) The full stadium tour costs 15 € for adults and 10 € for children under 14 years. Open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00 and on Sundays and public holidays from 10h30 to 18h30. Pay attention to the times of matches for the stadium tour is closed on days of games or watches. For more information: Http :/ /' http://www.santiagobernabeu.com/' Tel: +34 (91) 398 4300 Email: Realmadrid@club.Realmadrid.Com

El Estadio Santiago Bernabéu est le stage de football du Real Madrid CF. Il fut inanguré le 14 décembre 1947 et subit de nombreuses rénovations en : 1953, 1982, 1992, 1998 et 2003-2004.

Adresse exacte : Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Avenida de Concha Espina, 1. Madrid 28036.
Le stade Santiago Bernabéu est situé près du Paseo de la Castellana, une des plus grosses artères de la capitale. Il est à environ 4.5 kms au Nord-est du centre ville de Madrid.
Bus: Ligne 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 & 150
Métro: Ligne 10 (station Santiago Bernabéu)

La visite complète du stade coûte 15€ par adulte et 10€ pour les moins de 14 ans.
Ouvert du lundi au Samedi de 10h00 à 19h00 et le dimanche et jours fériés de 10h30 à 18h30.

Faire attention aux horaires des matchs car la visite du stade est fermé les jours ou veilles de matchs.

Pour plus d’informations : ' http://www.santiagobernabeu.com/'
Tel: +34 (91) 398 4300
Email: Realmadrid@club.Realmadrid.Com
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Field real madrid cf

It is possible to know the field of Real Madrid without being on game day. The stadium works in conjunction with the Museum, where you can visit various areas of the stadium Santiago Bernabéu. The tour begins by the highest bleachers where you have a complete view of the field. Then the middle of the stadium where are the chairs and members in the final area you stay in the same field of the Side Saddle, and you can admire the green that looks more like a carpet. Besides knowing the stadium and the field you have access to the museum where it is exposed to the model of the new stadium project as well as other areas such as the press room, the locker room, the entrance hall of the players etc. Entrance to the Stadium is open daily from 10am to 10.30am. On game day the schedule is different. To learn more, visit the blog:' http://www.aquelelugar.com.br'

Campo do real madrid c. f.

É possível conhecer o campo do Real Madri sem ser em dias de jogos. O estádio funciona juntamente com o Museu, onde se podem visitar várias áreas do estádio Santiago Bernabéu. O tour começa pelas arquibancadas mais altas de onde se tem uma visão completa do campo. Em seguida o meio do estádio onde ficam as cadeiras de sócios e na área final você fica no ladinho do campo mesmo, e pode admirar o verde que mais parece um tapete.
Além de conhecer o estádio e o campo você tem acesso ao Museu onde está exposta a maquete do projeto do novo estádio, além de outras áreas como a sala de imprensa, o vestiário, o corredor de entrada dos jogadores etc.
A entrada no Estádio funciona diariamente das 10hs às 10h30. Em dia de jogo o horário é diferenciado.

Para saber mais acesse o blog:' http://www.aquelelugar.com.br'
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Field of madrid

A stadium like the Bernabeu can be regarded from three different perspectives: from the air, from the street and from within. When viewed from the outside, the field seems an island within the city, like a big mole hiding something inside. The interior of the stadium on match days important, provides one of the most breathtaking views a show can offer, passion and color fill the stands. Just the atmosphere and justified my presence there, although I'm not a football fan.

El campo del madrid

Un estadio como el Bernabéu se puede mirar desde tres perspectivas: desde el aire, desde la calle y desde el propio interior. Cuando se mira desde el exterior, el campo parece un islote dentro de la ciudad, como una gran mole que esconde algo dentro.
El interior del estadio, en días de partido importantes, proporciona una de las visiones más impresionantes que un espectáculo puede ofrecer, pasión y colorido llenan las gradas. Sólo el ambiente ya justificó mi presencia en él, a pesar de que no soy aficionada al fútbol.
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A stage 5 stars

As a follower of Real Madrid always wanted to see inside the stadium, after hours party and was finally able to. Being in the stadium near the Castellana, in the locker by the door 10 7, you can buy tickets for the Tour. Once inside, you are or not, to stay madridista admired its verticality, the reigning silence and its long history. It is an experience that if you're not a football fan, well worth it. If further complement it with a ticket to the match day experience becomes unforgettable.

Un estadio 5 estrellas

Como seguidor del Real Madrid siempre había querido ver el estadio por dentro, fuera del horario de partido y por fin pude hacerlo.
Estando en el estadio junto a la Castellana, en la taquilla 10 junto a la puerta 7, puedes comprar la entrada para el Tour. Una vez dentro, seas o no, madridista quedaras admirado de su verticalidad, del silencio reinante y de su larga historia. Es una experiencia que aunque no seas aficionado al fútbol, merece mucho la pena. Si además la complementas con una entrada para el día de partido, la experiencia se vuelve inolvidable.
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Information about Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Phone Number
+34913984300
+34913984300
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Address
Av de Concha Espina, 1
Av de Concha Espina, 1
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Website
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