The vibrant city of Madrid is home to a variety of rich cultural landmarks and experiences. One such that ticks all the boxes is the legendary Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Home to Real Madrid FC, one of the most successful football clubs in history, the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium has seen the likes of Zidane, Ronaldo, Benzema, Ramos and many more score several spectacular goals amidst a throng of unwavering fans.
The next time you’re looking to get your fill of football and breathe in the excitement first-hand, head out for a Santiago Bernabeu tour and get to shop for official player merchandise here. Book your Santiago Bernabeu tour to be a part of the club’s rich history.
Here’s what you need to know before a tour:
Owing to its immense popularity around the world, you can almost always expect long waiting lines at the ticket counters and entrance at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. The best way to avoid the crowds and get direct entry is by booking timed entry tickets that allow you to get direct access to the site.
With regular tickets, you have to specifically select your preferred time slot to visit the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. However, enjoy the flexibility of visiting as per your convenience and timing with anytime-entry tours. During operational hours, simply display your ticket and walk in, without booking a slot beforehand.
Adults above the age of 15 pay full price for a Santiago Bernabeu tour, but visitors between the age of 5-14 years enjoy reduced pricing on their ticket.
Since 1947, Real Madrid FC, one of the greatest football clubs in the world, has made the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium their home ground. The stadium is fierce and intimidating with loyal fans that set up an exhilarating environment during home games. The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium has a seating capacity of over 80,000 visitors! This makes it one of the largest in Europe and is in the works of redevelopment to upgrade the experience in the stadium. On account of the construction work, the tour currently takes a special route, covering the unique additions and special areas of the stadium. If you’re planning a Santiago Bernabeu tour, read on to know about the stadium’s key sections to visit.
Known to the fans as the ‘Kings of Europe’ room, this space is dedicated to all the silverware accumulated by the club. Real Madrid FC has won a grand total of 26 trophies – out of which 13 are UEFA Champions League titles. You can also discover player jerseys, photographs, footballs, and more here.
During a Santiago Bernabeu tour, you’ll have the exclusive opportunity to visit the Presidential Box, which has arguably one of the best views of the pitch and a panoramic view of the stadium. This space is generally reserved for dignitaries and VIPs during live matches.
Enjoy the unique audio-visual show and get first-hand insight into the stadium's history and find out how the upgraded 21st century model of Santiago Bernabeu Stadium would look like with new towers and upgraded pitch, along with other additions.
Feel what it is like to be a part of the historic moments in the stadium and the historic club by buying official kits, jerseys, accessories, merchandise, and several other souvenirs, and make your tour all the more memorable by having official items to remember it by.
The Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is open every day of the week. From Monday to Saturday- 09:30 AM to 07:00 PM, and on Sundays and other holidays- 10:00 AM to 06:30 PM. The ticket office will be closed between 02:30 PM to 03:30 PM.
It will follow special timings on November 6th, Saturday - 09:30 AM to 4:00 PM; November 28th, Sunday - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM; and December 7th, Tuesday - 09:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
It is closed on 25 December and 1 January.
The absolute best time to visit the Santiago Bernabeu stadium is during a live match, to experience the electric atmosphere. This would be during football season, from August to May. Apart from this, you can plan your visit during the weekdays to enjoy smaller crowds.
To cover all the important sections of the stadium, you can expect to spend around 1-1.5 hours here.
Yes. Simply get off at the Santiago Bernabeu L10 station and walk for 2-3 minutes to get to the stadium.
Yes. You can take buses 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 126, 147 y and 150 to get to the stadium.
You can park in the public spaces around the stadium if you plan to drive down.
Yes. However, not all parts of the stadium are wheelchair accessible. For this, an alternative tour will be made available on registration.
Yes, you can dine at the in-house restaurant at the stadium, or choose from the several options around as well.
No, storage facility is not available. Please avoid carrying large bags to the stadium
Yes. Guests are permitted to take photographs throughout their tour.
Guided tours of the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium are temporarily unavailable. We will update this information as soon as they are.
A. Yes, the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium has opened its doors to visitors amidst strict safety measures in place.
A. To ensure public safety and limited visitor capacity, the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium now accepts online reservations of tours. Moreover, masks are mandatory and temperature checks will be carried out at the entrance. Hand sanitizer dispensers are also available for public use.
A. Yes, Guests can book their Santiago Bernabeu tours online now.
A. Guests can enjoy direct access to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and Real Madrid FC museum, with the chance to choose between a Classic Tour or a Plus Tour.
You cannot cancel, amend or get a refund on your confirmed booking of Santiago Bernabeu tours.
A. Yes, your tickets include direct access, allowing you to bypass the long waiting lines and get direct entry.
A. From Monday to Saturday, it is open between 09:30 AM to 07:00 PM, and on Sundays and other holidays, between 10:00 AM to 06:30 PM. The ticket office will be closed between 02:30 PM to 03:30 PM.
A. The best way to get to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is by using public transport. If you take the metro/train, alight at the Santiago Bernabeu L10 stop, or take buses 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 126, 147, or 150 to get to the stadium.