Home of Real Madrid
Also known as "The Bernabeu", the home of arguably the winningest club in global soccer (football) history, Real Madrid. This stadium has hosted the European Cup/Champions League final, a European Championship, and a World Cup.
A tour is available and it is highly recommended that tickets be purchased online ahead of time. On occasion, tickets will be available at the ticket office on the day of if there are any spots remaining in the tour group. The tour visits the club museum, dressing room, the pitch, press room, and the president's box. The tour is self-guided and features a multi-language mobile app to guide you along the way.
Being a very large and popular destination in Madrid, security is extremely tight. Be aware that metal detectors, body pat-down searches, and bag searches are common before entering the stadium. Bringing alcohol or anything that could be considered a "weapon" or a "projectile" that can be thrown is prohibited.
There does not appear to be an official bag policy, but as of this writing, the smaller the bag the better (purse, small backpack). Be aware your bag will be searched upon entry to the stadium.
Note: Bag and security policy listed above are for typical sporting events. Special events, concerts, and other situations may result in variation to the policy. Please check event website for any changes or variation.
Bus service is available all around the stadium. The 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 126, 147, and 150 lines all are within walking distance of the stadium. Check out EMT Madrid for schedules.
The Metro has a stop at the Santiago Bernabeu station, just steps outside of the stadium.
Taxi service is plentiful, but you may need to walk a little before or after the match to find one without sitting in heavy traffic.
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