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Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

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Miguel Angel
Miguel Angel
November 14, 2019
Lugar de culto para los amantes del buen fútbol. Existe una visita guiada del estadio y de su sala de trofeos, lamas importante del mundo con sus 13 copas de Champions. Dispone de varios restaurantes desde los cuales puedes tomaralgo viendo el campo de juego.
Daniel
Daniel
October 17, 2019
Even though we are not Real fans, it is a place that is worth seeing 😬 better if you catch a game!
Andrea
Andrea
November 3, 2019
Visit a match of Real Madrid or do a stadium tour. In the centre of Madrid a very popular attraction.
Lily
Lily
September 23, 2019
Where the biggest football matches held
Yolanda
Yolanda
August 24, 2019
Madrid stadium and its museum. Worth a visit if you like football. Walking at 20 min from the flat
Ivan
Ivan
October 18, 2019
Estadio de fútbol de uno de los mejores clubes. Puedes hacer una visita al museo por alrededor de 20€.
Beatriz
Beatriz
December 9, 2019
es brutal dentro está todo las historias del real Madrid x algo el mejor alucinante dentro y fuera
Jo
Jo
October 4, 2019
If you like football, worth seeing!
Miguel
Miguel
June 26, 2018
Estadio del Real Madrid.

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Ubicación
1 Av. de Concha Espina
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 28036
Teléfono+34 913 98 43 00
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