If meeting Santiago Bernabéu the first time I was in Madrid was exciting, having the opportunity to go for the second time was wonderful.
The Real Madrid temple really thrills for its gigantism.
This time the visit was special because it was made in the company of friends.
@aguilera13 (Backpacker Diary Blog), Me, @Cel_Ss (No Baggage Blog) and @CinRodrigues
I’ve already written a post about Santiago Bernabéu: Santiago Bernabéu – Real Madrid and in it I tell about the tour of the football stadium and what we can see there.
I’m writing this post now as a way to share with you our fun late afternoon at Real Madrid stadium.
Save the tricolor from São Paulo!
Me and @aguilera13 (Hitchhiker’s Daily Blog)
The visit was made with a group of friends, who like me, like football. For my happiness, we São Paulo were in the majority and I was proud to see the Tricolor Paulista flag representing in Madrid!
Many titles to tell the story
Current team represented by the players’ shoes
The highlight was being able to walk around the stadium’s facilities such as the changing rooms, press room and bench and feel a little part of the team.
Regarding the tour I did in 2010, nothing has changed. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the club’s history, starting with basketball until reaching the powerful football team and its important titles. The visit takes place in this sequence:
Bank of players and coach
Brazilian stars like Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos and Kaká continue to have their prominent place.
At the press conference!
Part of the stadium facade
How to get there: The best option is the subway. Get off at the Santiago Bernabéu station.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Sundays and holidays: 10:30 am to 6:30 pm
How much does it cost: 16 euros (price paid in February 2012)
Raul, Zidane, Ronaldo and Cristiano Ronaldo: the best in the world
We drool over all the trophies to the best players in the world!
Whether you like football or not, visiting the Real Madrid field is a must for anyone in the city!