Real Madrid was the first Spanish team to number their players. Wonder what they would think of the strange number combinations they have today? Real Madrid is not the only Real Madrid! There's a Real Madrid in South Africa. They are a semi-professional outfit and were renamed Real Madrid South Africa as their president was a big fan!
Talk about a large fan base! It's reckoned that Real Madrid has a fan base of more than 228 million supporters! No wonder they have the upgrade the stadium.
To reach the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, Spain, there are various transportation options depending on your location and preference. Madrid's well-connected public transportation system offers easy access to the stadium via the Santiago Bernabeu metro station (Line 10) or nearby bus stops (lines 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147, 150). For those who prefer to drive, the M-30 highway provides direct access to the stadium, although parking can be limited and costly during events. Taxis and ride-sharing services are also available but may face heavy traffic around the stadium, especially during game days. Planning ahead and allowing sufficient time for transit is recommended to avoid potential delays.
The stadium opens from 9:30 am to 7 pm from Monday to Saturday. On Sundays and other official holidays, it is open from 10 am to 6 pm.
To ensure the safety of all visitors, Santiago Bernabeu stadium has restrictions on bringing some items to the stadium. Items such as weapons, flammables, weapons, glass bottles, cans, etc. are prohibited. Visitors are also not allowed to bring large suitcases and tripods.
Santiago Bernabeu stadium is the home stadium of Real Madrid with a seating capacity of over 81,044 people.
Selecting the best ticket for the Santiago Bernabeu stadium majorly depends on your personal preferences and needs. Consider buying a combo ticket that combines Madrid hop-on hop-off tour with an entrance ticket for the stadium. Madrid hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour will cover all major attractions of Madrid namely Museo del Prado, Puerta de Alcalá, Barrio de Salamanca, Plaza de Colón, Plaza de Cibeles, Gran Via, Plaza de España, Templo de Debod
Teatro Real, Palacio Real, Catedral Almudena, Plaza Neptuno, Plaza de Cibeles, Plaza de Colón, Museo Esculturas, Museo de Ciencias Naturales, and Nuevos Ministerios.
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