This page explains how to get yourself on the Real Madrid tour. You will find out how and where to buy tickets for the tour, and an explanation of what you will see, to help you decide in advance if the tour is something that you would like to do. The real Madrid tour is a must-do for all Real Madrid fans, as you get to go behind the scenes of the stadium.
The tour takes you around the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, and you get to see parts that you could only have imagined before. It's hard to imagine the enormous size of the stadium without visiting, and for that reason alone I am sure even those of you who aren't die-hard fans, will still appreciate the chance to have a nosey around.
It's easy. Metro: Santiago Bernabéu (Dark Blue Line, L10)
Entry to the Real Madrid tour with Madrid Card: free
How to get hold of the Madrid discount tourist Card
You can complete the tour without a guide. Just turn up at the stadium between the following hours.
Opening hours: Monday - Saturday: 10:00 - 19:00; Sunday and Public Holiday: 10:30 - 18:30
(except match days)
You can buy your ticket from box office number 10. The box offices are situated on the outside of the stadium and are clearly marked.
There are different prices for the tour, depending on whether or not you are a member or a fanclub card holder (Madridista).
Select 'Prices' to view price information. On this page you can also see a plan of the route that the tour takes around the stadium.
If you choose to do the tour without a guide, you will be given a guidebook in English and Spanish, and all you have to do is follow the yellow arrows.
If you would like to book a guide you must contact the stadium in advance. For more information call on the following number.
Tel: +34 91 398 4370
Group tours must be comprised of at least 20 people.
You will pass by the Presidential box, which has the best view of the pitch, and then into the changing rooms. After this, you can follow in the Real Madrid players footsteps and walk down the players tunnel, out onto the edge of the pitch. The tour then takes you around the edge of the pitch, where I guarantee you will feel like an ant. After this, you enter the trophy museum, which is a dazzling display of the hundreds of cups that Real Madrid have ever won.
Remember to bring your camera, as you will get to go behind the scenes, as well as up in the lifts to see some stunning panoramic views.