Real Madrid is one of the three great Madrid teams in the Professional Football League, alongside Atlético de Madrid and Rayo Vallecano. The club’s track record includes an array of European and international titles. The stadium is open 363 days a year so that football fans and sports enthusiasts can visit the historic facilities, and it is one of the capital’s busiest tourist attractions.
Named after the club’s legendary president who headed Real Madrid between 1943 and 1978, the Santiago Bernabéu stadium was opened in 1947. It has a capacity for 81,044, 245 VIP boxes and four restaurants (La Esquina, Puerta 57, Real Café Bernabéu and Zen Market, all of them closed during matches).
The Bernabéu Tour takes visitors around the club’s most iconic spots and shows them the stadium the way the authorities see it, from the Presidential Balcony; from the players' perspective, from the pitch itself, and from the coach’s viewpoint, sitting in the heated ergonomic seats in the bench area. The tour route includes the players’ dressing rooms where few can resist having their photo taken next to their favourite player’s locker.
The Bernabéu Tour explores the history of Real Madrid in the Trophies Exhibition, which houses the club’s trophy collection plus thousands of items that are part of its heritage, including shirts, balls, photographs and documents. In addition to the huge exhibition of paraphernalia, there are interactive screens showing fascinating audio-visual content like the ones in "The Best Club in History" room and in the "Sensaciones del Real Madrid" room, an exciting way of bringing the team’s history alive.
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