Santiago Bernebeu Stadium
The football team of Real Madrid is like a religion for some with the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium the cathedral where they ply their trade.The amazing 85,000 capacity Bernebeu stadium is a fitting monument to the glories of Real Madrid, who have won the European Cup a record nine times and La Liga on an unparalleled 32 occasions.
Tourists wishing to visit the sporting cauldron of the Santiago Berebeu Stadium should stay at centrally located Madrid property. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado sits at the very centre of the city's cultural heart, offering 54 stunningly styled rooms by top Spanish designers Sandra Tarruella and Isabel Lopez.
Visiting the Bernebeu Stadium
Work began on the Santiago Bernebeu Stadium in 1944 with Real Madrid playing their first game on its hallowed turf three years later.
People can tour the Bernebeu stadium, climbing the main stand of the stadium as well as the Presidential Box. Football fans will then be able to walk around the pitchside area as well as getting to glimpse inside the player changing rooms and trophy exhibition.
Visitors wishing to attend a game at the Bernebeu stadium during the season will be able to choose from its four levels of seating in its all-encompassing stands which stretch 45 metres into the sunburst Spanish sky.
Staying in Madrid
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado is centrally located which allows guests to enjoy any of the Bernebeu stadium's sporting events. Guests will also be able to visit Madrid's other main attractions such as the evocative Museo Sorolla and beautiful Parque del Buen Retiro, before retiring to the on-site Cask Restaurant for some Spanish culinary delicacies.