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The Santiago Bernabeu stadium is one of the most spectacular and largest in Europe. Listed as a “Stage 5 Stars”, the field of Real Madrid has a capacity for 80,000 spectators and has hosted over its history events such as the final of Euro 1964, World Cup 1982 and also several finals of the Champions League (most recently last May 2010.)
Real Madrid’s stadium is in the Paseo de la Castellana in the Chamartin district (Madrid) and is well connected. In front of it is a subway stop also called Santiago Bernabéu (line 10). Also there are many bus stops next to the stadium (14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 and 150) and if you want to reach it by car, it is easily accessible through the Paseo de la Castellana.
From the airport to the stadium is just over 12 km. By car, the journey takes about 15 minutes and normally is done via the Avenida de America. If you go by metro, all terminals at Barajas are on Line 8, so you must take this line, then stop at “Nuevos Ministerios” and transfer to line 10, which goes directly to the Real Madrid stadium. And if you’re in Atocha station and you want to go by metro, you should take Line 1 until “Tribunal”, and change there to line 10, which goes to the Bernabéu stadium.
Once in the stadium, you can do many more activities apart from just watching the game. The Santiago Bernabéu has a big “Adidas” official shop and offers a guided tour around the stadium (Tour Bernabéu).
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