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What you should know about Santiago Bernabeu

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Football fans visiting Madrid won't want to miss a trip to see the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, the impressive football stadium that is home to Spain's equally impressive Real Madrid. Built in 1947 over the site of Campo de Chamartín, the previous stadium that fans had outgrown, the arena is named for the club's then president, Santiago Bernabéu. During his 35 years as president, Bernabéu nurtured the team until it was at the top of European soccer clubs. Whether you plan to attend matches at the stadium or simply wish to tour the facility, use Hotels.com to find hotels around Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid. You'll find photos of nearby hotels on Hotels.com as well as reviews written by recent guests. Search by price or location to find the hotel that suits your needs, and then book your room directly on the site. It's an easy and reliable way to handle your accommodations in Madrid.

What's Santiago Bernabéu Like?

Tours of the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu give you an interesting glimpse of this impressive facility, from the dugouts to the trophy room. No reservations are required, and the stadium is open 7 days a week. It's also fairly easy to score tickets to Real Madrid matches by purchasing them online or through Ticketmaster. La Esquina del Bernabeu is one of the few nearby areas of shops and dining establishments. However, the stadium is conveniently located on the Paseo de la Castellana, which is one of Madrid's main avenues. A trip on the metro or a short bus ride will easily get you to the attractions in Madrid from the stadium area. If you crave nightlife, head south from the stadium toward Madrid's center. You'll be happy to find that the majority of its night scene is located in the northern sections of Madrid, which are also closest to the stadium.

How to Get Along with Locals in Santiago Bernabéu

Show love for their team, Real Madrid, and the locals will love you right back with gusto. The area around the stadium sees many fans from all over the world, so you shouldn't have much trouble finding English-speaking staff in the shops and restaurants. It will help if you understand a few words in Spanish, like "por favor" and "gracias" for "please" and "thank you," but it's not necessary. Do remember that the area surrounding the stadium is full of offices and residential buildings, so try not to be too loud or obnoxious when celebrating or coming home from the clubs.

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