Get tickets to Real Madrid games Santiago Bernabeu stadium

Santiago Bernabeu is Real Madrid stadium.

If you are a Real Madrid fan and you want to go to Santiago Bernabéu to watch a game I will give you some advices to get tickets to Real Madrid games Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

If you have a car, do not use it to go to the stadium, it’s a complete chaos to park and most of the times the police close the streets that access to the stadium.

The easiest way to go is by subway (line 10 Santiago Bernabéu station or line 9 Concha Espina) or by bus (27, 150, 120, 14, 40, 43, 146, 149 or 147)

If you want to buy tickets, do it here, this is the official Real Madrid web, so you are sure that the tickets you bought are real.

There are a lot of spanish tipycal bars and restaurants near the stadium where you can eat and have a beer after the game. If you like luxury, soccer and Asian food, the place to go will be the ZEN Market that is inside Santiago Bernabéu stadium, you can eat and watch the game in one of the 11 private boxes, here you have the link to make a reservation.

For regular American food, you have a Friday’s restaurant in one of the corners of Santiago Bernabéu stadium.

In case you want to buy a souvenir or a Real Madrid shirt, the shop is Padre Damian street, on the side of the stadium or you can go to the online shop and buy it there. There is also an official Real Madrid discount store located at Las Rozas Village.

If you are tired of walking you can use Madrid public bicycle renting service or take a Tuk Tuk

One last thing, There is an awesome 3 stars Michelin restaurant a 5 minutes’ walk from the stadium call DiverXO, you will have all the information on this link.

How I get there from where I am, here you have the google maps link

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