1-Day Madrid City Tour & Santiago Bernabeu Stadium Tour

  • Tour code: 100-3655
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Madrid, Spain
  • Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
From USD$58.73

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Highlights:

Visit Madrid (Santiago Bernabeu Stadium). Drive pass Gran Via, Plaza Espana, the University of Madrid, Moncloa, Calle Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Puerta de Alcala, Las Ventas, Columbus Square, Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza Castilla, and the Fountain of Cibeles.

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Adult:$58.73
Child:$38
Infant:Free
Senior:$55.27
  • Children less than 6 years old travel for free (maximum one child per adult).

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Madrid
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Day 1 Madrid

Guests will be picked up in Madrid at 9:00am.The first segment of this tour will be sightseeing across the city by bus. We will drive past many of Madrid's most iconic sites, like the Gran Via, the Plaza Espana, the University of Madrid, Moncloa, Calle Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Puerta de Alcala, Las Ventas, Columbus Square, Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza Castilla, and the Fountain of Cibeles. After the sightseeing tour, we will visit the Santiago Bernabeu stadium, home of the legendary football club, Real Madrid, taking an incredibly in-depth tour of this massive arena. This is a can't-miss opportunity for fans of sport.

Madrid is both the capital of Spain and its largest city. A modern city with a historic architecture where you can visit the Royal Palace, Prado Museum, Bernabeu Stadium, Fountain of Cibeles and more.

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    The Gran Via, oftentimes referred to as "The Spanish Broadway," is a central avenue in Madrid with some of the finest shops in the city, not to mention one of the most active nightlife scenes of any European city.
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    This large public square in Madrid features a huge monument to Miguel de Cervantes, Spain's most widely-read writer, that hovers over bronze sculptures of Cervantes' two iconic characters, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
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    Moncloa Palace in the Ciudad Universitaria district of Madrid has served as the residence of the Spanish Prime Minister since the late 1970s.
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    The Calle Mayor is a major thoroughfare in Madrid which ties into the city's history, with many old and historic buildings lining it.
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    The Puerta del Sol is the central point of Spain's radial network of streets, with a plaque marking it as "Kilometer Zero", and one of the busiest parts of the city.
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    This monument is designed in the neo-Classical style, and stands near Madrid's city center, reminiscent of the old medieval gates to the city, although this gate stands alone.
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    Las Ventas is considered the home of bullfighting in Spain, constructed in 1929 after the sport had risen to high prominence. In addition to bullfighting, the venue also plays host to tennis matches and live concerts, such as Radiohead.
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    Columbus Square in Madrid is dedicated to the explorer Christopher Columbus, whose statue stands on a tall monument high above. The plaza features a second monument with quotes by philosophers and famous Spanish leaders and the Gardens of Discovery.
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    La Castellana is a wide avenue that cuts North-to-South through the very center of Madrid, one of the city's busiest streets, and home to some of its most famous buildings including the Puerta de Europa and the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
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    Along the Paseo de la Castellana lies the Plaza de Castilla, a large public square and convergence point for some of the Madrid's busiest streets. At its center lies the Caja Madrid Obelisk and the Puerta de Europa towers are on its north end.
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    The centerpiece of the plaza that bears the same name, the Fountain of Cibeles features a statue of an ancient Phrygian goddess sitting atop a lion-drawn chariot, who has been adopted as a symbol of the city of Madrid.
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    Home of legendary Real Madrid Club de Futbol, perhaps the most famous sports team in the world, the stadium was opened in 1947 and is the second-largest of any European soccer team, behind only arch-rivals Barcelona's Camp Nou.
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