Madrid: Bernabéu Stadium Tour with Direct Access Tickets
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Your adventure starts with a panoramic view of the stadium, giving you an idea of the sheer greatness of the club. As you tour the stadium, hear about the different cups won by Real during its long history. Watch videos of legendary fixtures, and see some of the kits, boots, and equipment used by the team over the years. Plus, you'll have to chance to admire the vast array of club memorabilia.
The tour is shorter then I expected and the stadium is under construction in some parts. The museum was interesting and you can have your photo taken with the Champions League trophy
The museum represents an intersection of spaces, objects and times: a place where narratives are woven together and stories told, rendering every intersection meaningful as it leads off in one direction or another, turning it into an intense experience of discovery and knowledge. This is why everything that is exhibited, in all its strangeness, all its questions, has to actually touch the visitor’s everyday reality, bringing about a genuine learning experience. The Museo Reina Sofia’s presentation of its collection posits a multi-narrative journey, which adopts a definite standpoint and not only keeps the mystery inherent in art alive, but also strengthens resistance towards the single, fixed reading. Traditional genres coexist side by side with photography, film, sound and dance. With your full-day ticket, you will have access to more than 21,000 works currently on display in the mai...
Unguided so didn’t have to wait for anyone to not show up. Easy in and enjoyed seeing Guernica.
Discover the Museum of Illusions, Madrid, and explore a mysterious world of illusions. Once inside, encounter funny and amazing tricks which aim to teach you about vision, perception, and the human brain. Every illusion is designed to surprise you, showing you that sometimes things are not always as they first seem. Enjoy this experience with your parents, your partner, your grandparents, or friends. The museum is a unique place filled with incredible attractions, where madness and fun are guaranteed. Make sure your phone is fully charged, and take photos which will blow your friends' minds back home.
Make sure to buy your tickets online before going there. They do not allow walk-ins. Take your time with each exhibit. There is often more than meets in the eye.
Take some time getting to know Madrid while riding through the city aboard an open-top double-decker bus. With one ticket, you will be able to hop on and off the bus all day along the route of your choice, or change to another, admiring the architectural and cultural magnificence of Madrid. Commentary is available via a headphones audio system in 14 different languages (Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Catalonian, Euskera, and Galician). Route 1 • Museo del Prado • Puerta de Alcalá • Barrio de Salamanca • Plaza de Colón • Plaza de Cibeles • Gran Vía, 14 • Gran Vía, 30 • Gran Vía, 54 • Plaza de España • Princesa esq. Alberto Aguilera • Plaza de la Moncloa • Teleférico • Templo de Debod • Puerta de San Vicente • Puente de Segovia • Puento de Toledo • Teatro Real • Palacio Real • Puerta de Toledo • San Franc...
You can travel around the city, see the sights and get on and off as many times you want too.
The Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza has offered visitors a unique survey of the history of art from the 13th to the late 20th centuries. Dürer, Raphael, Titian, Rubens, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Manet, Renoir, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Kandinsky, Picasso, Hopper and Rothko are among the great masters of painting whose works fascinate and delight visitors. As if turning the pages of a book, all the principal movements of art present themselves in succession and all are represented through works of breathtaking quality. Among the collection of almost 1,000 works on display, visitors can pause in the Renaissance, linger in the Baroque, discover Expressionism or enter the world of the 20th-century avant-garde movements. The history of western art unfolds before our eyes in the galleries of the Palacio de Villahermosa, which was specifically remodelled by Rafael Moneo to house the Thyssen-B...
This museum is a must for art lovers. It houses wonderful collections of Flemish and Italian art, has a wonderful shop and well stocked cafeteria. There is a temporary exhibit with works by Georgia O'Keefe that you cannot miss if you are in Madrid. A splendid experience!
Explore the Royal Palace of Madrid (Palacio Real de Madrid) with a professional guide, and discover the former official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. Also known as the "Palacio de Oriente" due to its close proximity to Plaza de Oriente on the east side of the palace, today the building is used exclusively for receptions, ceremonies and official events. The Palace has an extensive collection of upholstery, porcelain, antique clocks, armor and works of art including paintings by Goya and Velázquez. You can also stroll through some of the private rooms where royalty lived, the throne room and the royal dining rooms, as well as the mirror room of Charles IV's reign. Admire the rich ornamentations of official rooms, each one revealing its own personality. Visiting the Royal Throne room, the Gala Dinner room and the Royal Chapel.
The guide was so good. She explained everything very well and she was so nice. The tour was amazing and the palace is wonderful.
The comfortable touristic bus will pick you up in the center of Madrid. During the bus trip to Toledo, a travel assistant will share some of the most relevant and interesting facts about the city. Receive a city map with the main tourist attractions then enjoy a short documentary and discover Toled's wonders, a city declared as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO in 1986. Once you arrive at Toledo, enjoy a magnificent panoramic tour. The bus will stop in a couple of points for you to photograph the most impressive views of the city. The guide will take you to the main square of Zocodover. Then, you have free time to explore Toledo. We recommend visiting Toledo's Cathedral, the second richest Catholic building in the world after St. Peter´s Cathedral in Rome. Admire the Alcazar, an impressive fortress and El Greco's most famous painting, Count Orgaz´s Burial. Explore the Jewish Quart...
We really enjoyed our tour in Toledo with our guide (Alec I think). He was friendly, super prepared, and showed us the best spots to visit. I only suggest that the tour company gives tourists audio guides to hear the guide better.
Visit the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial and travel through the history of Spain to the reign of Philip II. Admire this Renaissance marvel and learn from your local guide the ideological and cultural aspirations of the Spanish Golden Age. Discover the interior of this imposing building built in the 16th century. Explore the basilica, the Battle Hall, the pantheon, the palatial rooms, and other essential places of the monument. Also, visit the famous library of the Royal Monastery whose volumes were collected by Philip II to expand his humanistic knowledge. After two hours of unveiling the mysteries of this grill-shaped monastery, finish the guided tour next to the entrance.
Discover the attractions of Toledo at your own pace on an 8-hour semi-guided tour from Madrid. On arrival get a “Tourist Bracelet” that provides privileged access to many of the city’s major sites, which you are free to explore at your own pace. Depart Madrid on an escorted transfer to Toledo. Upon arrival, see the sights that interest you the most. Your “Tourist Bracelet” gets you inside the Jesuit Church, Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, and Mosque of Cristo de la Luz. Learn more about the happy existence of the three religions at each and every one. Wander the narrow streets to the Mudejar-style Santo Tomé Church. Go inside to see the monumental painting of the “Burial of Corde Orgaz” by El Greco. Enter the Church of San Salvador and Synagogue of Santa Maria la Blanca, and explore the artistic heritage of the “City of Three Cultures,” named for the peaceful co-existence of Christ...
There was a lot to see I this full day tour and it was well worth it. Guide spoke English well
Discover the "Atleti Territory", one of the most modern stadiums in the world. Discover the long history of the club, as well as the signature values that identify "los atléticos". You will be immersed in Atlético’s history, which is deeply rooted in Madrid but with a great following from fans all around the world. You will also understand how all the team's successes are based on their values of humility, teamwork and sacrifice. This is a unique space in which many historical artifacts coexist with an immersive experience that goes through Atlético’s history. Interactive screens, binoculars, large projectors, interactive phone booths, virtual reality and interactive games will make all visitors become first-person protagonists in Atlético de Madrid's story. You will discover every corner of the stadium on a guided tour. You will visit the press room where the players and coach talk t...
Great experience, the club offers a great experience, much better than what Real is offering
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The tour was really nice. The guide had a very good knowledge about the city, was extremely friendly and could explain things well. Bikes are very good and pretty new. All was functioning.
We had an amazing time! Kike was an excellent guide!! We enjoyed going to the 3 very different wineries and experiencing the wine and the wine making process in such different ways!!
We took the electric bikes but was pointless because is very flat around Madrid. The tour guy was amazing very professional and whole tour goes very smoothly. Highly recommended
Excellent survey of European Paintings Good cafeteria and nice personnel
Great overall tour of Madrid! Saw so much with great detail!