In case you're currently inhabiting planet Earth, you probably won't be too shocked to learn that Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is the stadium of Real Madrid. The stadium is open to fans and the general public all year round and offers a guided tour, known as The Bernabéu Tour. It takes visitors all around the gigantic building - from the players' dressing rooms to the coach's viewpoint, the trophies exhibition and the pitch itself. Football fan or not, this location is an absolute must in Madrid.
Wanda Metropolitano Stadium
Wanda Metropolitano Stadium is one of the most modern stadiums on the planet, as well as the brand-new stadium of Atlético de Madrid. Fans and the general public can also enroll in the Wanda Metropolitano Tour for a closer experience of the changing rooms, the pitch, the press room, and many more.
The Spanish National Football Team's Museum
Experience the most important games and events in the history of the Spanish football team over and over again, thanks to this unique exhibition of trophies and curious artifacts.
Madrid's Wax Museum
Except for everything else, Madrid's Wax Museum is a place where you can take a selfie with Iker Casillas, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Torres, Andrés Iniesta, or David Villa, without having to stalk them in the streets of Madrid.
There are dozens of places to enjoy a beer with fellow fans before, through, or after the important game of the night. Some of the most popular among them are Real Café Bernabéu, 38 Sport Pub, Penalti Lounge Bar, La Cervecería Deportiva, etc.