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The top 5 places for football fans to visit in Europe

There are those who see luxury as those little moments that make us feel unique. So for those who live and breathe football, to enjoy the exclusivity offered by the great temples of the sport can certainly be one of those special moments. If some matches are genuine spectacles best viewed from the stand, then VIP seats are meant for you to thoroughly enjoy every one of the 90 minutes. So what are the most spectacular footballing meccas of pilgrimage in Europe? Santiago Bernabeu The football history and atmosphere of the Spanish capital are shaped in Real Madrid’s famous stadium. The Real Madrid VIP area offers exclusive areas with perfect visibility and personal attention for every client. To tour the changing rooms, trophy room or the dugout are the best ways to learn about the history of the galactico club. Camp Nou ‘More than a club’ they say. It is the stadium that has seen one of the best football clubs of the last decade. Under the name of the ‘Camp Nou Experience’ one can visit the museum of FC Barcelona, the trophy room, the area dedicated to Messi, have a tour of the stadium, the dressing rooms, the players’ entrance hallway and even step on hallowed turf. San Siro In the heart of the European capital of fashion, Milan, stands one of the altars of football. The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, better known as the San Siro, is the most iconic in Italian football. ‘La Scala del Calcio’ as it is also known is a stadium of contrasts, which tells the story of two of the top teams in the country – AC and Inter Milan. A mixture of feelings that fans can enjoy in the most exclusive way, as every area is designed for lovers of luxury and of course, good football. Old Trafford They say there is something special about the games at Old Trafford where Manchester United play and that nothing bad can happen in a stadium that is popularly known as the ‘Theatre of Dreams’. It an undisputed ‘must see’ for all football fans traveling to the UK. Every hospitality package is tailored to the needs of those who want to enjoy the magic of football in an exclusive environment. Old Trafford The Emirates One of the most luxurious stadiums in the UK where every week the boys of Arsenal play. Their Premium Concierge Service is one of the most exclusive in the world. Within its hospitality packages, football fans can enjoy the VIP Club Level which includes being in the VIP Box with an appearance from an Arsenal football legend, dinner with a la carte menu before the game, a selection of wines throughout the game, enjoyed from the best seats, and then to have the match ball team signed by the Arsenal team. Bruno Pires is Global Director at 360Experience. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. The first match I ever saw at Camp Nou was Barca v Madrid. An experience I’ll never forget. I hope to get to the other stadiums one day.

  2. Emirates and Old Trafford are two of the most soulless places to watch football. Totally corporate and lacking in atmosphere. You’d have done better to pick St Etienne’s Geoffroy Guichard, Valencia’s Mestalla, Dotrmund’s Westfalenstadion or Liverpool’s Anfield, all of which will give you a proper FOOTBALL atmosphere. Looks like the person who wrote this article knows very little about actually attending football matches.

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