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6 Legendary Football Stadiums to Visit in Europe

Even if you’re not a big fan of the beautiful game, there’s something quite magical about attending a match in person. This is particularly true if it’s at one of these legendary football stadiums in Europe.

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Camp Nou (Barcelona, Spain)

There are some football venues so famous that even non-sporting travelers feel the urge to make pilgrimages there. Camp Nou is one of them. Made famous by Barcelona’s skilled team and refined by the city’s effervescent charm, Camp Nou is worth a visit regardless of whether there’s a match on or not.

2

Signal Iduna Park (Dortmund, Germany)

Dortmund’s home stadium may not be as glamorous as rival team Bayern’s, but the fans more than make up for it. The atmosphere during games is like few others in Europe.

3

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid, Spain)

Madrid’s famous Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, smack bang in the middle of the city, may not be as large as Camp Nou. But with space for 85,000 fans, it’s hardly small. As impressive as the stadium may be from a design perspective, it’s the legendary skills and performances of the home team that make this a must-visit destination amongst you Europe tour packages.

4

San Siro (Milan, Italy)

San Siro (Stadio Giuseppe Meazza) may be one of the most famous, and unique, football stadiums in Europe. It’s also home to two of the continent’s giant teams, A.C. and Inter, which doesn’t hurt its reputation either. Both home teams have threatened to look elsewhere for a new stadium, but nothing has yet to materialize. As a result, there have been several projects to expand its capacity over the years, and these days it seats a sizeable 80,000 loyal fans.

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Allianz Arena (Munich, Germany)

One of Europe’s best clubs also happens to play in one of the continent’s most dramatic stadiums. The Allianz Arena has seen some exciting action over the years, including World Cup matches and Champions League finals

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Türk Telekom Arena (Istanbul, Turkey)

Football mad fans in Istanbul are not limited when it comes to epic stadiums. Though the legendary and intimidating Ali Sami Yen stadium is no longer around, the new Türk Telekom Arena is a modern masterpiece that’s a treat to visit.
Though Europe knows many sports, it’s football that has earned and maintained the most fanatic of followings across the continent and a boost for Europe tourism.