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Compose your football trips to Atlético Madrid and experience a match in Estadio Wanda Metropolitano
Experience the excitement of the La Liga with a football break to watch Atletico Madrid.
The team from the Spanish capital often come good on the day as witnessed when they won the Europea League in 2010, 2012 and 2018. Atletico Madrid supporters are renowned for creating a remarkable atmosphere, both during and after the game.
Experience top-class Spanish soccer with a football package to see Atletico Madrid play.
Atlético Madrid is also known as Madrid’s second team. These days, however, Diego Simeone’s team is no longer inferior to their rivals Real Madrid. Atlético Madrid seem to have an unprecedented work ethic. Each player know where the other is coming from and would walk through fire for their teammates. And since the arrival of Diego Simeone as coach in 2011, Atlético Madrid has made remarkable progress. In fact, with the incredible game the team is now playing, they’re a seriously dangerous outsider for the title. They reached the Champions League Final in 2014 and 2016. And suddenly, Atlético Madrid were the Spanish champions – not the usual superpowers Real Madrid and Barcelona. Want to see a team play where sparks fly? With Diego Costa, Antoine Griezmann and Fernando Torres in the team there’s plenty of top talent to be had!
Book your football trip to Atlético Madrid now and enjoy the fantastic team spirit and atmosphere in the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium!
The city Madrid
Get an idea of authentic Spanish life with a football trip to Madrid. You’ll notice how the capital bustles day and night with people enjoying the many restaurants, bars and nightclubs. In fact, the streets are filled seven days a week.
The busiest place in the vibrant heart of Madrid is its main square, Puerta del Sol – Spanish for ‘Gate of the Sun’. All the city has to offer is what makes any football package to Madrid a wonderful mini-holiday.
Madrid has just over 3 million inhabitants and at 660 metres is the highest town in Europe. Its magnificent historic buildings bear witness to its rich history; the culture here is colourful and exuberant; and the shopping a treat. Spain’s celebrated culinary life positively flourishes in the numerous tapas restaurants, gastropubs and terraces.
The city of Madrid, which is also the capital of Spain, is often overshadowed by Barcelona. This is rather unfair because Madrid is a stunning city with its art museums, beautiful squares, statuesque fountains and vibrant nightlife.
There are also plenty of reasons why tourists book a weekend in Madrid to taste the Spanish culture. One such tourist attraction is the iconic Plaza de la Cibeles – one of the most beautiful squares in Madrid. It gets its name from La Cibeles fountain which is bang in the middle and features a huge statue of the Roman goddess Cybele sitting in a chariot pulled by two lions.
As well as this iconic square, Madrid also has a wonderful green oasis called ‘Parque del Buen Retiro’, Madrid’s biggest city park. Buen Retiro means ‘Pleasant Retreat’ and this certainly applies to this park! Street musicians, fortune tellers and portrait artists entertain the audience in their droves.
Madrid’s Royal Palace was built in the early 18th century on the order of Philip V. It has 2,800 rooms but not enough room for the royal family it seems: they haven’t lived here since 1931! The current king and queen actually live in one of Madrid’s suburbs. The Royal Palace, however, is still used for official functions and also offers guided tours. Don’t worry: you won’t have to visit all 2,800 rooms! But you will see the most impressive bits.
Book your football trip to Atlético Madrid and enjoy all the many attractions Madrid has to offer!
Estadio Wanda Metropolitano
Experience Spanish passion and atmosphere with a football trip to Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
The home ground of Atletico Madrid, it can accommodate nearly 68,000 football fans and regularly hosts international matches of Spain’s national team.
So book a football break to see Atletico Madrid at their new stadium Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
Want a really unique experience? Then take the stadium tour at Atlético Madrid. You’ll visit places that are normally off-limits – including the press room and dressing room. Step onto the pitch of the Wanda Metropolitano which the players of Atlético Madrid never relinquish! And once on the field, why not sit on the exact spot where the enormously passionate Diego Simeone sits for every home game?
Eventually, you’ll pass Atlético Madrid’s trophy cabinet where every single prize they have won has a place. Still fresh in their memory is the 2013-2014 season when Atlético Madrid beat Real Madrid and FC Barcelona to win the national title. You can also admire the replica cups of the two UEFA Europa Leagues Atlético Madrid won in 2010 and 2012!
Book your football trip to Atlético Madrid and make it even better with a stadium tour through Atlético Madrid’s impressive stadium!