Despite not being a major football fan, visiting this stadium was a truly pleasant experience. Although the entrance price of 19 Euros is a little expensive, I was surprised that the experience was truly a memorable one; visitors have access to see into the changing rooms, press office, presidential box as-well as several other areas of the stadium which one would not normally expect to see. There are staff on hand to guide you, but I did feel there was a lack of signage to point out where to go next throughout the tour; there was a small cafe which was reasonably priced. The museum itself was very modern and interactive, with the latest technology engaging you more about the club as-well as its history. There is a huge display of trophies won by the club, including the European cup ones. I would certainly recommend giving the stadium a visit, even if you are not the most football enthusiast.
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