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“Good, but not that good”
Review of Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium
Ranked #2 of 421 things to do in Turin
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Reviewed August 5, 2013

I had thought that, because this was the #1 reviewed thing to do on Trip Advisor, that it would be something special. It isn't. If you are a Juventus fan, then of course this will be special, but otherwise it is only mediocre. It is a nice modern football/soccer stadium, particularly from the outside. It is surrounded by a ring of shops, and is dramatic to look at. But unless you know all the players, the tour itself (conducted in Italian only, but with headsets for various languages that give a very limited set of information) is a lengthy 70 minutes.

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Reviewed August 5, 2013 via mobile

The museum was amazing especially the trophy room. I now appreciate ADP a lot more now he is in Australia. It is amazing what he has done for that club in recent times. A little disappointed that the stadium tour was in Italian and we had to listen to the recording. I think English speaking people would learn more if they spoke in English. From the outside the stadium looks a lot bigger than what it is. But we still thoroughly enjoyed it.

Thank Rashelle D
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Reviewed July 29, 2013

Only bad thing about it is that I wished it was the Delle Alpi that Juventus used.

Nevertheless the exclusive stadium is breathtakingly beautiful.

Quite small but beautiful and seriously reminds me of St James Park.

The tour was good but I think they are still constructing most of the grounds. We couldn't take pictures at the media place as in with the microphone and all. Not sure if this is cause in Italy things are different.

Thank CitizenJournalAzim
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Reviewed July 19, 2013

This is really a great place to see if you like (Italian) football. We went to the Juventus museum and stadium tour and I can highly recommend both. Our kids who play football really enjoyed to see the stadium and the locker room of their heros, not to mention all the great trophies and other things (shirts, videos, stories, show, etc) in the museum.

1  Thank Panu R
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Reviewed July 18, 2013

Good museum and tour of one of Europe's top clubs stadiums. If you dont speak Italian you are given an audio tour to listen to while the guide speaks to everyone else. It is quite funny how it makes out that it is a magical place and it's a bit up itself but well worth a visit!

Thank Keith J
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