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Review of Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium
Ranked #2 of 368 things to do in Turin
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ireland
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10 reviews
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“stadium”
Reviewed January 23, 2014

always bring your id or passport with you when going to a match.Staff are very helpful .But you will not not get in with out one.

Visited January 2014
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“amazing trip”
Reviewed January 15, 2014

since i love football, i traveled around europe to see many of its great football temples: old trafford, wembley, san siro, st.jackob park, estadio da luz, allianz arena, camp nou and now the new juventus stadium for champions league game vs kopenhaven. it was just one of the most impressive thing i've did the last few years. The atmosphere in the mostly sold out stadium is just unbelievable, albeit there are just 41000 seats. The stadium is nice to look at and it's perfectly built with sufficient sanitation. In front of the whole complex there is plenty of parking space, in the back you can see the alps in its full loveliness and after the game, i was in just 15 min on the highway back home.
it's one of the best place to be if you love football you have to visit it once, and the city of turin of course to. It's a nice city with a lot of history (once the capitol of the italian union, 1861).
so i definitvely will come back soon.... Thank you torino and juventus!!

Visited November 2013
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Malta
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“Great atmosphere!!”
Reviewed January 12, 2014

Absolutely loved it. The atmosphere and vibe during the game is something that cannot be explained. Great great place to visit and if you have time also be sure to watch a game!

Visited December 2013
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Qormi, Malta
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“A+++”
Reviewed January 8, 2014

One of the best attractions in Turin. It is a great attraction and if you're at Turin you shouldn't miss this opportunity even if you're not a football/soccer fan.

Visited December 2013
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“Beautiful Stadium”
Reviewed January 4, 2014

While I'm not much of a soccer fan, my boyfriend was adamant we go to the Juventus stadium as a part of our Italy tour. We only stayed in Turin a few hours and had a tour booked in advance. The tour was in Italian so before we started we were given audio guides in English. The stadium is really amazing and the rooms inside also were interesting to see.

Make sure to ask about the bus stops/bus to take you there if travelling by public transport as it can be a bit confusing! Also visit the Juventus store and museum when the tour is over for some added history and shopping.

Visited June 2013
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