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Football trip through Spain

If you live and breathe football, you've come to the right place. This pilgrimage will take you to famous football temples in Spain, so you can see Messi and Ronaldo perform their magic in real life. Travel by train with the Interrail Pass to visit all these cities and stadiums on a single football trip!

You can see all cities listed below with only 4 travel days. If you want a longer football trip, simply select an Interrail Pass with more travel days.

1. Barcelona, Camp Nou Stadium

Camp Nou in Barcelona

Why go?

Football is religion in Barcelona, and its saints are called Messi, Xavi, Maradona and Cruyff. The club's Camp Nou stadium is the largest in Europe, seating almost 100,000 spectators. Visit the interactive FC Barcelona museum, and you'll come out supporting the Blaugranas.

How to get there?

Barcelona, in the northeast of Spain, is easy to reach by train. For instance, you can travel directly from Paris in 6 hours and 30 minutes.

2. Valencia, Mestalla Stadium

Mestalla Stadium in Valencia

Why go?

Valencia is home to one of Spain's most prominent football clubs, Valencia CF. They play their games in Mestalla stadium for 55,000 supporters. It's a treat to be there on any match day, but if you have the chance, catch the city derby against rival Villarreal.

How to get there?

From Barcelona, a direct train travels south along the coastline to Valencia. The journey will only take you 3 hours and 15 minutes.

3. Seville, Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium

Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium in Seville

Why go?

Sevilla FC is the most successful football club in the Andalusia region. They won the UEFA Europa League five times, with three consecutive wins in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Their home stadium is of great value to the Spanish - never has their national team lost a match here!

How to get there?

Take a direct train from Valencia to Seville in the southwest. The journey through Spain's interior will take around 4 hours.

4. Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid

Why go?

The whole world knows Real Madrid CF, record winner of 11 UEFA Champions League titles. Their superstars include Zidane, Casillas and Christiano Ronaldo. Madrid's clashes with rival 'Barça' (El Clásico) are considered the holy grail of football matches.

How to get there?

Madrid is located in the heart of Spain and is easy to reach by train. From Seville, a direct train will take you there in 2 hours and 30 minutes.

5. Bilbao, San Mamés Stadium

San Mames Stadium, Bilbao

Why go?

The proud capital of Basque Country is home to Athletic Bilbao, nicknamed 'The Lions'. The club has a unique policy: all players have to be native of Basque Country or trained there. Athletic is a founder of the Primera División, together with Real Madrid and FC Barcelona.

How to get there?

Take a direct train from Madrid to port city Bilbao on the Atlantic Coast. The journey will take you just over 5 hours.

Get your Interrail Spain Pass

Find the perfect Interrail Spain Pass for your football trip! You only need 4 travel days to visit all the above cities with Interrail. If you'd like to see more cities, simply add more travel days.