Olympiastadion (Berlin - Hertha Berlin)
Im obcessed with this stadium and think it is sensational, is it just as moving being there in person?
Yes, it is, even for a humdrum Bundesliga match with Hertha playing sh*t. I've been there pre and post renovation, and I mus say they've done a good job in maintaining the history of the place - it's just about the only Nazi era building left in Berlin.
Before the roof was installed, Hertha flags used to line the top of the stadium, replacing the old Nazi torches used during the Olympics (the torch marathon originated in the Berlin Olympics, btw), which had a bit of iffy symbolism, if you ask me. The only problem with the roof now is the support poles block the view for several thousand seats, but there was really no other way to do it.
On a side note, I find it amazing that they can fit in 75,000 people into the place, as an all-seater. The seats aren't particularly cramped and the sightlines are good, but the height form the top row to the pitch level would probably be about half that of the redeveloped MCG or the new Wembley. Really has me scratching my head, that one.