The station closest to the stadium receives the same name as this one. It is the Santiago Bernabéu metro station. This stop corresponding to line 10 connects with several of the most important stations of the capital, and facilitates the transfer for the arrival to the stadium without problems.
A good option to get to the stadium is the use of the public bus. This means of transport links the different points of the city with the stadium. For the arrival at the Santiago Bernabéu you can choose different buses, which correspond to the numbers: 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 and 150.
The network of Renfe Cercanías, makes available its access for all those fans, who are in towns adjacent to the capital. To get to the stadium, the nearest stop is Nuevos Ministerios, which depends on the lines: C-1, C-3, C-4, C-7 and C-10.
We can access the Santiago Bernabéu by private transport. It is not recommended, due to the large influx of fans, and traffic congestion that usually takes place on match days. In case you want to use this means, it is recommended to arrive well in advance and park in remote areas of the field, or in private parkings of adjacent areas.
HOW TO ACCESS YOUR SEAT
We explain how to understand all the access information contained in your entry.
Distributed by the four towers of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, you will find several directories that schematically inform of the location of each zone.
In the stadium there are four very well differentiated zones:
1. West Coast or Preference: in the Paseo de la Castellana
3. North Fund: in Rafael Salgado street
4. South Fund: on Concha Espina Avenue
These four zones are subdivided into six levels:- Gradas de fondo, son las más próximas al terreno de juego
In your entry to Real Madrid is detailed information so you can easily locate your seat. We explain the meaning of each of the digits that appear in the entry so you do not have any problem when it comes to understanding what they mean.
Door: They are the doors to access the interior of the stadium and the localities. The four zones of the stadium (Preferential, Lateral, North Fund and South Fund) are identified with different colors (blue, purple, green and red respectively), represented with bands at the top of the signals
Vomitorio: indicates the corridor leading to the stands, grandstands and amphitheaters of the stadium, through which spectators can quickly leave their surroundings at the end of the game. They are identified with a number, thus facilitating access to each of the locations.
Sector: When you have accessed the vomitory, before entering the stands, you must go to the sector corresponding to your location. The sectors are divided by corridors, so that the even seats of each of the sectors are on the right and odd seats on the left.
Each sector is represented by three figures, the first number determining the level of location. The other two refer to the numbering of the sectors. We give you some examples that can be helpful: 1xx grandstand, 2xx Grandstand, 3xx First amphitheater.
Seat: You have to locate your number located in the same seats. Remember that even numbers are on one side and odd numbers on another. Once you have found your seat, you can relax and start enjoying the incredible atmosphere of the Santiago Bernabeu.