Metropolitan Wanda. Access through gate 10 of the stadium.
Public transport: 3 Metro Madrid lines, 15 EMT lines and 20 intercity buses take you to our stadium.
There are many options to get to the Metropolitan Wanda.
We recommend the use of the Metro to assist the Metropolitan Wanda for its breadth and proximity, as it is the most convenient way to go to the stadium.
The closest stop is 'Metropolitan Stadium', corresponding to Line 7, decorated with athletic motives so that you feel at home from the first moment. However, you can also arrive from the stations of 'Las Rosas' (Line 2) and 'Canillejas' (Line 5), which are a quarter of an hour away on foot.
On the other hand, 15 lines of the EMT and 20 of intercity buses serve the stadium's area of influence.
In addition, on match days, the EMT provides, from two hours before and up to an hour and a half later, a special bus service that connects the Canillejas interchange with the Plaza de Grecia, located opposite the stadium.
In case you prefer to go to the stadium by car, use the exit of Arcentales from the M-40, exit 8 of the A-2, Avenida de Canillejas to Vicálvaro or the wide boulevards of the Las Rosas neighborhood and once you arrive To the Metropolitan Wanda, you can park your vehicle in the free parking in the west zone (access through Avenida Luis Aragonés), except game days or events.
The tour of the Wanda Metropolitan Tour, both in its modality of guided tour and Free Tour, will start from the door number 10 of the stadium
On game days, access to the car parks located around the Metropolitan Wanda are for the exclusive use of subscribers who have booked a parking space and who have an access card provided by the club. However, even if you do not have the seasonal access card, you can also reserve your place individually for each of the LaLiga meetings. Access to the parking area will not be allowed to any vehicle that does not have said card.