How to get to Bernabeu Stadium
The all too famous Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is one of the most majestic, largest, and most beautiful stadiums in the whole of Europe and is also home to one of the most internationally known and respected teams in the world, Real Madrid FC. It is rated as a Stage 5 stars and can hold up to 80,000 spectators. It has hosted a large number of events, such as the World Cup in 1982, the Euro 1964 final and more recently, a number of Champions League games and finals.
The location of the Santiago Bernabeu stadium is in the Chamartin district and can be easily accessed from any point in Madrid. The Paseo de la Castellana is very well connected and can be accessed these ways:
Metro to Bernabeu
You will find the metro closest to the Stadium on Line 10, the metro stop is called Santiago Bernabeu, so there shouldn’t be any confusion as to whether it’s the correct one. All of the terminals at Barajas are on linea 8, there you will take the transfer line from Nuevos Ministerios, on Line 10. If however your journey starts from Atocha, then you will need to take the Line 1 to Tribunal, and from there get on the Line 10.
Once you exit the metro station, you will literally be facing the stadium, impossible not to see it.
Bus to Bernabeu
There are many routes and buses you can take throughout the city to get to the Bernabeu Stadium. Here is a list of all the buses:
Day time buses: 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 and 150
Nocturnal buses: N23, N24 and L10
There is always the private transport option
With our private transport, you can choose between a minivan, bus, or even limousine to take you to and from the Bernabeu stadium. Don’t waste time and effort in finding your way there, simply book with us and get there in an instant. The transport that you choose will meet you at a location of your choice, whether it be the airport, your hotel, accommodation etc.
Local Tips Pre/Post Game
If you find yourself outside the ground with some time to kill you might want to be around other supporters and locals and have a drink at the Penalti Bar. This burger joint/bar serve up some truly delicious burgers accompanied by fresh beer or soft drinks. A great place to kill your apetite and clench your thirst before the game.
If on the other hand you are feeling peckish, or would rather spend your money on local food, then you can make your way to a number of restaurant. You may be an early eater, or wanting to try to eat at the same time as the locals (which is quite late). Whichever your choice, you can make your way to Lateral, a slick restaurant which serves modern takes on tapas and pinchos, with a wide variety of cocktails and drinks, situated on the Paseo de Castellana, 89.
If you want something slightly less fancy but equally good in quality of food and drinks, check out Gino’s (Paseo de La Castellana, 83). This is a family friendly restaurant with some great kid menus, burgers, refill sodas and an American/Italian diner vibe.