Find out the best way to get to Wanda Metropolitano

May 30, 2019

    Madrid transit authorities have established a special public transport plan on the occasion of the final of the Champions League, to be held next Saturday, June 1 at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium between London Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool.

    In addition, from May 30 and until June 2 the ‘Champions Festival’ will be held, a set of simultaneous events that will take place in emblematic areas of the center of Madrid, such as Puerta del Sol, Callao and Plaza Mayor, and Postas and Mayor streets.

    Metro de Madrid will increase the frequency of lines 2, 5, 7 and 8 during those days, mainly in the afternoon. On Thursday, line 2 will be reinforced from 10 pm until closing time. On Friday, May 31, the reinforcement will be extended to line 8 (from 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm), to facilitate travel from the airport.

    On Saturday, the frequency of lines 2, 5, 7 and 8 will increase from 10:00 am, exceeding 100% on lines 7 and 8 from 11pm until the end of the service.

    On Sunday, June 2, the reinforcement of line 8 will remain between 7:00 am and 3:00 pm to facilitate access to the airport.

    The stadium can also be accessed with the following EMT urban bus lines: 28 Puerta de Alcalá-Barrio de Canillejas, 38 Manuel Becerra-Las Rosas and E2 Felipe II-Las Rosas.

    The trip to the city center, airport terminals, railway stations or Wanda Metropolitano stadium takes just 45 minutes on average in Metro. Visitors can reach quickly and comfortably different points of interest of the city by metro or suburban rail, using a nearby station.

    We also recommend to acquire the Tourist Transport Card to facilitate travel around the city. It can be obtained at the Airport terminals as well as at the ticket sales machines of any Metro station. The fares and modalities can be consulted on the web.

    Recommendations on arrival or return to Madrid

    Airport Terminals T1, T2 and T3 (Metro, EMT urban buses and suburban buses)

    Airport Terminal T4 (Metro, Suburban Rail, EMT urban buses and suburban buses)

    Walking around the city center of Madrid

    The city center of Madrid is very accessible by metro. Puerta del Sol is Madrid’s main square and the geographical center of the capital (Puerta del Sol interchange station). From this point, you can walk to the so-called “UEFA Scenarios” located in Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Palacio Real, Plaza de Callao and Gran Vía.

    Saturday June 1st. Before going to the final

    Tottenham Hotspur meeting point: Plaza de Colón (Colón and Alonso Martínez metro stations). From here take metro line Alonso Martínez to the Canillejas station, “Park & Walk” point to the Stadium.

    Liverpool meeting point: Plaza de Goya (Goya metro station). From here take metro line 2 (Goya) to Las Rosas station, “Park & Walk” point to the Stadium.

    Wanda Metropolitano Stadium (Estadio Metropolitano metro station)

    Park & Walk Tottenham Hotspur. (From Canillejas to Estadio Metropolitano metro station)

    Park & Walk Liverpool. (From Las Rosas to Estadio Metropolitano metro station)

    Source: CRTM