The Vicente Calderón stadium of Atlético de Madrid is one of the most important in Spain. Since it was inaugurated as “Manzanares stadium” in 1966 it has been “the house” of the team and of its fans. The stadium has a capacity for 55.000 spectators and has hosted many important events, like the World Cup in 1982.
The Atlético’s stadium is in the Paseo de la Virgen del Puerto, No. 67, in the Arganzuela’s neighborhood, just near the Manzanares river. The place is well connected with the rest of the city. You can arrive there taking the line 5 of the metro, getting of at the “Pirámides” or “Marqués de Vadillo” stations; you can also take the bus (lines 14, 27, 40, 43, 120, 147 and 150), or Renfe trains up to the “Pirámides” station.
The easiest way to get to the stadium from the city centre is by taking the metro. If you are in Atocha, you should take the line 1 to “Pinar de Chamartín”, getting off at “Gran Vía”, then take the line 5 and stop in “Pirámides” or “Marqués de Vadillo”.
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