The stadium of the next Super Classic of Spain
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium has a capacity for 81,011 spectators, was inaugurated in 1947 and has undergone several remodels throughout history, the first in 1982 then in 1993, 2006 and later 2011.
It is currently a top-level UEFA stadium, has hosted the World Cup, including the final, EuroCopa finals, champions league, Copa del Rey and of course La Liga of Spain on several occasions.
The stadium is located in the city of Madrid between the streets of Concha Espina Avenue and Paseo de la Castellana, another of the surrounding streets is Calle Rafael Salgado, is at the intersection of 4 popular Madrid neighborhoods such as Hispanoamérica, Tetuan, four roads and The viso. Very close to there we will find the Plaza de Lima.
How to travel in bus to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium?
On Concha Espina Avenue we have bus stop 4179 of line 43, 120 and 150.
On Concha Espina Avenue near Padre Damián Street we have the bus stop 96 where lines 14 and 150 stop.
On Calle Rafael Salgado intersection Paseo de la Castellana we have the stop 4709 where buses of line 150 stop.
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Bus stop 44 is on Paseo de la Castellana, there are stops 27, 40, 126, 147 and 150.
Where to eat near the Real Madrid Stadium?
Yes you leave with appetite of the super classic very near the stadium you have on Rafael Salgado street the bar the Footprint and the Restaurant Jose Luis.
On Avenida de Concha Espina you have several places to eat, such as the Brios Restaurant, Alduccio, Burger King, Six Restaurante, Minchu, among others.