How to get to Estadio Vicente Calderón in Madrid by Bus, Metro, Train or Light Rail

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Directions to Estadio Vicente Calderón (Madrid) with public transportation

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How to get to Estadio Vicente Calderón by Metro

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From Kinépolis Ciudad De La Imágen, Pozuelo De Alarcón 64 min
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Metro - M-10
Metro - M-10
Metro - M-5
Metro - M-5
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From Getafe Central, Getafe 70 min
Metro - M-12
Metro - M-12
Metro - M-10
Metro - M-10
Metro - M-5
Metro - M-5
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How to get to Estadio Vicente Calderón by Train

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From Centro Comercial Zielo, Pozuelo De Alarcón 41 min
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Train - C10
Train - C10
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From Kinépolis Ciudad De La Imágen, Pozuelo De Alarcón 102 min
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Train - C5
Train - C5
Train - C1
Train - C1
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From Getafe Central, Getafe 44 min
Train - C4
Train - C4
Train - C1
Train - C1
Walk

Questions & Answers

What are the closest stations to Estadio Vicente Calderón?

  • The closest stations to Estadio Vicente Calderón are:
    • Estadio Vicente Calderon is 191 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Puente San Isidro - Pontones is 262 meters away, 4 min walk
    • Manzanares - San Candido is 732 meters away, 10 min walk
    • San Illan - San Candido is 851 meters away, 12 min walk
    • Manzanares - San Pompeyo is 889 meters away, 12 min walk

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Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid
Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid El Estadio Vicente Calderón fue un recinto deportivo propiedad del Club Atlético de Madrid, situado en la ribera del río Manzanares del barrio de Imperial, distrito de Arganzuela, en Madrid, España. El estadio tiene un aforo de 54.907 localidades, con su gradería dividida en dos niveles, formando dos anillos continuos a excepción de su tribuna oeste o de preferencia, situada a orillas del Manzanares, sobre la autovía de circunvalación M-30.[2]​ Inaugurado el 2 de octubre de 1966, fue el estadio del club rojiblanco durante 51 años, hasta la temporada 2016/17, tras la que cambió su sede al Estadio Wanda Metropolitano. El último partido de competición oficial que disputó en este estadio, fue el Atlético–Athletic (3–1), correspondiente a la 38ª jornada del Campeonato Nacional de Liga 2016/17, disputado el 21 de mayo. Finalmente, albergó la final del Campeonato de España–Copa de SM el Rey 2016/17, disputada el 27 de mayo.[3]​
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