Real Madrid's stadium, in the Chamartin district on Paseo de la Castellana, is one of the most famous football stadiums in the world with a capacity of 81,000 spectators. Admire Cristiano Ronaldo in a game or visit the museum.
The Santiago Bernabéu was inaugurated in 1947 as the Nuevo Estadio Chamartín and its current name was given in honor of Santiago Bernabéu, President of the team for 35 years.
It is classified by UEFA with the highest distinction: 'elite stadium' and it is also known as the heart of madridismo.
The stadium is located in the Chamartín district, in the centre of Paseo de la Castellana. It is one of the most popular places to visit in Madrid and one of the favorite places for tourists with a passion for football, with more than one million visitors a year.
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium has a built-up area in the Paseo de la Castellana parking that provides 1,115 parking spaces for fans to leave their cars on match days.
In the area surrounding the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, you can find limited regulated parking spaces, both in the green zone and in the blue zone. If you move away from the main area, between streets it is much easier to find parking spaces although on match days, it becomes a really difficult task as they tend to be in high demand.
In the Chamartín district, in the north of Madrid and very close to the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, you can find several public parking lots where you can leave your car. To avoid driving around with your car on football match days, we recommend that you book a parking space in advance through the Parkimeter website or app. Below you can find a list of options where you can leave your car: Plaza del Carmen, Jardines 16 - Centro Madrid - Turismos, Doctor Cortezo 10, Fermar or Callao.