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Metropolitano Stadium – tickets, prices, discounts, timings, what to expect, FAQs


The love for football runs deep in Madrid, and it’s one of the first cities that comes to mind when discussing the world’s most significant sport.

Founded in the summer of 1903, Atletico Madrid FC is a powerhouse of world football and the third-biggest club in Spain.

In 2017, the club introduced the world to its new home ground, the Wanda Metropoliano, now known as Civitas Metropolitano or Metropolitano Stadium.

With its state-of-the-art technology, the stadium and Territorio Atletico, a cutting-edge interactive museum, have become a shrine for football lovers. 

Couple that with a walking tour of historical Madrid landmarks and a gastronomical stop for some of the best tapas Spain offers, and you have a trip that is guaranteed to leave your soul satiated!

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets to the Civitas Metropolitano.

What to expect at Metropolitano Stadium

A glimpse into the tour of Wanda Metropolitano.

Step into the grandstand, where you can witness the awe-inspiring view of the pitch and imagine the crowd’s roars on match day.

By visiting the dressing rooms, you get a sense of the anticipation and excitement that fills the air before each match as you step into the inner sanctum.

Admire the lockers adorned with the names of football stars who donned the Atletico Madrid jersey and walk out of the tunnel the players take while walking out on the pitch. 

Stand in the technical area, where coaches and staff make crucial decisions that can change the course of a match, and walk alongside the awe-inspiring pitch.

Visit the President’s box, which holds the best seats and views the stadium offers.

In the Territorio Atletico museum, engage with interactive exhibits that bring the club’s history to life and explore the club’s origins, rise to prominence, and iconic moments.

You will see the trophies and accolades that Atletico Madrid has accumulated over the years as virtual screens retract dramatically to present you with the trophy room.

Step into your favorite player’s shoes and witness the exhilaration of a match from their perspective through virtual reality technology.

Take a stunning guided walking tour of the stadium and discover some of the most iconic places in Madrid, such as

  • The Puerta del Sol
  • Barrio de las Letras
  • Plaza del Ángel
  • Teatro de la Comedia

Take the central boulevard and enjoy the views of Madrid’s art triangle with the Prado Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza.

Treat yourself to a visit to the Casa Labra bar and feast on a snack of Pavía bacalao with a drink.

Ticket Ticket Cost
Cívitas Metropolitano: “Territorio Atleti” Guided Tour €39
Madrid: Atlético de Madrid Stadium Entry with Optional Tour €24

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Where to book tickets

Tickets for Civitas Metropolitano Tour are available online and at the stadium’s visitor center.

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the attraction.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the ticket counters. 

Since the tours are not allowed around matchdays, a limited number of slots are available, which are likely to sell out. 

So booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How do online tickets work

Go to the Metropolitano Stadium ticket booking page, select the number of tickets, date for your visit, and buy them.

Once you purchase tickets, they get delivered to your email address.

There is no need to get printouts of the ticket.

You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone when at the entrance and join the group.

Metropolitano Stadium ticket prices

Metropolitano Stadium tickets are priced differently for different age groups.

The Cívitas Metropolitano: “Territorio Atleti” Guided Tour tickets for adults aged 14 and above cost €39.

Children between four and 13 years pay a discounted price of €29 for their entry.

Kids up to three years can enter for free.

The Madrid: Atlético de Madrid Stadium Entry tickets for adults aged 14 and above cost €24.

Children between four and 13 years pay a discounted price of €18 for their entry.

Cívitas Metropolitano Stadium Entry Ticket and Photo Corner costs €39 for adults and €32 for children.

Metropolitano Stadium tickets

Cívitas Metropolitano Territorio Atleti Guided Tour
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The Civitas Metropolitano and Territorio Atleti is a guided tour that will take you through the magnificent Civitas Metropolitano and its interactive museum, Territorio Atleti, with an expert guide leading the way.

These skip-the-line tickets help you avoid the queues at the stadium entrance. You get immediate entry with this ticket.

You get access to a bilingual guide specialized in soccer, a radio guide system, and admission to Cívitas Metropolitano stadium & Territorio Atleti.

This ticket does not include food and drinks, hotel pickup, or drop-off.

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (14+ years): €39
Youth Ticket (4 to 13 years): €29
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): Free

Did you know that Atlético de Madrid was formed as a reaction to Real Madrid? When booking a tour of the Civitas Metropolitano, make sure to also book a tour of the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Madrid: Atlético de Madrid Stadium Entry with Optional Tour

Madrid Atlético de Madrid Stadium Entry with Optional Tour
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This tour allows you to book an entry ticket to the Civitas Metropolitano and the Museum without a guide. 

You can visit the exclusive areas of the stadium, such as the players’ dressing room, the presidential box or the press room. 

Ticket Prices

Adult Ticket (14+ years): €24
Youth Ticket (4 to 13 years): €18
Infant Ticket (0 to 3 years): Free

Ticket with photo corner prices

Adult Ticket (14+ years): €39
Youth Ticket (4 to 13 years): €32
Infant Ticket (0 to 3 years): Free

Save time & money! Buy the Madrid Pass and visit the Royal Palace of Madrid and the Prado Museum with a comprehensive audio guide. Learn interesting facts about Madrid’s rich history and famous landmarks. Take a panoramic bus tour of the city’s top sights!

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How to reach

Metropolitano Stadium is located in the Rosas neighborhood, in the San Blas-Canillejas district, Madrid.

Address: Av. de Luis Aragonés, 4, 28022 Madrid, Spain. Get Directions.

The Civitas Metropolitano is well-connected by all forms of public transportation.

By Bus

The Carretera San Blas A Coslada Frente Metropolitana bus station(Bus No: 167, 286, 288, 289) is a 6-minute walk away from the Civitas Metropolitano.

The Las Rosas – Metro Las Musas bus station (Bus No: 38) is a 10-minute walk away. 

By Train

The Estadio Metropolitano metro station (Subway service: 7) is a 4-minute walk away.

The Las Rosas metro station is a 22-minute walk away from the attraction.

By Car

If you’re traveling by car, turn on your Google Maps and get started.

Parking spots are available near Madrid’s Metropolitano Stadium.

You can easily book a cab or taxi to the Metropolitano as well.


The Metropolitano Stadium is open to visitors from 11 am to 6 pm.

Please note that these timings do not hold for match days and other special events.

You can book a self-guided tour to Metropolitano at any point between the opening hours. 

How long does the tour take

How long does the tour take
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A tour of the Metropolitano and its museum usually takes about 90 minutes.

Keep aside more time if you want to enjoy the photo sessions and the delectable food at the iconic stadium.

We recommend you book your tickets to Metropolitano well in advance because the slots are limited and likely to sell out. 

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the Metropolitano is in the early opening hours, around morning and early afternoon.

The earlier you arrive at the stadium, the less crowded your experience will be.

Not only can you stroll the attraction at your own pace, but once you are done by mid-afternoon, you can satisfy your tired legs and rumbling tummy with some delicious and famous Spanish tapas.

Weekends and public holidays tend to be the most crowded time at the attraction.

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FAQs about the Metropolitano Stadium

Here are a few frequently asked questions about Metropolitano Stadium.

Is Madrid’s Metropolitano Tour disability friendly?

Unfortunately, the Metropolitano and Madrid City tours are unsuitable for people with mobility issues.

Do I get to step on the pitch of the Metropolitano Stadium?

While you can visit the dugout and walk along the sidelines, you are not allowed to step on the pitch as it is reserved for the players and requires a lot of maintenance for the matchdays.

Where can I book a guided tour of the Metropolitano Stadium?

Tourists can buy tickets to the guided tour of the Metropolitano stadium and museum online or at the venue, on the day of their visit. For the best experience we suggest you book your tickets online, in advance.

Can I also book a self-guided tour of Atletico’s Madrid stadium?

Tourists can buy tickets to the self-guided tour of the Metropolitano stadium online or at the venue, on the day of their visit. For the best experience we suggest you book your tickets online, in advance.

What will be my food options during the Metropolitano Stadium tour?

You will feast on Pavía bacalao, which is a dish of fried cod, and drink at Casa Labra, along with Bocadillo de Calamares, a quid sandwich, and a drink at Plaza Mayor.

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