Palacio De Los Deportes, Madrid
About Palacio De Los Deportes, Madrid
Palacio De Los Deportes, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Av. Felipe II, s/n, 28009 Madrid, Spain
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
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The Palacio de los Deportes (Barclaycard Center) was first open in 1960’s and was destroyed in the 2001 fire to reopen again in 2005. Architect Enrique Hermoso and Paloma Huidobro refurbished the arena to represent a new ‘High-Tech’ style of design. Since its reopening, the arena has hosted some of the most popular events in the city including EuroBasket 2007 and the Euroleague Final Four 2008.
To see what is trending at the arena, take a look at their official website and see the place at its best during a live show, fest, concert or game.
Palacio De Los Deportes Ticket Prices
- Visit the official website for booking ticket of trending shows.
Palacio De Los Deportes Opening and Closing Hours
- Call up the place or visit the official website for timings of trending shows.
How To reach Palacio De Los Deportes by Public Transport
- By Metro/ Subway: Goya
- By Bus: Narvaez - Av. Felipe II
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Went with my son to see WWE. The atmosphere was good but we were quite close to the ring. It is a small arena compared with others but for this show, being at the back is just too far away. They offer food a drink options to your seat. Prices are to be expected. To get here, I would suggest using public transport. The traffic is a nightmare for cars. There are 2 subway stations very nearby.
Nice place, nice location but horrible acoustic. I have been there is around 4 concerts and the sound is always horrible. It is a pity that such a good singers have to sing in such a bad place for concerts.
Have only been there for concerts but the venue is nice and the sound is good. Expect to pay 10 euros for a beer though.
Went there for Real madrid vs Baskonia and it was awesome! The seats are actually really comfortable in comparison to other arenas I have been! The only big disappointment is that they won't sell alcoholic drinks, apparently it's in the Spanish law, which I find really necessary for watching a game! Nevertheless great Arena
The good: it is within Madrid: so it is easy to get there. The bad: the acoustic of the venue is not great and the bar is extremely expensive, a real rip-off.
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