Madrid Arena is a multi-functional, state-of-the-art venue located at Casa de Campo park in Madrid, Spain. It is most famous for staging the Madrid Masters tennis tournament in October each year.
However, it can also be used for other sports, concerts and cultural events. The Arena’s central court has three retractable stands which allows the venue to be adapted to a range of different layouts depending on the event.
The venue was built in 2003 and has a seating capacity of 12,000.
It is part of the Casa de Campo Convention Center which holds events such as fairs, conventions, exhibitions, meetings and concerts.
Madrid is a major travel hot-spot and its international airport – Madrid Barajas – connects to destinations across the world. The airport is situated 13km from central Madrid.
The Madrid Arena is conveniently located just to the south of downtown Madrid and is easily accessible from all parts of the city.
From the city centre you could get there by foot with relative ease, but if you don’t fancy the walk you can take a bus or metro, or catch a taxi which will not set you back too much due to the short distance.
If taking the metro, you need Line 6 to Alto de Extremadura or Line 10 to Lago Satation.
Those arriving by car should be aware that parking around the venue is extremely limited and you would be best using a car park in the city centre.