Wembley Stadium is a football stadium in London, in the northwest of the city, specifically in London Borough of Brent. The renovated stadium opened in 2007 and designed by Foster and Partners (Norman Foster Company), replacing the old Wembley stadium was built in 1923 known for its twin towers. This year, Wembley Stadium will host the final of Champions League football 2011 between Barcelona and Manchester United. If you travel to London to see the end or you want to visit the legendary stadium renovated but you can reach using public transportation.
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Wembley Stadium will host the qualifying matches and the football final of the 2012 London Olympics. Some upcoming events to be held at Wembley Stadium this 2011 will be a series of concerts by Take That summer, England’s friendly against Switzerland and Wales on 23 October and an official match football of the NFL International between the Buccaneers and Bears.
How to get to Wembley with metro?
For this there are three subway stops near Wembley Stadium:
In this metro station go Jubilee lines (gray) and Metropolitan (purple) of metro. Station Metropolitan line is not accessible to persons traveling in wheelchairs, however the Jubilee itself. The latter is also accessible to people with blindness and deafness.
Once outside the station, should be directed to Olympic Way street that leads directly to the stadium. The distance is approximately half a kilometer.
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In the metro station Wembley Central Bakerloo lines carrying the (brown) and Overground (orange), as well as trains. Is a station that is accessible for people with disabilities.
This station is located about two miles from Wembley Stadium. From the exit of the subway station to the stadium you should see signs point the way to there. Upon exiting the metro station Wembley Central, take the first street on the right, High Road, until you get to Wembley Triangle Square and Clock Tower. If you take the first left into Wembley Hill Road and cross the White Horse Bridge puentede get to Wembley.
Possibly this is the closest station to Wembley stadium, but it is a train station (Nationl Rail) Chiltern line that travels Midlands, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The trains pass through this station out of Marylebone station. The station is not suitable for wheelchair travel. Wembley Stadium is located about 700 meters from the train station.
How to get to Wembley by bus?
From the underground station and Wembley Central Wembley Park the buses to the stadium 83, 92 and 182. Although the days when special events are advised not to take the bus to go to the stadium because the street is too congested and traffic is very high.
Shuttle Bus service for people with disabilities:
Wembley Stadium offers a shuttle service accessible for visitors with disabilities or mobility problems on events taking place. This service operates normally between the underground station and Wembley Park stadium. For more information, visit this website.
Pubs & Bars near Wembley Stadium:
The bars and pubs that are close to Wembley Stadium are a bit away from the stadium, however, we recommend some of the five that appear on the map.
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Good luck there!