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There are three stops in Alcalá. To get to the centre of the city, the best idea is to get off the train in “Alcalá de Henares”. When you are in the station, you will see two exits: one in front of you and one to your left; take the left-hand exit. Walk 10 metres down the street and take the first turning on the right (Paseo de la Estación); this is a long avenue you have to walk all the way along to the end. The street ends at a roundabout with a petrol station on the left. Keep going straight ahead, and when you are in the next street with the roundabout behind you, turn right (by the Law Faculty Facultad de Derecho) and walk to the Plaza de Cervantes along the Calle Libreros.
When you reach the Plaza, the Corral de Comedias is easy to find, because it is next to McDonalds in the arcade. If you want to go to the Teatro Salón Cervantes, carry straight on along the Calle Libreros and after walking past the Plaza de Cervantes and now in the Calle Mayor, take the first street on the right. It is just ten minutes walk!
The best and quickest line to Alcalá is the 223, from the Avenida de América bus station. You get off at the end of the line at the last stop. When you reach Alcalá, you are very close to the centre of the city. Walk along the Avenida de Guadalajara until you reach the Law Faculty. Keep walking straight ahead along the Calle Libreros to reach the Plaza Cervantes. Once there, the Corral de Comedias is next to McDonalds in the arcade.
If you want to go to the Teatro Salón Cervantes, continue walking along the street to leave the Plaza Cervantes behind you and in the Calle Mayor take the first street on the right.
Just 5 minutes walk!
Take the A2 until you get to exit 23.
You then join the M300.
Pass the first roundabout and go straight on.
Pass under the next roundabout through a tunnel, and at the next close to the centre, take the first exit slightly towards the left. You will now see the Puerta de Madrid and after passing through it, your objective is to find somewhere to park. We recommend the Pico del Obispo free car park, which is 100 metres after the Puerta de Madrid, along the Calle Cardenal Sandoval.