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How to get to Allianz Parque by metro, train and bus

Confused about how to get to Allianz Parquestadium of palm treesin Sao Paulo? The old one antarctica park It is located in an area with easy access and the best option is to use public transport. Whether to watch football games or big shows, check out our tips on how to get there!


O Allianz Parque is located 800m from the station Palm trees – Barra Funda, one of the main public transport complexes in the city of São Paulo. In addition to subway (Red line), through which the CPTM Ruby and Diamond lines and several buses.

Allianz Park (Photo via Shutterstock)

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This is one of the easiest ways to get to Allianz Parque. If you’re coming from the airport from Guarulhosthe trick is to take the bus to the subway Tatuapé and from there take the subway at towards Palmeiras – Barra Funda without having to change lines. The same tip applies to anyone coming from East zone.

If you are in the region of Paulista Avenuethe best option is to take the Yellow Line (Paulista Station) to the Republic and there change to Red line towards Palmeiras Barra Funda.

If the station where you are is from Blue linethe tip is to go to the see and there also switch to the Red line to Palmeiras Barra Funda station.


Two train lines pass through Barra Funda. THE Ruby get out of Jundiaí, but on the way there are, among others, the stations Campo Limpo, Francisco Morato, Franco da Rocha, Caieiras, Perus, Jaraguá and Pirituba. If you are in one of these, it is necessary to take the train towards Luz and get off at Barra Funda palm trees.

The other line that passes through there is the Diamond. she leaves the station Amador Bueno, but on the way are, among others, Itapevi, Jandira, Barueri, Carapicuíba, Osasco and Lapa. If you are at any of these stations, you must take the train at sense Júlio Prestes (if you are on Júlio Prestes, just go towards Amador Bueno).

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Another important tip on how to get to Allianz Parque is the way from Barra Funda station to the stadium, but there’s no secret.

Exit the subway turnstile and turn right towards Memorial da América Latina. Go down the ramp to the square where Uninove is located and head towards the Americas Space. Pass through Rua Deputado Salvador Julianelli, cross over Tagipuru and continue up Rua Deputado Salvador Julianelli until you reach Francisco Matarazzo Avenue. Turn right onto Matarazzo and head towards Allianz Parque (see map below)

If you prefer, you can take a taxi or Uber, although this is not a very good option on busy days. The ride from the station to the stadium costs around R$10.

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Several lines pass right in front of Allianz Parque, as Avenida Francisco Matarazzo is an important bus corridor. To find out if anyone near you passes through there, check the website of SPTrans or else trace the route in Google Maps. The point just ahead is at number 1700.

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Adolfo Nomelini

Journalist graduated from PUC-SP and post-graduated in Communication in Digital Media, he is passionate about music, coxinha, television, his glasses and the internet. He has been working with online content for more than 13 years and spends much of his time “throwing his body out into the world, walking around and, by the natural law of encounters, leaving and receiving a little”.

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