Estadio Mestalla is a football stadium in Valencia, Spain. The stadium is the home ground of Valencia Club de Fútbol. With a capacity of 55,000 seats, it ranks as the fifth-largest stadium in Spain. It is also renowned for its steep terracing and being one of the most intimidating atmospheres in all of Europe in which to play.
From Barcelona and Zaragoza:
The Mediterranean motorway A-7, which connects Valencia to the rest of Europe, takes you directly to the Mestalla Stadium. Once you leave the motorway, you just have to follow the dual carriageway that takes you to Cataluña Avenue and on to Aragón Avenue, where you can already see the towers of the stadium.
From the A-3 (Madrid & airport):
Take Cid Avenue. After passing the Hospital General Universitario you must take the diversion to the left which takes you to the Turia old riverbed along 9 de Octubre Street. Without crossing the river we take Paseo de la Pechina, on the right of the old riverbed. Continuing straight ahead until Calatrava Bridge -which stands out for its peculiar shape of a hair comb - and after crossing it you can already see the Valencia stadium at the end of the street.