Manoteras Centre Location
The varied leisure and restoration offer at the Manoteras Center in Madrid will be found north of the capital. Specifically, in the Valdefuentes area of the district of Hortaleza. A young neighborhood with interesting infrastructures.
Among them we’d like to highlight the neighbouring Sanchinarro Cultural Center, whose intense program of events can be an interesting complement for the Manoteras Cinemas & Restaurants Centre where the best films on Madrid’s box-office are present.
Manoteras Centre’s address
The specific address for those who want to enjoy the restaurants of this commercial centre of Madrid is: Avenida de Manoteras, number 40, in the 28050 postal district of the Spanish capital.
If you want to travel guided by your smartphone or car’s GPS, then the Cinesa Manoteras Centre is geolocated with the following coordinates: 40º 29 ‘10.78 “North and 3º 39’ 54.91” West.
Get here by car
Given the existence of parking spaces in the mall itself, it may be a good idea to travel in your private car. And like the movies that you see in Cinesa Manoteras or the restaurants where you can have a drink, they are appealing to anybody from Madrid, which is why we’ll tell you how to get here.
Just take the A-1 motorway and take the exit called Sanchinarro / Las Tablas. From there it is practically impossible not to reach the Manoteras avenue in an easy way, as its route almost surrounds our leisure centre.
Or if you prefer, you can also get here on the M-11 road. In this case you will have to leave the fast track at the exit called Fuente de la Mora. Upon leaving you will see the railroad tracks that you will have to follow up to the avenue Ingeniero Emilio Herrera. After a few meters, you will see the turn to the left towards the Manoteras avenue.
Getting here by public transport
However, you may prefer the peace of mind that traveling on public transport can bring. In this case you have different options to enjoy this shopping center in Madrid. You can even get here by urban bus, commuter train or the modern light rail line.
If you choose the Madrid urban bus, then you must take line 150. An EMT line that starts from Puerta del Sol itself. From there, it goes through some of the most strategic places in the city until you reach the bus stop named Virgen del Cortijo. Precisely at the last stop or in the previous one of Fuente de la Mora you can get off the bus to get to Cinesa Manoteras and the restaurants you’ll find here.
There is another option if you want to get here with an urban Madrid bus. It is through line 174 that starts at Plaza de Castilla and reaches Valdebebas, having previously stopped at Virgen del Cortijo.
And for those who have stayed late watching a movie in the last session of the Cinesa movie theatres or spent a long time at dinner in the restaurants, you can also opt for the N1 night bus that links Plaza de Cibeles with Sanchinarro.
Depending on where you’re setting off from, the best way to get to the Manoteras Shopping Centre may be the commuter train, with which you also have an excellent connection, since it is near the Fuente de la Mora station. The C1 line reaches this station. This line joins the following points of the capital and the metropolitan area: Príncipe Pío – Atocha – Paseo Recoletos – Chamartín and the Airport’s T4.
The tram or light rail also reaches the Fuente de la Mora station. The third of public transports in Madrid that can take you to our shopping centre. It is the ML1 line that links Las Tablas with Pinar de Chamartín.
In short, there are many options to enjoy an afternoon of cinema in Manoteras and a good dinner in the different restaurants in this leisure centre.
Av. de Manoteras, nº 40, 28050- Madrid.
40º 29′ 10.78” N 3º 39′ 54.91” W
In public transport
- Bus – Line 150.
- Train – Cercanías Line C1. Stop at Fuente de la Mora.
- Metro Line ML1. Stop at Fuente de la Mora.
A1 – Exit Sanchinarro/Las Tablas