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How to Get to the Rostov Arena Stadium
June 18, 2018 00:48


A new six-lane bridge with impressive intersections leading to the stadium was erected to replace the old Voroshilovsky bridge during the construction of the “Rostov Arena” stadium. The huge area around the arena has been turned into a large park with a quay longer than one kilometer. The territory of the park has a beach, playgrounds, benches, and, which is also important, public toilets. The total area of the park makes up about 16 hectares. This will be the largest and most certainly the most modern park in Rostov. It cost almost 600 million roubles.

The park area is divided into two zones: sport zone and quiet zone. The sports zone has playgrounds for volleyball, badminton, training complexes. In the quiet zone you can walk, sit on a bench and read a book under the rustle of willows and poplars, admire the colorful flower beds with carefully chosen flowers.

During the World Cup the Rostov Arena will hold matches of the group stage and the round of last 16. After the championship games, the arena with 45,000 seats will be transferred to the local “Rostov” football club.

2B Levoberezhna Street, Rostov-on-Don.

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How to get there 

- by public transport: buses No. 516 and 39 stop at the “Rostov-Arena” bus stop. The bus number 516 runs along the southern part of the city, stopping at the railway station. The route of the bus No. 39 begins in the vicinity, near the Central Market. A trip from there to the stadium will take about 20 minutes.

- Electric train: the nearest railway station is “Zarechnaya”, it takes 6 minutes to walk from it to the “Ispytatel” stop. Then you need to pass two more stops by the already mentioned bus No. 516.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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