Las Rozas de Madrid

Las Rozas is one of the largest surface area municipalities of the Autonomous Community of Madrid and is located about 18 km from Madrid, in the northwest of the city. Since 1991, the population has more than doubled from 35,000 to 91,806 on January 1, 2013.

Connected is the church on the A- 6 (A Coruña - Madrid), the M-50 (ring of Madrid) and the M -505, which leads to El Escorial. There are also some bus lines ( interurbanos ) to metro station Moncloa in Madrid: 621, 624 ( Burgo de Las Rozas ) 622 (Las Matas ), 623 ( Villafranca del Castillo ) 626, 628, 629 ( Parque Empresarial, La Dehesa, and El Cantizal ).

Finally, there is a connection with the Madrid commuter train ( Cercanías ), which stops at four stations in the area of Las Rozas: Las Rozas, Las Matas, Pinar and El Tejar.

In Las Rozas is the Ciudad del Fútbol, which opened in 2003, the training ground and the seat of the Spanish Football Federation. The Spanish national football team of women has played there in recent years, a majority of their home matches.