The 35-hectare Araneta City sits squarely at the heart of Quezon City, at the crossroads of two major roadways, EDSA and Aurora Boulevard. It is the only establishment that connects two major train stations - MRT and LRT.
How To Get There
- From the north
Option 1 - MRT or Bus: From EDSA, ride a bus southbound to Baclaran or Ayala or take an MRT and go down at Araneta City.
Option 2- From outside Metro Manila: Bus. If you are coming from the nearby northern provinces such as Bulacan or as far as Baguio or Laoag, the key destination in Metro Manila is Cubao, so there is no problem reaching this area.
- From the south:
Option 1 - MRT or Bus: From EDSA, ride a bus northbound to Fairview or Monumento and go down at Farmers Plaza or take an MRT and go down at Araneta City.
Option 2 - From Alabang or Muntinlupa, ride a bus northbound to Fairview or Monumento and go down at Farmers Plaza.
Option 3 - From outside Metro Manila: Bus. If you are coming from the nearby southern provinces such as Laguna and Cavite or as far as the Visayas and Mindanao, the key destination in Metro Manila is the Araneta City.
- From Manila (Recto, Quiapo, Sta. Mesa) and Katipunan/Rizal area:
Option 1 - Jeep or Bus: One can ride a jeepney that is bound for Cubao; these jeepneys pass through Aurora Boulevard and would not fail to stop at Gateway Mall, Araneta City to pick up passengers from the perpendicular EDSA.
- If you are in the Makati area:
Option 1 - Bus: there are buses passing through Ayala Avenue coming from Leveriza/Buendia and Baclaran that are bound for Fairview or Monumento, and gown at Farmers Plaza.
Option 2 - Jeep + MRT: You can take a jeepney ride going to any of the following stations: Magallanes, Ayala, Buendia, Guadalupe and then ride an MRT.
Option 3 - Bus + MRT: Or you can take the bus bound for Cubao, get off at the Ayala, Buendia, Guadalupe MRT station and board the MRT train until Araneta City.
- For private vehicles:
Araneta City is just mostly concentrated along the northbound side of EDSA between P.Tuazon Avenue and Aurora Boulevard.
Of course, you can ride a taxicab from any area around the metro and just mention "Araneta City" and the driver already knows where to go.
Option 2 - LRT2 (Purple Line): Take the Purple Line LRT2 trains and get off at Araneta City Station.
Option 3 - LRT1 (Yellow Line) + LRT2 (Purple Line): If the LRT1 line is near your area, ride the LRT1 going to Doroteo Jose and transfer to the Recto Station of LRT2 via the connecting footbridge.