Located in the Cibeles Palace, this cultural centre on the Art Walk is the main focus of its activities for the city of Madrid. Its programme revolves around three lines of action: reflection on urban culture, the supply of cultural information, interactive and accessible to citizens and tourists, and, finally, the meeting of cultures through the holding of exhibitions, workshops, conferences and concerts, among other offerings.
Next to its large main hall, where you will find interactive informational screens, a colourful lounge offers the visitor a resting place where to read the news, connect to the Internet using their Wi-Fi network or simply sit and watch the Cibeles square through the large windows. CentroCentro also has two eateries, the Colección Cibeles cafeteria-restaurant and the Palacio de Cibeles restaurant, located on the street and on the sixth floor of the building respectively, and both open from Monday to Sunday.
Viewpoint: Adults €2, Under 12s €0.50
Free entry: first Wednesday of the month and 2nd and 15th of May, and 12th October.
Exhibitions: consult programme.
Tue-Sun 10:00am - 8:00pm
Tue-Sun 10:30am-1:30pm / 4:00pm-7:00pm
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