Inspired by the Les Halles de París market in the French capital, and built in 1875, La Cebada – thanks to its proximity to the Puerta de Toledo, one of Madrid's main access points – has been one of the most popular meeting points for Madrid's business- and tradespeople for years. While waiting for a municipal plan to revitalise its business activity, the market has revamped its exterior, covering it in colours and turning it into one of the world's biggest works of street art.
Mercado de la Cebada
|Venue name:||Mercado de la Cebada||Contact:|
Plaza de la Cebada, 15
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 9am-2pm, 5pm-9pm; Sat 9am-2pm|
|Transport:||La Latina (M: L5)|