Círculo de Bellas Artes
Time Out says
The Círculo de Bellas Artes occupies a superb building, designed by Antonio Palacios and completed in 1926. Despite its persistent funding problems, it is a key player in every aspect of the Madrid arts scene. The Círculo offers a plethora of classes, exhibitions, lectures and concerts in its theatre and concert hall, as well as an annual masked ball for carnival. Its café is well worth visiting, whether to see the marvellous 'El Salto de Léucade' by Moisés de Huerta or for its wonderful views, though it has received its share of criticism alleging a decline in quality. Its rooftop terrace is usually packed and is a good option for summer evenings.
Alcalá 42, Marqués de Casa Riera 2
|Transport:||Banco de España (M: L2), Sevilla (M: L2)|
|Opening hours:||Exhibitions (Tue-Sun) €4 (€3 with youth card). Access to roof terrace (daily) €4 (€3 with youth card). Combined admission (rooftop terrace, exhibition rooms) €5 (€4 with youth card)|