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.
|Venue name:||Mercado de la Cebada|
Plaza de la Cebada, 15
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 9am-2pm, 5pm-9pm; Sat 9am-2pm|
|Transport:||La Latina (M: L5)|