it's a beautiful park and it's surrounded with good buildings. It's good to visit, but take care with the hot, in May the hot was too hard
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Quite a large complex but not much to see unless there is a special event, which I understand they have frequently. Unfortunately for us nothing much was going on the day we went. Good spot to ride bikes or skate!
What comes to mind when you think of closed down slaughter yard? If avante guard art, dance, music, tapas, and gastronomical exhibits you were way off. They've done really well making this a hip spot with a lot to offer. Check the local events and...More
This is a great example of how to re-use a horrible place and make it great. The Matadero now hosts a wide range of activities centered on culture and art, what a great way to regain a part of the city which was horrifying in...More
Great place for Culture and the Arts. Great location and surrounding areas. In Matadero you can find exhibitions, workshops. Design, video, photography, you name it! There are also activities for the younger ones.
Lovely building and still an active bullring. If your interested in the history of bullfighting the museum which is free is worth a visit. You only pay if you want to enter the bullring and it's only 9 euro.
What a popular place! The old city's slaughterhouse reconstructed for a public use. Families, friends, nice art installations, good films, food markets, vintage/antique markets, concerts... Everything is interesting there. Check the calendar and make a gap in your agenda to go there. There's also a...More
We visited Matadero on a Saturday afternoon expecting an artistic buzz, but sadly we found an enormous -almost desert- open space with lots of beautifully renovated buildings (it used to be the Madrid's meat market). They have many attractions and activities for parents with small...More