One of the must-visit places in Madrid with graffities, concerts exhibitions and other activities, if you wanna meet with real people and you like this underground style with all of the pros and cons.
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If you are looking for a place to visit off the beaten path, then is somewhere you must visit. In the basement of an old tobacco factory / warehouse is the most amazing local street art. I ventured there by myself and it was a...More
The exhibition space of La Tabacalera is amazing. This former tabacco factory has been converted into an exhibition space as well as workshop space for artists.
Great place full with art and culture in alternative ways, all for free and in a very welcoming atmosphere.
A friend introduced me to this place and I really liked it. If you like street art this is the perfect place to visit. There were no specific events going on but just walking through the building was already really nice.
The Tabacalera is a great urban space, holding temporary exhibitions of a contemporary nature. At the moment it has an amazing photographic exhibit by Juan Manuel Castro Prieto. However outside is a revelation...a series of murals around the buildings painted by well known street painters...More
This very interesting art venue is quintessential Madrid and off the beaten track of monuments and museums. An old cigarette factory of the sort featured in the opening of Georges Bizet's "Carmen" has been converted into a photographic exhibit space and a place to see...More
We were told that we could find an almost underground art gathering and we were not disappointing.The place is full of amazing graffities..At the time we visited there was a spooky anti-capitalism,anti-polution exposition which was overwhelming..
This former tobacco processing plant houses temporary exhibitions - recently of photographers´work - in an industrial surrounding. In the same building is a cultural centre where a second hand market takes place once a month (Rave market). Worth checking out.
Fantastic old building that was the original Madrid tobacco factory. They have preserved the feel of an old factory while at the same time installing great lighting exhibits. Bathroom is also clean and modern. Easy metro access from the Embajadores metro station. Website will give...More