The Cibeles Palace is situated on Madrid’s Plaza de Cibeles, it is a monument that is used as the seat of the city council. The palace was originally used as the headquarters of the Spanish postal and telecommunication service and a small section does serve still as a postal office but most of the building has been used by the city council since 2007. The palace also has a large area with a vaulted glass roof, it is an open space within the palace that can be hired for private or public events.
The palace is located on the Plaza de Cibeles. It is accessible by the city's subway system with line 2’s ‘Banco de Espana’ station being the closest.
Opening Times and Admission
The palace has a viewing point in one of its towers which is accessible at the cost of a few euros. You can enter the rest of the building for free. The viewing area is open from 10.30am-1.30pm and 4pm-7pm Tuesday to Sunday.