One of the spots where the majority of people tend to gather is the local town hall, the command centre from which most of the celebrations begin. The council itself is in charge of organising all the cultural events, in which music plays a big part.
The Town Council of Collado de Villalba organises the Vía Celta, the Vía Jazz and the famous GranitoRock festivals, the latter being very well known among rock fans both in Spain and abroad.
The two buildings that house the town council stand on Plaza de la Constitución, and both of them have the same functions. The old one is in the Renaissance style and the new one has a contemporary design – creating an interesting contrast of architectural styles within a single space. The new part has a façade of mirrored glass that reflects the local landscape.
If you want to park your vehicle nearby, you can leave it in our public car park that’s open 24 hours a day and is located at Villalba Train Station, on Paseo de la Estación. And if you have an electric vehicle, we recommend that you park it with us to make use of our charging point.