A recent addition to the growing list of multitasking cultural centers rising from the ashes of neglected historic buildings, this former covered market spent several sorry decades as a used clothing bazaar. Today, after a several-million-euro facelift, the city-owned and -operated venue features sports facilities, rehearsal rooms, concert halls, and other spaces where artists, musicians, actors, and fashion mavens can strut their stuff. This means you can see theater, music or dance, watch fashion shows, work out, or enjoy a film—programming is eclectic.