Habitat Center offers many cultural spectacles along the year, including cinema, dance, theater, conferences, music and beyond, of great quality. It is definetely worthed to see the programme of the week and assist to any of these events. Entrance to most of them have to be paid, but costs are moderate. There are also some exhibitions of contemporary art and intellectual production for free. The intellectual ambience here is nice and enjoyable. What is missing is a restaurant or coffee place which would portray a similar setting because the offer in this sense is poor. There is a place called Eatiopia which is a sort of fast food court, as well as an American Fast Food Restaurant which are expensive and food is not good. So, better to visit the Habitat Center for the cultural offer and not for eating.
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