Valencia City Tour
Fully Guided Valencia City Tour - Valencia walking tour discovering the city
Visit Valencia city top sights on a full-day trip.
The Valencia City Tour includes pick up/drop off from Torrevieja, Orihuela Costa and Alicante (upon request, free of charge), guided Valencia walking city tour to most important landmarks, like the Valencia Old Town streets, Valencia Cathedral, Lonja de la Seda.
Also, we visit the City of Arts and Sciences to discover its architectural uniqueness.
*NOTICE* that the entrance tickets inside the museum are not included in the price.
*NOTICE* that the lunch is not included in the price.
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Valencia is the third-largest city in Spain. Valencia’s second name is the land of festive lights and flowers. Valencia city located in the southeastern part of Spain, on the Mediterranean coast.
Valencia is well known for clean and golden sand beaches, mild-warm climate, orange groves, delicious food and cosy, quiet fishing villages.
Valencia today is a modern and dynamic city with a long history and fascinating traditions.
What to see in Valencia
Valencia is considered the leader of tourism in Europe. Valencia city pleases everyone.
You can appreciate the beautiful sights, incredible flavours and brightest colours of this paradise city. Tour through beautiful parks that add a fantastic atmosphere of romance to the city. What could be better?
Here you can experience the feeling of 18th-century neoclassicism with its flowing fountains, arches and alleys.
Valencia is a very versatile city that offers its guests many must-see places.
Valencia Cathedral is a magnificent building that is a collection of different eras and styles.
The cathedral built in the 13th century. Its architecture and interior intricately intertwined Romanesque, French Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassicism. Valencia Cathedral located in the heart of the Old Town – an area called El Carmen. The cathedral connects two central squares of the district – Plaza del la Reina and Plaza de la Virgen.
The cathedral has a spiral staircase going up to the terrace of El Miguelete, the tower of the cathedral which offers a beautiful panorama of the historic centre of Valencia.
City of Arts and Sciences
The City of Arts and Sciences is one of Valencia’s landmarks. It is a complex of cultural, architectural and entertainment facilities, opened in 1998. Probably one of the most impressive structures of this type in Europe and the world.
This futuristic complex consists of the Science Museum (Museo de las Ciencias Principe Felipe), the Oceanographic Park (Oceanogràfic), the Planetarium (Hemisfèric), the Umbracle Botanical Gardens, the Palau de Les Arts Reina Sofia and the multifunctional centre Agora (Àgora).
Visiting this amazing place is like travelling to the future! By visiting it, you get knowledge but also enjoy stunning views.
Lonja de la Seda (Llotja de la Seda)
The Silk Exchange (Lonja de la Seda) is a must-see if you are in Valencia. Built between 1482 and 1548, it is a masterpiece of late Gothic architecture and reflects Valencia’s heyday as a major commercial city in the Mediterranean from the 15th to 16th centuries.
The Silk Bourse included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. A prime example of the late Gothic, symbolizing the power and wealth of Mediterranean trading cities.
A few minutes walking distance from the Lonja de la Seda is the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, there located the buildings of the City Hall and the Ministry of Communications.