Design your walking tour of the Ciutat Vella de Valencia. Duration 3 hours. Town Hall Square, Round Square, Central Market, Silk Exchange, Basilica of the Virgin of the Forsaken, Generalitat Palace, Serranos Towers, Benicarló Palace, Cathedral, Plaza de la Reina, Plaza de la Almoina, Plaza del Archbishop, Crypt of San Vicente, Plaza de Sant Vicent Ferrer, Calle La Paz, Plaza del Patriarca, Colegio del Patriarca, Old University Cloister, Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas….
The little Sistine Chapel
Parish of San Nicolás de Bari and San Pedro Mártir. Founded in the 13th century and completely transformed during the Baroque period, it has become an essential place to visit in Valencia. Did you know that night visits are organized on Thursdays and Fridays? You have to reserve.
La Albufera is the largest freshwater lake in Spain, and an important wetland where birds of up to 300 different species take refuge. The autumn months are the liveliest from an ornithological point of view. The Albufera National Park is a unique place where you will find different ecosystems. Strolling along the marked routes you can explore marshes and pine forests, or get closer to the natural dunes of its fantastic wild beaches.
The Valencian “Paella”
It is one of the essential heritage of the gastronomy of the Valencian Community, you cannot pass through Valencia without tasting a good paella. Where do you recommend I go if I want to try a good paella?
Horchata with Fartons
Where to have a tasty and refreshing artisan Horchata in Valencia ?. An energetic and highly digestive drink, it is made from tiger nuts, a herbaceous plant whose cultivation grows especially well in the Valencian region of L’Horta Nord. There are many establishments in Valencia capital and surroundings that make horchata in an artisanal way, following a tradition that has passed from generation to generation.
Go for tapas in Valencia
Going out for tapas has become more than just going out for lunch or dinner. We consider it part of our culture and an act to socialize with others.
Going for tapas in Valencia is synonymous with enjoying and sharing good times with friends and family.
We present some of them