Holiday in Valencia – Your guide to Valencia, Spain

 

What to see in Valencia?

  1. City of Arts and Sciences: Designed by Santiago Calatrava (a native of Valencia), spend hours exploring the stunning buildings and museums strung along the old river bed of the Turia amongst clear, blue pools and leafy parks.
  2. Valencia Town Hall: With its neoclassical clock tower and copper dome, the Town Hall is an iconic building located in the beautiful Plaza del Ayuntamiento named after it.
  3. Serrano Towers: Apart from acting as an impressive entryway to the medieval city, the towers were used to imprison Royal and high-ranking noblemen and were restored in the mid 1990’s.
  4. Saint Mary of Valencia Cathedral: This stunning gothic Cathedral was built on top of a mosque between 1252 and 1482 but has undergone many changes throughout the centuries adding Baroque, Romanesque, Renaissance and neo-classical touches.
  5. Peñíscola Castle: Perched on top of a hill jutting out into the water, this iconic castle was built by the Knights Templar in the 14th century and offers incredible views.
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