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  • 1. La Albufera

    Lake Albufera is only 12k's south of the city. Lake Albufera is huge. It spans about 27sq kms and is very shallow - about 1.5m deep. It is a national park and surrounded by wetlands with about 250...

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  • 2. Explore the City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia

    For some really impressive modern architecture you couldn't go wrong by taking some time to explore this amazing new complex of buildings on the edge of...

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  • 3. Have fun at the Science Museum

    Not only is this a very 'hands on', interactive style Museum which children and grown-ups will find fun and enjoyable it is also an amazing architectural...

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  • 4. Miguelette

    The Cathedral octagonal belltower is devoted to Sacred Michael, therefore it is named Miguelette. It was the minaret of the old mosque.The height of the...

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  • 5. Bull Ring

    You can see bull-fights in Valencia if you’re interested in such attractions (not me!).The Bull Ring has been the centre of Valencia's bull-fighting for almost...

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  • 6. Arch at Plaza del Arzobispo

    There is the picturesque arch thrown through street at the east side of the Cathedral. There is Plaza del Arzobispo in several meters from its wall on which it...

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  • 7. Iglesia de San Joan del Mercado

    The Gothic church - Iglesia de San Joan del Mercado towers near to Mercado Central. There is a stock exchange - Lonja at another side of Plaza del...

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  • 8. Iglesia de Santa Catalina

    Baroque church Santa Catalina is one of Valencia's landmarks. Locals call El Micalet and Santa Catalina "husband and wife" because both are very close to each...

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  • 9. Plaza de la Virgen

    The main square of Valencia - Plaza de la Virgen is the picturesque emblem of the Old Town: the Basilica de la Virgen, the back portal of the Cathedral and the...

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  • 10. Palau de Generalitat

    One of the oldest streets of Valencia - Calle Caballeros conducts to the Palace of the government (Palau de Generalitat). The name of the street is connected...

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  • 11. The City of Arts and Sciences

    Besides the Old centre you will see the modern City of Arts and Sciences. It is a huge futuristic educational complex designed for Valencia by the famous...

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  • 12. Plaza de Ayuntamento

    We started to explore the centre of Valencia from Plaza de Ayuntamento which is the centre point of Valencia and is fairly impossible to miss. The Ayuntamento...

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  • 13. Iglesia de la Nuestra Senora de los Desamparados

    Basilica de Virgen de Los Desamparados is the second most important religious structure after the Cathedral.It is one of the first Baroque buildings in Spain...

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  • 14. Mercado Central

    Continuing walk along Avenida Maria Cristina it is possible to see a facade of one more construction of an epoch of a modernist style - the Central market...

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  • 15. Llotja de la Seda ("Silk Exchange")

    The Llotja de la Seda ("Silk Exchange") is a late Valencian Gothic style civil building constructed between 1482 and 1548. It is one of the principal tourist...

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  • 16. Saint Mary Cathedral - Sacred Graal

    The main treasure of the Cathedral of Valencia is Sacred Graal. It is stored in chapel of Capilla del Santo Caliz. According to a legend Joseph Arimafej...

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  • 17. Saint Mary's Cathedral

    The Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia, alternatively known as Saint Mary's Cathedral or Valencia Cathedral, is a Roman...

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  • 18. Plaza del Ayuntamiento

    The Town Hall Square is the name given to the most important and central square of the city of Valencia (Spain). It has had several names, Emilio Castelar in...

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  • 19. Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències

    The Ciutat de les Arts and Sciences (Valencian) or Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Spanish) (the City of Arts and Sciences) is a cultural-scientific complex...

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  • 20. Jardín Botánico

    The Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia (Valencian: Botanic Garden of the University of Valencia), is a botanical garden located in the city of...

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  • 21. Plaza de Toros

    This Valencian arena was built around 1850 by architect Sebastien Monleon in neoclassic style. It had to be a scaled down version of the famous Colosseum in...

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  • 22. The Silk Exchange

    La Lonja de la Seda (the Silk Exchange) is a 15th Century Gothic-style trading hall. It has been designated as a World Heritage site.Hours: Tues-Sat, 10 a.m. to...

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  • 23. Lladro Factory

    The Lladro factory tour is very interesting even though their porcelain figurines aren’t my kind of collectibles. Some of their pieces are very complex, and...

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  • 24. City of Arts and Sciences -how to get 50% discount

    The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is one of the main attraction in the city. Unfortunately the ticket is quite expensive, but...there is an easy trick...

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  • 25. Torre Miguelete

    There is enough said about the Cathedral of Valencia but if you go to Cathedral de Santa Maria,La Seu, then don`t forget to clime the tower witch is next to it,...

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