"A unique experience will be delivered in this 4h private Lladró factory visit.Our first stop will be at the City of Arts and Science a special futuristic complex designed by the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava. We will have time for some pictures and amazing panoramic views.We will continue our visit with a panoramic drive in the city center of Valencia: colon Market Valencia's bullring Town Hall square Central Market and Silk Exchange Building.After this visit we will move to the Lladró factory located in a surrounding village of Valencia.This will be a unique and private visit here to enjoy the differen process that this luxury porcelaine figures have.Upon availability of the date
"The Lladró factory porcelain figurines are the ultimate art of Valencian ceramics. You will visit the entire factory and you will have the chance to meet some artists designing the figurines. There are also video presentations of the histo it is when we will visit on the first hand all the porcelain creation process started at the beginning of the 50s. The complex holds a large exhibition / shop where you can view most of Lladró works currently in production. This will be a un where you will be all the time accompanied by expert and licensed guides. After that visit the city center in a panoramic drive around Valencia including the City of Arts and Sciences the Turia riverbed Colon Market
"With the Valencia Card enjoy savings of up to 50% on local prices! With public transport included for the duration of your city pass plus discounted car and bike rental your Valencia Card allows you to discover the city with ease.Free Public Transport:Travel on Valencia’s buses trams and underground trains for free. Restrictions apply but you can travel throughout Zone ABCD by bus and tram and Zone AB on the underground network. Your public transport ticket is valid for the same duration as your city pass
I want to suggest that place because it's a great option for the traveller. I spent a whole week in Valencia, learning Spanish, meeting people, eating paella, going to parties, everything arranged by...
González Martí National Museum of Ceramics & Decorative Arts
The National Museum of Ceramics and Decorative Arts is a pleasant diversion from the streets of the Historic Centre.
The building itself, the former Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas, is imposing as...