What to do in València

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València
Experience

València Tourist Card
Apply Online: http://www.valenciatouristcard.com/es/portada

Tourist Offices:
Calle de la Paz, 48. Tel: +34 963 986 422
Plaza del Ayuntamiento, 1 Tel:+34 963 524 908

http://www.turisvalencia.es/es/guia-turismo-valencia
http://rutas.lamardecerca.com

Essential Places

Plaza de la Virgen and
Cathedral Complex

21 centuries of history in the heart of the city, where you will find heritage treasures such as the Cathedral of Valencia, the Miguelete tower, the Basilica of the Virgin or the Almoina. Don’t miss the Water Tribunal declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO on Thursdays at 12:00 noon.

Market Square and
Silk Exchange

Immerse yourself in one of the largest markets in Europe, the Central Market, located inside a jewel of pre-modernist architecture, and enter one of the most representative buildings of civil Gothic style in Europe, the Silk Exchange, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Next to these buildings, do not miss the Church of Santos Juanes.

Barrio del Carmen and
its Palaces

The ancient quarter of the city grew between two walls, the Muslim and the Christian. A stroll through its labyrinthine cobbled streets flanked by imposing medieval buildings takes us back to other stages of history. Entering the palaces, going through the medieval gates of the Torres de Quart and the Torres de Serranos, and strolling through their most singular alcoves are pleasures that you should not miss.

Guided visits on foot through the Historical Centre in Valencia: www.turisvalencia.es

Don´t miss
BIOPARC

This innovative zoo in which the barriers are practically invisible, and the animals are at their ease, has an area of 100,000 m2. It has the peculiarity of involving the visitor totally in the habitat of the animals and not the opposite, as so often happens with traditional zoos. The concept is zoo-immersion.

Leopards, lemurs, hyenas, lions, giraffes, gorillas, rhinoceroses, hippos, porcupines, ostriches, elephants, otters… live together in this zoo world, which offers exciting experiences at everywhere and at all times.

www.bioparc.es Tel: 902 250 340

Visit to
Museums

34 museums to enjoy art, history, architecture… Enter 13th century Valencia through Baroque architecture and interior design in the National Ceramics Museum which is located in the Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas. Contemplate works by Sorolla, Goya or Zuloaga at the Museo de Bellas Artes San Pío V, get to know the Fallas at the Museo Fallero or contemplate contemporary art proposals at the IVAM or the MUVIM.

IVAM: Guillem de Castro, 118 / www.ivam.es / Tel: +34 963 863 000

FINE ARTS MUSEUM: San Pío V, 9 / www.museobellasartesvalencia.gva.es /Tel: +34 963 870 300

MUVIM: Guillém de Castro, 8 / www.muvim.es / Tel:+34 963 883 730

CERAMIC MUSEUM: Rinconada García Sanchiz, 6 / mnceramica.mcu.es / TeL: 963 516 392

FALLERO MUSEUM: Monteolivete Square, 4 / www.valencia.es / Tel:+34 963 525 478

L’IBER MUSEUM OF
TIN SOLDIERS

One of the most unique museums in this city and the largest museum of historical miniatures in the world. More than 95,000 pieces are exhibited, and that number grows day by day. It has 17 permanent exhibition halls, various temporary exhibition halls, a shop, event areas and a library of more than 3,000 m2. It is located in an old Gothic-style palace on Caballeros Street.

Calle Caballeros, 22 / www.museoliber.org /Tel: 963918675 / Tickets on sale at Reception

CIUDAD DE LAS
ARTES Y LAS CIENCIAS

Ejemplo de arquitectura futurista firmada por el arquitecto valenciano Santiago Calatrava, sus colosales edificios albergan un cine IMAX en l’ Hemisfèric, el mayor acuario de Europa en l’Oceanogràfic, una exposición didáctica e interactiva en Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe y la ópera más vanguardista en el Palau de les Artes Reina Sofía. Además, el impresionante puente de Assut de l’Or y el Ágora son un regalo para los sentidos.

L’OCEANOGRÀFIC

No puedes irte de Valencia sin visitar L’OCEANOGRÀFIC, el mayor acuario de Europa. Con siete ambientes marinos distintos, pueden verse cerca de 45.000 ejemplares de 500 especies diferentes, como delfines, belugas, morsas, leones marinos, focas, pingüinos o tiburones. No te pierdas tampoco la exhibición que cada día tiene lugar en el delfinario. Resérvate al menos medio día para visitarlo.

www.cac.es / Tel: 96 197 46 86 o 902 100 031 / Compra de entradas en Recepción