Valencia has more than 40 museums where you can enjoy history, culture architecture and art. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the main museums in the old town.But you can enjoy culture architecture in valencia’ historic Center.The Cathedral, the towers of the City or the Marques de dos Aguas Palace…
What to visit in Valencia? The cathedral, date back to the 13th century. It has various architectural styles, from the Romanesque to the baroque, as can be observed on the three doors: The main door, or Puerta de los Hierros, is baroque; the door of the Apóstoles is gothic and the Puerta del Palau is Romanesque.
The Miguelete belfry was built in the 13th and 14th centuries and was designed by Andrés Juliá Torre; the Miguelete is octagonal, 50.80m high and built in a markedly baroque style.
The Santo Cáliz Chapel, the old Sala Capitular y de Estudios 1356 was originally a Chapter House and study and was separate from the cathedral.
The Holy Grail that according to tradition was used by Christ during the last Supper is kept inside.
What to visit in Valencia? The towers of the city.
The towers are the main witnesses of the medieval walls of Valencia, they were the main access to the town. During the time of its construction they were perceived as the urban symbol of a city through a business expansion. Serranos Tower and quart Towers
What to visit in Valencia? The Marqués de Dos aguas Palace
The Marques de Dos Aguas palace,combines rococco, neo-classical and oriental elements. The baroque entrance to the building never fails to impress the visitors.
The fully furbished interior of the palace and the best of ceramics is what Valencia offered through the centuries.The palace belonged to, El marques de Dos Aguas. The building originally was a Gothic. The palace dates from S XV, and has been fully re-shaped since then. In 1740 it was refurbish to Baroque by Hipolito Rovira, the same time the famous door was added. In 1949 the palace was bought by the government, to keep ceramic’s collection donated by Dr. Gonzalez Marti.
What to visit in Valencia? Walks in Valencia, one, two or three days, one weekend tourism trip. Itineraries and guided tours that allow you to enjoy