Discover one of the most famous cities in Spain, renowned for its beauty and for its great monumental wealth with our most essential tour.
Discover the iconic Valencia of the 20th century. This journey takes you to the less touristic places and you will enjoy the best known Valencia.
Discover with the best local guides how the street art has conquered the heart of this city to become an open-air museum.
Discover the most emblematic places and traditions of the Valencia Falles, a festival that has been declared Intangible Cultural Heritage since 2016.
Enjoy the Valencian most colourful and funny festival of the year. The impressive figures will turn to ashes after the amazing flames.
Valencia is a gem on the Spanish coast, where history, futuristic structures, arts and sciences create an incredible mix and allow us to enjoy every moment in this wonderful city. The best place to start our route to discover Valencia is the Plaza de la Virgen where three of the city's best-known and most emblematic buildings are located: the Palacio de la Generalidad, the Catedral de Santa María and the Basilica de la Virgen de the helpless. And in this square we can find the most symbolic source in Valencia too, the Fuente del Turia, in which the figures of naked young people representing the eight ditches receive water from the Río Turia. Join our Free Walking Tour Valencia and we will help you to know the history and symbolism not only of this square, but of the entire city and thanks to our local guide tour in Spanish you will fall in love with this city.
The City of Arts and Sciences is a must-see in Valencia, where there is a leisure complex to enjoy. Among other monuments here is the Oceanographic, the Science Museum, the Queen Sofia Palace of the Arts and the Agora. As you can see, you can make a variety of excursions and tours with us.
When we visit Valencia, we have to go to the Lonja de la Seda, which in Europe is one of the most famous buildings of the civil Gothic style and in 1996 was declared a World Heritage Site.
Being in Valencia, it is inevitable not to try the famous Valencian paella. Apart from paella, we can try different typical Valencian dishes, in family restaurants in the historic center of the city, such as fideuá, which is a dish very similar to paella, in which rice is used instead of rice. they use noodles. For meat lovers, we recommend typical stew, the Valencian pot.
Do you want to discover this city and try its incredible gastronomy? We and the best free tours Valencia are waiting for you!