Discover Valencia in 5 days

Located southeast of the peninsula, Valencia is the third most populated city in Spain. It is characterized by its exquisite historical and cultural heritage, where it highlights emblematic spaces such as its City of Arts and Sciences and the attractions that are contemplated in it.

  1. Silk market
    Address: Carrer de la Llotja, 2, 46001 Valencia, Valencia
    Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10.00 a 19.00 hours. Sunday and holidays, from 10.00 a 14.00 hours
    Contact: 962 08 41 53
  2. Parish of San Nicolás de Bari and San Pedro Mártir
    Address
    : Carrer dels Cavallers, 35, 46001 Valencia, Valencia
    Schedule
    Contact: 963 91 33 17
  3. Cathedral of Santa Maria of Valencia
    Address
    : Plaça de l’Almoina, s/n, 46003 Valencia, Valencia
    Schedule
    Contact: 963 91 81 27
  4. Royal Basilica of the Forsaken
    Address
    : Plaza de la Virgen, s/n, 46001 Valencia, Valencia
    Schedule: Every day from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
    Contact: 963 91 92 14
  5. Serranos Towers
    Address
    : Plaça dels Furs, s/n, 46003 Valencia
    Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.. Sundays and holidays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
    Contact: 963 91 90 70

The itinerary of the first day coincides with that of the route of the 2 Y 3 days. The day begins by visiting the Silk Exchange (1), old square of the merchants of the place and area of ​​multiple exchanges.

Once we start from our starting point, We will go up Calle Danzas and Plaza del Forn de Sant Nicolau until we reach Carrer de l´Abadia de Sant Nicolau, where we will find one of the favorite tourist destinations, the Parish of San Nicolás de Bari and San Pedro Mártir (2). Its wonderful interior bathed in frescoes make it known as "the Valencian Sistine Chapel".

We will continue northeast along Calle de Caballeros and Plaça de la Mare de Déu, where the road divides into two important sites. First we will go south to meet the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Valencia (3) and then we will move north to discover the Royal Basilica of the Forsaken (4) and continue on our way.

To reach the top of the central area of ​​Valencia and conclude our tour of the day, We will go down Calle Salvador until it converges with Calle del Conde de Trénor, where a little further to the left we will see the Serranos Towers (5), old entrances and jails from medieval times.

  1. Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia
    Address
    : Carrer de Sant Pius V, 9, 46010 Valencia, Valencia
    Schedule: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Contact: 963 87 03 00
  2. Puente and Jardines del Real
    Address
    : Pont del Real, 46010 Valencia, Valencia

We started the second day from our last destination the day before, the Serranos Towers. We continue a few meters east along Calle del Conde de Trénor until we reach the Puente de la Trinidad, that we will cross it until we find the avenue of Calle San Pío V, where in a few steps we will give with the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia (1) that compiles a precious collection of sculpture, painting and archeology, among others.

Once this well-deserved visit is over, we move further east along Calle Pío V until we reach the Puente del Real (2) and face the Gardens of the Real (3), our last visits of the day. As you can well imagine by its name, it is about the foundations that remain of the old Royal Palace, where we can see the entrance to the home of the monarchs and the leafy set that surrounded it. The rest of the day we can take advantage of it to take a walk through the two extensions and begin to familiarize ourselves with the area.

  1. González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts
    Address
    : Carrer del Poeta Querol, 2, 46002 Valencia, Valencia
    Schedule: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm. Sundays and holidays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    Contact: 963 51 63 92
  2. Valencia City Council
    Address
    : Town hall Square, 1, 46002 Valencia, Valencia
    Contact: 963 52 54 78

On the third day we will go back to the Lonja de la Seda to start the route. We will walk a few meters south along Calle de los Derechos and Calle de la Abadía San Martín, until we reach our first goal, he González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts (1) where we will discover the exhibition of the expedition carried out the previous century by González Martí.

We will leave by Calle Poeta Querol where we will descend a little more until we return a little to the west through the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, where we will find a beautiful open space that surrounds the Valencia City Council (2). The rest of the time we will spend it to walk around the area, full epicenter of the Ciutat Vella where we will find one of the most powerful leisure and shopping areas.

  1. Sea Gate
    Address
    : Plaza de la Porta de la Mar, S/N, 46003 Valencia, Valencia
  2. Paseo de la Ciudadela
    Address:
    Paseo de la Ciutadella, Valencia
  3. Fallero Museum
    Address
    : Plaza Monteolivete, 4, 46006 Valencia
    Schedule: Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm and Sundays from 10am to 2pm
    Contact: 962 08 46 25

We will start our day from the González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts that we met the day before, We will go up a few meters towards Calle de la Paz and we will continue straight east, just surrounding the Park of the Gardens of the Glorieta, to find the Sea Gate (1), the old entrance to the old Royal Palace.

Once we finish, We will continue advancing for a few moments to the left where it will come out onto the long avenue that begins at the Paseo de la Ciudadela (2). We will start to lower it, stopping at the different bridges that separate the Ciutat Vella neighborhood with Mestalla.

We will continue descending the avenue until we reach the Fallero Museum (3), our last sightseeing tour of the day, where we will learn more about the traditional Fallas of Valencia.

On the last day we will start our route from the Fallero Museum, located at the end of the avenue of Calle Alcalde Reig. A little further down, we will find one of the most visited destinations in the center, the curious the City of Arts and Sciences (1), an immense enclosure with a powerful cultural wealth.

Our last tourist itinerary will consist of an intensive indoor day, where we will walk through its avenues surrounded by water and visit its modern references, without being able to forget the aquarium of Oceanographic (2), the interactive science Museum (3) and the curious Hemisferic (4).