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La Lonja de la Seda
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
San Miguel de los Reyes Monastery
Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites
Jose Benlliure House\/Museum
Historic Sites, Speciality Museums
Plaza de Toros de Valencia
Arenas & Stadiums, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Speciality Museums, History Museums
Plaza del Ayuntamiento
Government Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Ermita de Santa Lucia
Points of Interest & Landmarks
La Brigada Grafica
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Central Market (Mercado Central)
Architectural Buildings, Flea & Street Markets, Shopping Malls
Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina)
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
La Lonja de la Seda
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites
North Station
Architectural Buildings, Mass Transportation Systems
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Central Market (Mercado Central)
#1 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Great indoor market with so many beautiful smells and sights... all you can think of is here and every Valencia delicacy... highly recommended if staying in an apartment... xxx
Close to Palza de la Reina, easy to find because is in the heart of the city, in front of the Lonja de la Seda( must visit this place), the market offer you an amazing view of the valencianos food, starting from t...
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City of the Arts and Sciences
#2 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Such amazing architecture and such wonderful surroundings its well worth visiting and I think for many they will be in awe of the amazing structures, go and see the garden up on the bridge, also showing you a view...
Just the buildings are one of the best views anyone can have, the surrounding area is also perfect, different extensive gardens and pools where you can practice some sports or enjoy a lunch in a bright and sunny day.
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Parroquia de San Nicolas de Bari y San Pedro Martir
#3 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Yes, the modern City of Arts and Sciences is well worth a look, but we were also pleasantly surprised by the interesting sights of the old town.
This church is hidden from street view but once inside you are surprised at vastness and wealth of art on display.
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Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas
#4 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
We had a busy day trying to see all the sights in the city and remembered we needed to visit this at around 5pm! We rushed there and to our surprise it was open late and even better it's free entry on Saturdays af...
For 3 euro you get a view in history by ceramics.
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Basilica de la Virgen de los Desamparados
#5 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
This place is lovely and such amazing sights.
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Iglesia del Patriarca o del Corpus Christi
#6 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Casco Antiguo
#7 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
If you like ancient or antique art, visit the old streets and her nice architecture who has a soul, quit , charming and calmly; very nice old sites and monuments to admire, also charming cafes to drink a coffee or...
On your way you will find amazing landmarks as La Lonja, El mercado central, Las torres de Quart y de Serrano, as well as lots of independent cafes, shops and art studios.
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Plaza del Mercado (Placa del Mercat)
#8 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
This is a great market for food but also just to wander round and take in the great smells of Spain fantastic sights and sounds great architecture made us wish we were self catering just a fab place
Fascinating place to wander around, have nibbles, buy your lunch, etc. Wide choice of goods to buy or view.
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Iglesia de San Juan del Hospital
#9 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
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Plaza de la Virgen
#10 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
A perfect place to walk , do some fun activities- Segway tours and have a historic view of the city- the buildings, culture, there are city tours provided by city council for free.
... performer, when the sun hits you can just sit and tan and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere with great views, when the sun sets, the fountain and the building surrounding it all light up and it's just gorgeous to ...
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Barrio del Carmen
#11 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
This northern and western part of the old town is a wonderful collection of narrow streets and squares containing historical buildings, monuments and sights inter mingled with plenty of bars, restaurants and eater...
Lots of little cafes, people-watching sites (tiny plazas) and bars, churches if that is your thing (San Nicholas for sure) and some exceedingly fine places to eat.
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North Station
#12 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Immediately to the side of the landmark bull fighting arena and a ten to twelve minute walk to the cathedral, Plaza de la Virgen and the old city.
Just pop in to view the magnificent mosaic tiling picturing Valencia oranges covering the ceilings & walls, together with the stained glass windows - stunning.
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Central Post Office (Edificio de Correos y Telegrafos)
#13 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Inside it's a fabulous circular atrium and whilst modern service desks it's still lovely to view and the ceiling dome is fantastic.
There are many cafes nearby in the square to relax and view the architecture, of which, this is one of the best.
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Chapel of the Holy Grail
#14 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
The site speaks for itself, but being able to visit this beautiful chapel and see the Holy Grail with your own eyes is incredible.
There is an amazing amount of painting, sculptures and even a small museum with its own down stairs archaeological area to view before you get to the room with the grail.
La Lonja de la Seda
#15 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
It is a highly intricately decorated Gothic structure listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a nice garden full of orange trees and a water fountain and toilets, nice to get away from the heat of the city st...
A unique historic site that is a must-visit in Valencia for those who love historic buildings.
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Miguelete
#16 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
The view from the top is incredible and you can see many landmarks - the Plaza de la Virgen and cathedral next door, the central market, Torres Quart and Torres Serranos, the city of arts and sciences, the sea and...
Well worth the 207 steps and couple of Euro admission fee for these fantastic panoramic views over the old city out to Malva rossa and beyond .. remember to take your camera
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Plaza del Ayuntamiento
#17 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
It's the central square where you can start the feeling of the beating hearth of Valencia... Historical buildings around and superb architectural sites (don´t forget visit the large Post Office).
we stopped at a small café next to the fountain and just chilled with a reasonably priced drink with a great view of the square watching the world go by.
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Ayuntamiento de Valencia
#18 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
This is a great place to walk into - with a great view of the square from the balcony upstairs - and its free to visit
Historical landmark - see from the outside
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Valencia Cathedral
#19 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Beautiful cathedral!! Perfect location ....Awesome panoramic city view from the tower!
A beautiful classic church in the heart of Valencia with free admittance on Sunday's and great views
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Plaza de la Reina
#20 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
An easy climb which is rewarded by a wonderful view over the wonderful city of Valencia.
Great square to visit with a great view of the Cathedral of Valencia.
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Trinquet de Pelayo (Recinto Deportivo)
#21 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
The best view of the match is from the upper gallery, almost above the centreline - but watch out for the ball!
Real Monasterio de la Valldigna
#22 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
We wandered around enjoying the information, the sites, the views and the peacefulness on a lovely spring day.
The layout of the different parts of the historic site was really good and provided great views across all aspects.
Puente de las Flores
#23 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
This area of the city is beautiful with sidewalks, grassy areas, water views, and gorgeous flora.
To be able to view the bridges from below was quite unique and well worth seeing.
Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina)
#24 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
A beautiful and atmospheric church with fantastic views from the tower.
The best thing is to go up the tower and enjoy the great view over the City of Valencia !
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Torres de Serranos
#25 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Each set of steps you go up you think the views are incredible and then you realise there are more steps or there's a ledge that you've missed so you can see every corner of the city.
The towers are a fantastic landmark in Valencia, offering an insight into the city's fascinating history.
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Torres de Quart
#26 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
There are many stairs to the top but the view is amazing from the top I loved the spiral staircase in the turret .
You can climb and get stunning views of the city and marvel at the workmanship of earlier times.
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Assut de l'Or Bridge
#27 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Cross this bridge , but stop in the middle and take in the view across the City of Arts and Sciences grounds and the L'Umbrage sculptured gardens.
Plaza de Toros de Valencia
#28 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Walking around the third tier concourse offers some great views of the city.
Historical site built in 1850.
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Museo y Colegio del Arte Mayor de la Seda
#29 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
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Puerto de Valencia
#30 of 131 Sights & Landmarks in Valencia
Clean city, great views, many restaurants, friendly people, lots of attractions: plenty to do for all ages
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