Barrio del Carmen

Part of the historic city centre, this quarter rises between two walls: a Muslim wall dating back from the 11th century and a Christian one built in the 14th century.

Wander the streets and admire their rich historic legacy; its stunning medieval monuments will take you back in time to Valencia's past.

Lonja de la Seda (silk exchange)

Considered a gem of Gothic art, the silk exchange in Valencia is one of the most beautiful examples of civil Gothic architecture.

This historic building features la Torre (the Tower), la Sala del Consulado del Mar (the Hall of the Consulate of the Sea), el Patio de los Naranjos (the Orange Tree Courtyard), and el Salón de las Columnas (the Hall of Columns).

The City of Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Sciences is a futuristic and original work by architects Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, and is a unique complex devoted to leisure and culture, intended to promote scientific and cultural knowledge.

This avant-garde complex houses the Hemisfèric (IMAX movie theatre), the Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe, the Oceanogràfic (the largest aquarium in Europe), and the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, among others.



The Silk Route in Valencia

The Silk Route in Valencia

All year

The silk route reveals the importance of silk and its trade to Valencia. The city has Europe’s largest archives relating to silk, and important collections of 18th century silk textiles and looms.

Lladró Museum

Lladró Museum

All year

Opportunity to learn about the history of the company and the process of elaboration of the Lladró porcelain. Then we can enjoy with the exhibition of the latest pieces of the collection.


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