• Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències: An ultramodern architectural complex next to the riverbed that has been designed by Santiago Calatrava. The complex is composed of a variety of buildings that include science museums, the largest oceanarium in Europe, a botanic garden with plants native to the region, an auditorium, and 3D and educational cinema.
  • Santa María de València’s Cathedral: It was initially a roman temple, a visigothic cathedral, and a moorish mosque. Later on, it became a gothic cathedral whose initial construction dates back from 1262. Numerous remodelations have also introduced elements from other architectural styles. El Micalet, a unusual octagonal bell tower is one of the main landmarks in the cathedral, and allows a pleasant view of the whole city
  • Llotja de la Seda: This is an UNESCO landmark and it is considered one of the most relevant Gothic buildings in Europe. It was initially built in 1482 for the earlier exchange of oil and other goods.Now it is open for visits and educational tours that exhibit the exquisite Gothic style of the building.
  • Torres de Quart y de Serrano: These two towers are good excellent examples, in good condition, and remains of the old city wall that engulfed the whole city. Nowadays, both are observatories that provide an excellent sight of the city and a glimpse of Valencia’s history. 
  • Almodí: This site was an old Moorish palace, and it was later reconstructed in the 14th century with Moorish style as the city’s granary. Nowadays it can be visited and it is a venue for many temporary art exhibitions. 
  • Banys de l’Almirall (Almirante Muslim Baths): Although it was built in 1313 after the Christian reconquista, this bathhouse was built with Arabic style and it is considered an excellent example of the Moorish architecture.
  • Church of Saint Nicholas: It was originally built in the 13th century, but later remodelations have introduced elements of both the Gothic and Baroque style. The decorations include gilded carving and frescoes that show the life of Saint Nicholas. This is one of the best examples of an original Gothic structure blended with Baroque decoration. There is also a neo-Gothic gate that was added later in the 19th century.
  • Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas: This is an exquisite 18th century mansion that is well-known for its opulently decorated facade and its alabaster doorway. Now this palace houses the National Ceramic Museum.
Palacio Marqués de Dos Aguas
Iglesia de San Nicolas
Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciencies
Almirall
Almodí
Torres de Serrano
La Lonja
Catedral de Valencia
Palacio Marqués de Dos Aguas Iglesia de San Nicolas Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciencies Almirall Almodí Torres de Serrano La Lonja Catedral de Valencia