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Surpassed only by Barcelona and Madrid in population is the global, historic city of Valencia, Spain. Founded as a Roman colony more than 2000 years ago on the banks of the river Turia, Valencia has one of the largest historic city centers in the country, whose grand heritage of old buildings, monuments, and spectacular historic cityscapes create a wonderful tourist destination. Despite its historicity, though, Valencia has managed to move forward and create a modernized landscape that co-exists with its heritage. See how old and new collide in the eclectic city of Valencia, by booking our tours and activities in 2015.
Start any tour right with a Valencia Tourist Card, valid for 24, 48, or 72 hours. The Tourist Card gives you free use of public transport in important locations around the city, and discounts of up to 50% on various attractions as well as 25% on services.
Discover Valencia on a hop on hop off bus and board an open top double decker tour bus to explore the city in your own time. See the historic heart of the city where you’ll witness a museum of Roman ruins in the Plaza de la Almoina, the Tribunal de las Aguas (Water Court) listed as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage and the gothic Palau de la Generalitat.
Valencia is home to the amazing City of Arts and Sciences, a cultural complex devoted to the arts and sciences that presents itself through entertaining exhibits, and in no small part through the futuristic buildings designed by Santiago Calatrava and Felix Candela. Here you’ll get to skip the line at three difference spaces. See the Oceanografic, the biggest aquarium in Europe, and marvel at over 5,000 species of marine life, with five spaces devoted to different climates like Mediterranean and wetlands. Explore the Hemisferic, a complex with a 900-square-meter screen on which 3D projections are displayed, creating a visual feast that can’t be matched anywhere else. Visit the Museum of Science, where you can learn about science, technology, and life through interactive exhibits across 26,000 square meters.