Housing the original "Holy Grail" and a 207 step climb of the tower to get panoramic city views.
The Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia, alternatively known as Saint Mary's Cathedral or Valencia Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic parish church in Valencia.
Historical place. You can’t come to Valencia and not visit the Cathedral+Basilica. Every Thursdays you can see the historical “tribunal de les aigües”, they are judges deciding about water.
The beautiful and historic Spanish city of Valencia is a major tourist destination in Europe. While you will love exploring the amazing central market and marine aquarium, there are destinations for the religiously inclined too. In fact, religious or not, you ought to pay a visit to the ancient…
“If you love food, seeing a traditional market in full flow, or even architecture, come to Central Market, one of the largest in Europe. From meats to sweets to olives and oils, fruit and veg to traditional drinks, this market has it all. ”
“Amazing cutting edge architectural creation at the end of Rio de Turia (the big park that surronds the city). It will let you brethlessfor its majesty. Place of culture for the science museum, the aquarium and the great Reina Sofia theatre.”
“The Lonja is an emblematic building of the city and one of the most famous civil gothic monuments in Europe. It was declared a National Historic and Artistic Monument in July1931 and was made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in December 1996.”
“Plaza de Toros de Valencia is a bullring in València. It was built between 1850 and 1859 in the neoclassical style, inspired by civil Roman architecture such as the Colosseum in Rome or the Arena of Nîmes. It was built by the Valencian architect Sebastián Monleón Estellés.”
“It is an important landmark and one of the best preserved monuments of Valencia. Of the ancient city wall, which was pulled down in 1865 on the orders of the provincial governor Cirilio Amorós, only the Serrans Towers, the 15th century Quart Towers, and some other archaeological remains and ruins, such as those of the Jewish Gate (Puerta de los Judíos), have survived. The Torres de Serrans were built in the 14th century, 1392, by Pere Balaguer. It was the main entrance to the city and it was originally built with a defensive function. From 1586 until 1887 the towers were used as a prison for nobles. Las Torres de Serranos o Puerta de Serranos son una de las dos puertas fortificadas de la muralla medieval de Valencia (España) que aún permanecen en pie. El conjunto está formado por dos torres poligonales unidas por un cuerpo central donde se abre la puerta propiamente dicha, con forma de arco de medio punto. Es Bien de Interés Cultural desde 1931”