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If you have just one day to discover Valencia, do not worry, I suggest a program for you to make the most of your time. In just one day you will have a general idea of Valencia, the land of contrast.

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I recommend a visit to “Ciutat Vella” ,where you  can wander through the main squares and most symbolic spots. From Torres de Serranos (Serranos´ Gate) to Estación del Norte (North Station) you can not miss going to venues such as: Plaza de la Virgen (Virgin Square) The Basílica de los Desamparados, Almoina, Plaza de la Reina (Queen Square), The Cathedral, Plaza Redonda (Round Square), Plaza Lope de Vega, Mercado Central (Central Maket), Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange Building), Museo Nacional de Cerámica González Martí (The National Ceramics Museum Gonzalez Marti), Plaza del Ayuntamiento (The City Hall), Plaza de Toros (The bull ring) and Estación del Norte.

If you decide to start the tour the reverse, from the North Station to Serranos´Gate, you can stop at the nearest tourist info to ask for any information about the city (Address: Plaza del Ayuntamiento, nº 1)



  • Visit the Central Market, one of the largest markets in Europe with fresh produce from the Valencia orchard and all the flavour and aromas from the Mediterranean.
  • Do not miss the most beautiful hall with plenty of helicoidal columns in the Silk Exchange building which is UNESCO world heritage listed.
  • Admire the Valencian Cathedral and climb the Miguelete steps to have the most beautiful views of Valencia.
  • Do not miss the chance to try our delicious local drink, the horchata. Do not forget to order a farton to accompany the drink!



All the public museums are open on Sunday mornings and bank holidays and they are free these days.

Once you have explored the old town, I suggest you turn the tour around by 180 degrees. It is time to discover the futuristic area of Valencia, The City of Arts and Sciences.There,  you will walk around and you will have a lot of activities to enjoy such as tridimensional films at the Hemisfèric, scientific workshops at the Science Museum Príncipe Felipe or educational talks at the Ocenogràfic, the largest aquarium in Europe.


  • Go for a walk in the futuristic complex built by the well-regarded architect Santiago Calatrava, The City of Arts and Sciences.
  • You cannot miss the largest aquarium in Europe. You will learn about all the most important ecosystems in the world.



  • The aquarium, the Oceanogràfic organizes educational talks about dolphins and other animals of the park everyday. Check the timetable as soon as you get there so as  not to miss out on anything. Daring people will be able to sleep surrounded by sharks!
  • Palau de les Artes organises guided tours to explore one of the most important artistic venues in the world.
  • Th City Of Arts and Sciences is also a place where a lot of open-air concerts are taking place.


Ciutat Vella (Old town) has an extensive range of gastronomy where you can taste the authentic valencian paella or yummy mediterranean  food.


Fundación Turismo Valencia and Ayuntamiento de Valencia organize  twice a year ““Cuina Oberta o Valéncia Restaurant Week” where the best restaurants of Valencia offer some cheap gourmet set menus.

If you would like me to accompany you during one day, do not hesitate to contact me and I will arrange everything for you.
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