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Historic sights

This section highlights some of the magnificent monuments and historical buildings, which define Valencia's unique persona.

Among our top suggestions is the famous Central Market , the Silk Exchange (Lonja de la Seda), the Towers (Las Torres) and the imposing Cathedral.

See below for descriptions of all the historic attractions or choose a different type of attraction:



Plaza de la Virgen

A visit to Plaza de la Virgin is central to Valencia.  A must see when visiting the Cathedral, Plaza de la Virgen is simply a pleasure to walk around or to sit down for a drink and enjoy this less frequented corner of the city.

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Plaza de la Reina

The Plaza de la Reina is without doubt, one of the hottest spots in the city.

Come down to this square at Calle de la Paz and Calle San Vicente, just down from Town Hall Square. With the Santa Catalina church tower emerging in the southwest corner, this pretty square is the perfect place to relax and taste a typical horchata at Santa Catalina’s two hundred year old cafe.

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Quart and Serranos Towers

These two city gate towers are the most tangible remains of the ancient walled city of Valencia.

These landmark defence towers protected against intruders entering the city walls of ancient Valencia. The towers have stood alone since the city walls were demolished at the end of the XIX century.

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Plaza Redonda

What was once a fish market years ago, has become a unique "square" (it's actually round), and an ideal place for a stroll and some souvenir shopping.

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Palau de la Musica Concert Hall

Since opening in 1987, the Palau de la Musica concert hall has been the centre of musical life and culture in Valencia.

Designed by architect José María Paredes, this magnificent building boasts a huge glass dome, which sits parallel to the river suggesting freshness, transparency and integration with the environment.

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