Old Town and historic sights
Valencia Central Market
The Central Market is a display of Valencia's modernist architecture. With construction dating back to 1914, the building has been recently refurbished, displaying an impressive entry and colourful ceramic tiles.
Enjoy a guided visit to the market with a local chef on our Valencia Paella Cooking Class.
Apart from the Central Market's undisputed aesthetic value, the variety and quality of produce is impressive. A rich variety of fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, seafood and meat, are found along with many other gourmet products.
The market is bright, colourful and full of aromas and flavours. Sellers allow buyers to try products before buying. You can also find cafes and tapas bars right on the entry staircase.
TIP! Buy a few grammes of delicious Iberian ham at one of the gourmet stalls and check out the live eels.
Monday to Saturday: 8am - 3pm
Tel: 96 382 91 00.
How to get there:
Address - Market Square, 46001 Valencia.
By bus: The number 7 bus stops next to the market, or take a bus to Town Hall and walk (2 minute walk)
By metro: Take the red or green line (3 or 5) to Xativa. With the station behind you, walk to City Hall Square (2 minutes), and continue to the left for a couple of minutes to the Central Market (opposite the Silk Exchange).
By train: Take the train to North Station. Xatvia metro station is outside. Follow above directions from the metro station.
From bus station: Take metro (yellow line 1) to Angel Guimera and change to the red line (3) or green (5). Get off at Xativa. From here it is a short 5-minute walk.