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Valencia a-la-carte Touring Options

There are 3 Optional a-la-carte Tours in Valencia which are a-la-carte purchases

4/8 - Flamenco Dancing and Music Night - tbd/Person - approx 3 hours - Additional Cost

You are probably looking for activities to do in Valencia. Well, any holidays in Spain would probably be incomplete without a nice flamenco evening. So, we suggest the Flamenco Show in Valencia.

We will begin our soiree tasting some of the most iconic dishes of Valencian cuisine. Then, after dinner, we will listen to music and watch the flamenco dancers in one of the best establishments in the city. A great way to enjoy the mild Mediterranean nights to the fullest.

4/9 - City Bus Tour and La Albufera - 7 Hours - Additional Cost

This day trip is comprised of 2 sections, Old Valencia with its magnificent art and architecture and the beatiful La Albufera Lagoon.

In old Valencia you will see: 

  • Torres de Serrano (Serrano Towers)

  • Plaza de la Virgen

  • Palacio de la Generalitat(regional government palace)

  • the Cathedral

  • Plaza de la Almoïna

  • Plaza Redonda

  • La Lonja

  • Central Market

La Lonja, The Silk Exchange, is the principal tourist attraction of Valencia.  It contains gothic style buildings considered part of the world heritage by Unesco.   
Please Note the city tour does contain a walking tour along the old city

After the city tour you will move to the protected natural area of La Albufera de Valencia, a lagoon where you will enjoy a relaxing boat ride to see Valencia’s natural side. Your Valencia day trip will finish on a high note with a tasting of rice dishes in one of the most popular restaurants in the area.

4/10 - City of Arts and Sciences - 4 Hours - Additional Cost

The City of Arts and Sciences, an architectural complex by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, is a symbol of Valencia. The image of this attraction is known around the world. This unique complex, one of the top sightseeing spots in Valencia, opened in April 1998 and has inspired thousands of people from every country and culture.

During our guided tour we will walk through the different buildings of this awarded complex:

  •  L´Hemisfèric: An impressive 13000 m2 IMAX cinema with the latest image and sound technology.

  • The “Reina Sofía” Arts Palace: This building carries the name of the former Queen of Spain, and is the cradle of Valencian performing arts. During our walking tour we will learn more about the history of its four main concert halls: the Sala Principal, the Auditori, the Martín iSoler Theatre and the must-see Maestros’ Hall.

  • Oceanogràfic: Is the largest aquarium in Europe and we will visit it as part of the tour.

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