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Valencia has an incalculable historical and cultural heritage, a legacy left by the many civilizations that inhabited in the city. Likewise, the city offers you a thousand options, from leisure activities to historical monuments.

City of Arts and Sciences

Discover the avant-garde with the buildings that make up this leisure and culture center of the 21st century. The buildings that make up the City of Arts and Sciences are:
- The Science Museum
- The Hemisfèric
- The Oceanogràfic
- Palau de les Arts de València - Opera
- Ágora

Historical Centre

The Ciutat Vella treasures a rich historical and monumental heritage, we recommend you to walk through its streets and discover every corner. We give you some examples of what to visit:

- Cathedral of Valencia. Located on the square Plaza de la Virgen, the cathedral rises above the old Balansiya Mosque. It was built during the 13th and 15th centuries, resulting in different styles and architectural elements.
- Torres de Serranos and Torres de Quart. These towers are the doors of the wall that gave way to the city.
-Central Market. One of the examples of modernist architecture. The opening hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Lonja de la Seda, built between 1483 and 1498 and in Gothic style, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.


Valencia has many green spaces and gardens.
- Garden of the Turia: lung of the city, with more than 9 km and ideal to enjoy walks or sports activities.
- The Gardens Jardines Del Real. Of Arab origin, it houses a rich gardening and sculptural monuments.
- Monforte Garden (L'Hort De Romero). In a neoclassical style, you will find a statuary collection, ponds, fountains and ornamental collections. In addition, there is a permanent bonsai exhibition, unique in Europe.