The city of Valencia is one of the preferred destinations for both national and foreign tourists.
The capital of the Turia River combines the allure of the big cities with the charm of the small neighborhoods bathed by the Mediterranean and offers an unbeatable gastronomic offer with the Valencian paella at the head, known in all five continents. We must not forget its great cultural and artistic heritage, which makes Valencia the perfect destination to enjoy a few days’ holiday.
If you are going to visit the city or its surroundings for the first time or you want to enjoy once again some of its exciting itineraries, sign up for our guided tours with the help of our official tourist guides, the most qualified to make your trip an unforgettable experience.
Tourism in Valencia
Valencia’s historic centre is, without a doubt, one the city’s main appeals. The popular Barrio del Carmen offers wonders for all the senses, as it is home to some of the city’s main monuments.
Dive into its history through guided tours of Valencia that visit the Lonja de la Seda, the Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados, the Cathedral and the Torres de Serrano, old gateways to the city. You can discover all of this and other details with the help of our tourist guides who will offer you guided tours through the centre of Valencia.
A few meters away you can find the old course of the Turia River, known as the urban lung of Valencia. After the great flood in 1957, it became the largest urban garden in Spain, nearly 10 kilometers long. The guided tours through the old course can be done by bicycle: ride with our official guides along the longest garden in all the national territory, an activity that will delight young and old alike.
Sport, fun, modernism: you can find anything during your two-wheeled ride along the Turia, until you reach the illustrious and ancient bridges that give away to the purest avant-garde of the Palau de la Música, the City of Arts and Sciences and the Oceanographic Park, where you can enjoy the most surprising animals.
This area of Valencia needs no introduction: the spectacular architectural complex of the City or Arts and Sciences, which includes the Palau de les Arts, the Príncipe Felipe Museum, the Hemisféric and the Umbracle, is the city’s icon. An area of leisure, culture and entertainment, this section of the river is the tourist appeal par excellence. Take the opportunity to take a walk in the open air while our official guides tell you all the details of the route around the City of Arts and Sciences.
There is still another route that our guides will delight tourists from inside and outside Spain: the guided tour of the Albufera Natural Park in Valencia, just a few minutes from the city centre. Can you imagine a Mediterranean landscape covered with wild dune beaches, rice fields, unique species of water birds and a lake so huge that it is lost in the horizon? With the guided tour of La Albufera you will be able to enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the Valencian ecosystem.
Guided tours through the province of Valencia
Guided tours in Gandía
In Gandía you will find the Palacio Ducal de los Borgia, a place of unparalleled architectural beauty that will impress any of its visitors. It breathes history through each of its walls. You can learn about the past of this building so representative of the Valencian civil Gothic style through our guided tours to the palace: you can discover and step on every corner of one the most important monuments of this small city. All except one, the room where Duke Francisco de Borja used to live in, as it is to be kept intact.
Guided tour in Játiva
One of Játiva’s best kept jewels is its castle, which is divided into two fortresses, the Castillo Menor and the Castillo Mayor. A real delight for the eyes. Again, in the Valencian Gothic style, reflected in its imposing architecture.
Walk around its nooks and crannies and draw in your head a time in the past when the fearful Hannibal walked along its walls, which served as a stage in the wars against Castilla, against Germanías and in the War of the Spanish Succession. Some say that you can still hear the cries of the condemned in the cells.
We always insist that this is one of the best-kept treasures in the province of Valencia and that if you really want to make the most of your guided tour of Játiva’s Castle you should not miss it for anything in the world. Have we already told you that it has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest? Join us and we will tell you a thousand and one more curiosities.
Tourist routes around Sagunto
Can you imagine having witnessed an entertainment show in Roman times? Without a doubt, an overwhelming experience. Our guided tours of Sagunto can help you transport yourself to that moment in a place as idyllic and full of history as the Roman Theatre in the city of Sagunto. Experience in situ an architectural environment of a marked political, social and religious nature.
And yes, Sagunto also has a castle. Unrestored, but you can breathe the same air of grandeur as in the past. An architectural space that millions of reasons for having been declared a National Monument in 1931. Discover a place where mosaics from different cultures and civilizations converge. Iberian, Roman, Goths and even Arab remains: a space worth visiting and a pilgrimage for history lovers.
You can discover the jewels of the province of Valencia through our website, although we prefer to do it in person and you can discover it with us. You will not find a better way to get to know them in depth than with our tourist guides and their exciting routes. Find your official guide in our search engine and enjoy your guided tours of Valencia to the fullest!