Sight Valencia area
Vacationers, climb the observation platformValencia will be able to admire from the height of the Museum of Science of the Prince Felipe (the building is based on five pillars, fully glazed facade) Llotja de la Seda, the stadium "Mestalla", Albufera Natural Park, and other objects.
The tower Torre del Miguelete
Since the tower (its height - 60 m) is included in theCathedral complex (4.5 euros / adult ticket, € 3 / child ticket up to 12 years), when meeting with him guests will be able to see the painting of the 15th century, works by Goya and paintings of the Renaissance. As for one of the best viewing points, the rise it can be done by a spiral staircase with 200 steps - from there you'll get a wonderful view of the old city of Valencia. Important: The entrance to the tower you will find on the left of the main entrance to the Cathedral (the cost of a visit - 2 euros).
How to get there? Decided to hire the services of public transport, you should pay attention to the bus number 11, 4, 70, 9, 28, 16, 4, 71, 8 (address: Calle de la Barchilla, 1).
Towers Torres de Quart
The facades of the twin towers of Quart (Gothicstyle) do not have any decoration (with the exception - the lower part, finished in a modest stucco), but the tourists can climb up the spiral staircase - on the observation platforms (they are surrounded by powerful jagged peaks), which will open panoramic views in front of them. In addition, if you wish, you can view the exhibition, which contains materials and exhibits on the history of the towers of Quart.
Helpful information: Monday-Saturday attraction open to the public from 09:30 to 19:00 on Sundays and on holidays - 15:00; ticket prices - € 2 (free of charge on Sundays and public holidays).
How to get there? Until the destination can be reached by bus number 5 or 81 (Address: Carrer De Guillem De Castro, 68).
Towers Torres de Serrano
Fans of panoramic views will be delighted opportunitiesadmire the beauty of the Valencian from the towers of the gate (hence the visitors and residents of Valencia announces the Spring Festival of Fallas). In addition, it is recommended to look into the Maritime Museum (its exposition presented findings sea). Entrance fee - € 2 (Sunday - free).
How to get there? For tourists - bus number 95, 5, 28 (address: Plaza de Fueros 1).
It will be able to leisurely stroll through the windinglanes and alleys, a ride on a rented boat in the shape of a swan on a pond, and the climb to the panoramic hill with stunning views of Valencia and the Turia Gardens.
Address: Avenida Pio Baroja.
Stunning views of Valencia can contemplate withbird's-eye view, a ride on the 70-meter Ferris Wheel (consists of 42 cabins) in the port of Real Juan Carlos. Ticket price - 10.06 euros (the price depends on the day and time of the visit, the attraction is open from noon to 21:00).