Enjoy a guided tour through downtown Valencia, where you will be able to see the following buildings and monuments:
- Central Market (20th century): A Valencian modernism gem dating back to the beginning of the last century. 8,200 roofed square meters, with almost 1,000 stands, where all kinds of fresh food products are sold. You'll find everything you're looking for, no matter how strange or sophisticated it may be!
- Lonja de la Seda (15th century): Valencia's main monument, where all local merchants come together to do their business. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.
- Valencia Cathedral (13th century): It was built on the grounds of the old Muslim mosque. Its Gothic style; its three doors, one in each style; its bell tower; and its Chapel of the Holy Chalice are truly impressive.
- Basilica of Our Lady of the Forsaken (17th century): A temple whose altar shelters the image of the Patroness of the Valencian Region: Our Lady of the Innocent Martyrs and the Forsaken.
- Torres de Serranos (14th century): This gate has always provided access to each of the city's three walls: Roman, Arab, and Christian.