City of Arts and Sciences tickets and tours
The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is a unique complex devoted to scientific and cultural dissemination which is made up of five main elements:...
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Oceanogràfic of Valencia is the biggest aquarium of Europe. Situated inside the architectural complex vanguardista of the City of the Arts a...
You’ve not experienced 3D or IMAX until you’ve seen a film projected on a 328ft high, 2952 square-foot ovoid roof. The effect is like you’re...
The Príncipe Felipe Science Museum is the great 21st-century science museum for getting to know in a didactic, interactive, and entertaining...
This tour is an absolute must for history lovers! The walking tour will initially take you through the historical center of Vienna. Let our ...
2 hours, 30 minutes
Experience a walking tour of the City of Arts and Sciences and know the story of how the architectural masterpiece came to be and its import...
Discover the city center of Valencia with your guided tour. Discover some of the most important monuments including the main cathedral and Plaza de Toros.
Discover the history of the Holy Grail and admire the most important spots of Valencia with a tourist bus tour. A walking tour and a bus tour on the same day!
Step back in time on a historical tour of Valencia and explore the city with a local guide. Enjoy a delicious dinner with paella and other local products.
Enjoy a day trip from Valencia and discover the picturesque coastal village of Port Saplaya. Taste a seaside dinner. Book now your excursion with Musement.
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The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is a unique complex devoted to scientific and cultural dissemination which is made up of five main elements: the Hemisfèric (IMAX cinema and digital projections), the Umbracle (a landscaped vantage point and car park), the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum (an innovative centre of interactive science), the Oceanográfico (the largest aquarium in Europe with over 500 marine species) and the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía (which takes care of the operatic programme). The Ágora gives the complex a multifunctional space.
Set in the old dried-up river bed of the Turia, midway between the old city of Valencia and the coastal district of Nazaret, the City of Arts and Sciences covers an area of 350,000 square meters. L'Hemisfèric (Planetarium) was the first element to be opened to the public in April 1998. The Science Museum Principe Felipe opened in 2000, L'Umbracle (Parking Structure) opened in 2001, the Palacio de las Artes, opened in 2003. Calatrava's use of pure white concrete and Gaudiesque fragments of shattered tiles, an important Valencian industry, tie all the structures together as a whole.