My proposals

Valencia Essentials

You decide how you want to know the city.

Each of these proposals are independent cultural walks that favor the historical knowledge of the city in a chronological way. We know the economic, artistic and cultural evolution of the city through its heritage as a common thread traveling from the past to the present from the Roman VALENTIA to the Islamic BALANSIYA, the Christian VALENCIA of Jaume I to the contemporary VALENCIA of the 21st century.

in Roman times

Visit to the archaeological center
of the Almoina

in Muslim times

Tossal Gallery


Lonja de la Seda


Visit to the

Baroque period

Visit to the Church
of San Nicolás

Neoclassical period

Visit to the
Cervelló Palace

Modernist period

Tour of Valencia

Republican period

Visit to the refuge of the
Civil war

Valencia present
and future

City Arts and Sciences

Street Art

Discovering street art

The Route

Lonja and Silk Museum

Route of the
Holy Grail

San Juan and Cathedral

Some photos of Valencia

Sculptures Speak to Us

Discover the history of the city and its famous figures through this stroll among the outdoor sculptures. Enjoy a pleasant walk through the historic center, the expansion area – the grand avenue Marques del Turia – and the Glorieta. On this route, we will talk about art, sculpture, and illustrious Valencians.

The Inquisition and the Memory of the Jewish Quarter in the City.

A stroll through the remembrance and intolerance in medieval Valencia. The darkest period in the city of Valencia occurred during the activities of the Holy Office and its inquisitorial processes: interrogations, acts of faith, executions in the heart of Ciutat Vella. A journey through the memory of the existence of the extensive Jewish quarter of Valencia.

The historic neighborhoods

Discover the city by walking through its historic neighborhoods.

The neighborhoods of the city are its history, they mark the religious, political and commercial rhythm of the city. The neighborhood of the Cathedral or of the “Seu”, the Market, Velluters or del Carmen, are references of our cultural heritage. Outside its walls, small independent towns such as those of Ruzafa or the maritime settlements, grew and developed on the fringes of the walled city, annexing the city at the end of the 19th century.

The demolition of the walls from 1865 will give way to an expansion of the city, giving rise to the Ensanche area, with its varied and peculiar modernism.

Barrio de la Catedral | Barrio del Mercado | Barrio El Carmen | Barrio de Velluters | Barrio de San Francisco

Barrio de Ruzafa | Barrio del Ensanche | Poblados Marítimos y el Grao.

Some photos of the neighborhoods of Valencia

The Artist Routes

We will get to know the city through the works of its most famous artists.

In the Artist Routes you decide which illustrious person you want to meet. Some of them are universal artists, such as Joaquim Sorolla, Vicente Blasco Ibañez o Mariano Benlliure.

The City of Luis García-Berlanga

Valencia as a Magical Option

In this walk, we focus on the Valencian essence of director Luis García-Berlanga as the main objective of the route. The route is organized thematically rather than chronologically, where we connect his life and films to current spaces in the city. These locations reflect specific moments that occurred in his life and how they have left an imprint on his movies. The city of Luis García-Berlanga Valencia as a magical choice

Blasco Ibáñez:

A Novel Life Visit to the Writer’s Museum

A Valencian who knew how to bear witness to his era and his city, crossing borders with works that became famous and were brought to the big screen in Hollywood.

We will discuss, through the memories and testimonials exhibited in his house, his intense life, works, friendships with Sorolla and Mariano Benlliure – a circle of friends and artists as intense as it was productive.


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