This visit on foot focuses on Valencia’s attractive old quarter and we see the most representative squares of the city such as Plaza of the Virgen and Plaza of the Reina. We visit the interior of the cathedral where we can marvel at paintings by Goya, the Holy Grail and superb Renaissance frescoes.
We visit the interior of Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas, today housing the National Ceramics Museum; fine exhibits on show include pieces from the time of Islamic rule, 15th Century ceramics, the Alcora style and Picasso’s unique creations.
We visit the guild hall known as Lonja de los Mercaderes declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and we explore the Modernist-style market known as Mercado Central de Valencia.
To round off this tour, we recommend that you try the traditional drink horchata and/or tasting of the market’s fine products: hams, cheeses, olives and wine.