Valencia’s vast Modernista covered market, constructed in 1928, is a swirl of smells, movement and colour. Don’t miss the fish, seafood...
Iglesia de Santa Catalina
The striking 18th-century baroque belfry is one of Valencia’s best-known landmarks.
This lively, student-oriented bar has a large, street-side terrace. The bulletin board is a palimpsest of small ads for apartment shares...
Jordi and his partner, Carol, run this delightful small restaurant with outdoor seating on a square. The freshest of produce from the...
Calle de la Lonja · interesting places nearby
La Lonja information
This splendid late-15th-century building, a Unesco World Heritage Site, was originally Valencia’s silk and commodity exchange. Highlights are the colonnaded hall with its twisted Gothic pillars and the 1st-floor Consulado del Mar with its stunning coffered ceiling.