This friendly multilingual operator offers three tours: a three-hour city tour (€25), a longer trip to La Albufera (€40), and a night...
Valencia’s vast Modernista covered market, constructed in 1928, is a swirl of smells, movement and colour. Spectacular seafood counters...
Iglesia de Santa Catalina
This church, badly knocked about in the civil war, is starkly impressive inside. It’s dwarfed by the striking late-17th-century...
Tyris on Tap
White-painted industrial brick, long-drop pendant lights and no-frills decor lend an air of warehouse chic to this bar. It's an outlet...
This no-frills place has been in business for 70 years and is famous for its fishy tapas, but in particular grilled sardines, which are...
Calle de la Lonja · interesting places nearby
La Lonja information
This splendid building, a Unesco World Heritage site, was originally Valencia’s silk and commodity exchange, built in the late 15th century when Valencia was booming. It's one of Spain's finest examples of a civil Gothic building. Two main structures flank a citrus-studded courtyard: the magnificent Sala de Contratación, a cathedral of commerce with soaring twisted pillars, and the Consulado del Mar, where a maritime tribunal sat. The top floor boasts a stunning coffered ceiling brought here from another building.
It's worth getting the audioguide (€3) as there's almost no printed information. The exterior (covered by the audioguide) also merits examination.