Valencia is full of bicycle lovers. The city is almost completely flat, has a marvelous Mediterranean climate, plenty of cycle lanes.
Getting around Valencia by bicycle is a great tourist option: fun, easy and cheap.
Cycling around Valencia is great fun. It’s hard to describe the experience in just a few words so why not go for a bike tour?
Explore the historic places and modern buildings of Valencia with us on a 3-4 hours bike tour. Visit Valencia from the ancient Roman square to the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences. You are free to stop by any time as you want while learning the fantastic history of this beautiful city.
Visit Valencia in safe, funny and different way
Travel through again 2000 years of history riding your bike
Feel free to stop every time as you like to take the best photos
Relax riding your bike on Turia Garden
What You Can Expect
Valencia city bike tour with Mo’bike tour leaves from Plaza de la Merced, our official guide of Valencian Community will lead you on a ride around the most beautiful places of Valencia. More than 2000 years of history can be discovered in the streets of the old quarter. Starting from the Spain’s largest fresh food market, “Mercado Central” the oldest market in Europe still operative. Close to the market, we will find: La Lonja de la Seda, originally used for trading in silk, is included on the Heritage Lista of Unesco. We’ll arrive on Plaza de la Virgen, an ancient square of Roman times; Plaza de la Reina, where we can see both the Cathedral and the Tower of Miguelete. Near we will find Plaza Almoina where we can find different archaeological treasures of the Roman era. The last stop inside the centre is to visit the famous Torres de Serranos; this is an ancient gateway of the former city wall, consisting of two towers, each with a viewing platform that can be climbed for a small fee, and offers great views of Valencia.After the historic centre, we will visit the green side of the city. Valencia has an amazing park: Turia Gardens, the green lung of the city; one of the urban largest park in Spain. It runs through the city for 9 Km of green space. We’ll ride until the end of the bike lane inside the park and in front of us we’ll find the Palau de la Música before arrive the City of Arts and Sciences; It is a scientific and cultural leisure complex which can be enjoyed with family or friends, covering around two kilometres of the former riverbed of the River Turia. After Turia we’ll stop to take something to drink on the Cabanyal quarter or on the beach. One of the last stop is the building of Veles y Vents that is an innovative architectural statement. It was created to host the guests and spectators for the 32nd America’s Cup. Last special stops are the beaches and the Port. You can opt to stay around or come back with our guide to the shop.