Valencia

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Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia
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5 reviews
The city's Museum of Fine Arts, with its lovely palm-shaded cloister, is among the best in Spain. — Fodor's
Instituto Valencia d'Arte Modern (IVAM)
8
El Carme
6 reviews
Wander the minimalist spaces at Valencia's Modern Art Institute and find your favorite contemporary and modern masterpieces. — Afar Magazine
Valencia Cathedral
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El Mercat
5 reviews
[A] side chapel containing an ancient agate cup that for over 500 years has been heralded as the bona fide Holy Grail. — Concierge
La Lonja de la Seda
8
El Mercat
5 reviews
On the Plaza del Mercado, this 15th-century building is a product of Valencia's golden age. — Fodor's
Castillo de Santa Barbara
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3 reviews
Santa Bárbara Castle played a key role in the city's history — Michelin Guide
Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas
8
La Xerea
3 reviews
The museum is of most interest to collectors, who will find the nuances of regional styles fascinating. — Frommer's
San Nicolas de Bari Procathedral
8
3 reviews
dominated by a dome nearly 150 feet high, a pretty cloister, and a lavish baroque side chapel — Fodor's
Yacimiento Arqueologico La Illeta dels Banyets
Parque Natural de la Albufera
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2 reviews
Dappled with rice paddies, the park is a nesting site for more than 250 bird species, including herons, terns, egrets, ducks, and gulls. — Fodor's
Museo Catedral de Valencia
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La Seu
2 reviews
For 500 years, this cathedral has claimed to possess the Holy Grail, the chalice Jesus used at the Last Supper; it's on display in a side chapel. — Frommer's
Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina (MUBAG)
8
3 reviews
Inside the beautiful 18th-century Palacio del Conde de Lumiares, MUBAG, as it's best known, has some 500 works of art ranging from the 16th to the early 20th century. — Fodor's
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias
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2 reviews
The City of Arts and Sciences is one of the largest cultural projects in Europe, entrusted to the Hispano-Mexican Félix Candela and to renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava — Michelin Guide
Miguelete
7
Sant Francesc
2 reviews
Turn left entering the main portal of the cathedral for the climb up to El Miguelete, the emblematic octagonal tower. — Lonely Planet
Torres de Serranos
7
El Carme
2 reviews
After dark, this medieval edifice looks more like a king's fortress than a city gate. Built in the 14th century by Pere Balaguer, the gate's interior shows off the building's beautiful bone structure. — Afar Magazine
Iglesia de San Juan del Hospital
7
La Xerea
2 reviews
Valencia’s oldest church was founded in 1238, the year the city was recaptured from the Muslims. — Lonely Planet
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia
7
2 reviews
The building of the City of the Arts (or Palau de les Arts) has a striking design by Santiago Calatrava — Michelin Guide
Central Market
7
El Mercat
2 reviews
Talk about a feast for the eyes — The Telegraph
Basilica Santa Maria
7
2 reviews
— Michelin Guide
MARQ Museo Arqueologico de Alicante
7
2 reviews
MARQ , very visual and hi-tech, well merits a visit even though there's little information in English. — Lonely Planet
Museo del Arroz
7
El Cabanyal-El Canyamelar
2 reviews
Valencia's Municipal Museum occupies the palace of the Marquis de Campo (18C-19C) — Michelin Guide
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