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Valencia: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

1. Valencia: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Bike through the cozy streets of the old city center of Valencia. Discover a lot of spectacular buildings included the Cathedral of Valencia. Bike towards the Túria river and visit its beautiful garden. Pass by the Palau de la Música (The music palace) and the gigantic playground of Gulliver out of the book Gulliver travels. In the last part of the tour, explore the City of Arts and Sciences. Spot the famous modernistic buildings of the architect Santiago Calatrava before returning to the city center.

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Valencia: City Bike Tour

2. Valencia: City Bike Tour

Your tour begins at the shop near the port of Valencia. Here, you will be met by a qualified guide and get your bike, helmet, and drinks as required. The guide will brief you about safety guidelines in the city before your ride begins. From the shop, you will ride up to the City of Arts and Sciences to discover the remarkable architecture of Santiago Calatrava. Learn about one of Valencia's most important attractions. From here, you will ride through the Turia park, which was once a riverbed to the medieval Serranos Towers. Entering the city through the towers, you will learn about the main attractions in the center. You will visit the Cathedral, the Almudin, the central market, and the silk exchange. Pass by some amazing buildings in Valencia's historical winding streets. En route back to the shop, you will visit a beautiful converted art nouveau market. When you return to the port area, enjoy a complimentary drink at the shop.

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Valencia: 3-Hour City Bike Tour

3. Valencia: 3-Hour City Bike Tour

Leaving directly from the tour office, your guide will lead you on a ride around the most beautiful places in Valencia. More than 2000 years of history can be discovered in the streets of the old quarter. Starting from the historic "Barrio del Carmen" district, visit Plaza de la Virgen, an old square that dates back to the Roman times and Plaza de la Reina, where you can see both the cathedral and the Tower of Miguelete.   Continue to Central Market, Spain’s largest fresh food market which opened in 1928. Close to the market discover La Lonja de la Seda, originally used for silk trading. The last stop is Quart Towers in the city center, a remainder of the old city walls, as well as Torres de Serranos, one of the 12 gates that formed part of the old city wall. After the historic center, visit the greener and more contemporary side of the city. Explore Turia Gardens, the green lung of the city, one of the largest urban parks in Spain. Ride inside the park until you see the City of Arts and Sciences, a huge futuristic educational complex designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava as a present to his home city. Finally head to the port and the beach. After a well-deserved, refreshing drink in front of the sea, return to the tour operator's office.

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What people are saying about Llotja de la Seda

Jose was our tour guide who was really friendly and flexible with where we wanted to go given it was just a few of us. He was informative and being a local, he had good knowledge. Definitely a good way to see the old town and new Valencia.

Very informative and guide enthusiastic and pleasant. Only down side was 3 hours on a bicycle without a coffee break which could easily be factored in.

Super guide (Nini if I can remember) very knowledgeable, patient and easy to understand. Nothing was rushed. Well done

Goede gids die veel verteld en je de tijd geeft om foto’s te maken en vragen te stellen

Brilliant tour by Trinny, she brought us everywhere, highly recommended