If you are visiting Valencia and you want to have some suggestions for your trip here you have some ideas of some tourist attractions you can enjoy in the city.
La Lonja de Seda
This Gothic structure was built in the 15th century to house the city’s Silk Exchange, the marketplace where the famous Valencian silk was traded with merchants. It is the ideal place to learn more about history and the past of this city.
Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas
Near San Martín Church is the Palacio del Marqués de Dos Aguas, a spectacular 18th-century mansion. The Marquise Palace is renowned for its opulently decorated facade with an ornately carved alabaster doorway. It is a museum that presents a lot of examples of traditional pottery in Valencia for all those people who are interested.
Museo de Bellas Artes
This museum is the ideal place for all those people who like discovering the artistic heritage of Valencia. Most of the art collection focuses on works of Valencian artists, from the medieval era to modern times.
Catedral de Valencia
The Cathedral of Valencia is a glorious Gothic church with its emblematic Miguelete Tower soaring above the city. Built on the site of an old Moorish mosque, the cathedral was built in the 13th century and renovated in the 17th century. It is the ideal place for all those people who like discovering emblematic building and its history.
Colegio del Patriarca
Built between 1586 and 1610, the Colegio del Patriarca is an exquisite Renaissance building with an elegant arcaded courtyard. The Capilla de la Concepción displays valuable 16th-century Flemish tapestries which could be interesting for all those people who want to discover the religious part of Valencia.