+34 637 607 514 ATENCIÓN 24H EN DESTINO
Distance 8 km
You can swim No
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The price of the tour is per person. Includes VAT. * The tour includes transfer and equipment.
Have fun cycling around Valencia, this tour runs through the city which overlooks the sea, between the Turia river bed converted into a garden, the orchard and the Mediterranean.
MEETING POINT: TORRES DE SERRANOS.
DURATION: 4H (flexible schedule).
- Guded Route.
- Bike Rental.
- Typical Orxata Valenciana and Fartons.
PRICE: 29€ per person (minimum 2 people).
*15% off for groups of 4 or more people.
In order to apply the group discount, make your reservation by sending and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will begin at Torres de Serranos, from where we will go down to the Turia garden until we reach the City of Arts and Sciences. After crossing three historical bridges such as the Trinidad, the Real and the Mar, passing emblematic areas of Valencia as the Paseo de la Alameda, Palau de la Música or Guillver Park, we will arrive at the aforementioned cultural and architectural ensemble. Once we have visited some of Valencia's contemporary buildings, we will go to the port, where we will see Las Atarazanas, the Clock Building and the Tinglados of Modernist style and other new constructions like the Veles e Vents building.
At the wasteland-high, where the football practice in Valencia began with the Levante UD, we will take the seafront through the beaches of Las Arenas and Malvarrosa until we reach the Casa Museo Blasco Ibáñez, where this famous Valencian writer and politician lived. From this point and across the university area, we will take a path that provides a glimpse of the beautiful Huerta Valenciana, a rural spot in the middle of the urban space. At the end of this small route, we will stop to recover our strength with a local drink, the horchata, in a typical Valencian farmhouse.
We will return to the Mestalla Stadium, which houses the matches of Valencia CF, and through the Avenida de Blasco Ibáñez we will reach the Jardines de Viveros, before taking a look at the Gardens of Monforte, where the ancient lions of the Spanish Parliament are found. The Viveros Gardens stand out for being the headquarters of the old Royal Palace, demolished during the French invasion in the early 19th century. Next to these gardens, there is the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia, second museum of art in Spain behind the Prado Museum, with artworks done by important spanish painters like Juan de Juanes, Velázquez, Francisco de Goya or Joaquín Sorolla and of as varied styles as the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Impressionism.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit Valencia on wheels!
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