There are different ways to visit a city. We often travel in groups. Whether we book through an agency or it is organized by an association, or maybe we travel with a group of friends. The best thing in these cases is to let your group be accompanied by a local guide during your stay in the city.

Depending on your requests, the visits and activities can be adapted to make the most of your stay.

How can you make the most of your visit to Valencia?

Get in touch with a local guide and let them advise you, give them all the necessary information about your group: the dates when you will be in the city, the number of people, where you will be staying and, above all, your preferences. In this way, they will be able to help you organize and make sure you make the most of your stay.

What should you not miss in Valencia?

Of course, it depends on the preferences and tastes of each group and/or person visiting the city, but there are some places and/or activities that you cannot miss during your days in Valencia. One of these visits is “Essential Valencia” where you will explore the historic centre: the Cathedral, the Basilica, Plaza de la Reina, La Lonja (World Heritage Site) and the Central Market. To get to know Valencia much more in depth, we recommend that you complete the guided tour with a panoramic view of the city of Valencia, reaching the City of Arts and Sciences and continuing your journey towards the Albufera, where you can enjoy an authentic Valencian paella and take a boat trip on this freshwater lake that was recognized as a Natural Park in the 1980s. From there, you will enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in Spain.

If you are staying in the city of Valencia for more than one day, you can book other visits and/or activities that will make the rest of your holidays much more comprehensive. In the city of Valencia we have different interesting museums to visit such as: the Fallas Museum, the National Museum of Ceramics and the Museum of Fine Arts San Pío V, among others.

If you prefer something a bit more active, you can complete your stay with a bicycle tour of the Turia Gardens, a catamaran trip or a paella cooking workshop, where you will discover how a Valencian paella is really cooked.

Besides, the Valencian Community has much more than just the city of Valencia. You can also visit nearby towns such as Cullera, Gandía or Xàtiva. North of Valencia you will find Sagunto and the Vall d’Uixò caves.

The most important thing is to organize so you can make the most out of your holidays in Valencia or any other town you visit.

So if you need a local guide in Valencia, do not hesitate to contact us: info@guiartevalencia.com

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