1. Valencia: Historic Center Audio-Guided Tour with Earphones
Explore the historical center of Valencia with the help of this audio guide. Pickup up your guide and earphones and immerse yourself in the city's facinating past and unique architectural gems like the Church of Santos Juanes, the Valencia Cathedral, and the La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) Head to the Tourism Hub office in the North Station which is known for its stunning Valencian Art Nouveau. Get set up with your audio guide that is in English, Spanish, and Russian. Pop in the conveniently provided earphones and begin an adventure of discovery. Learn about sights like the Plaza de Toros (bulls), the Jesuit college, the Casa del Chavo building with its exquisitely-restored façade, and the La Unión y el Fénix building. Step back to the 15th century when the city had a golden age at the La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange). Enjoy the modernist style of the Post Office building and check out the Main Theatre and the Bank of Valencia. Take in the Rococo and Neoclassical-styles of the Ceramics Museum. Dig into the story behind the Historical Library of the University of Valencia and the Royal Seminary complex. Admire religious architecture at the Church of San Juan Bautista, the Church of Santo Tomás Apóstol and San Felipe Neri, the Church of San Juan del Hospital, the Valencia Cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace, the Basilica de la Vigen de los Desamparados, and the Church of Santa Catalina. Hear about the Almoina Museum and the Art Nouveau Casa de Punto de Gancho. Step into the lively Plaza de la Virgen to admire the Turia fountain which depicts Neptune. Stroll through the grand Plaza de la Reina and soak up the atmosphere in the central market and discover its colorful dome. Walk by the 14th-century Church of Santos Juanes to take in its mixture of Baroque and Valencian Gothic features. Listen to facts about the Church of the Sagrado Corazón de Jesús, the Valencia City Hall, and the Town Hall Square.