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Valencia: 24, 48, or 72-Hour Valencia Tourist Card

1. Valencia: 24, 48, or 72-Hour Valencia Tourist Card

The Valencia Tourist Card is a combined card that offers free public urban transport and discounts of up to 25% on tours services. Get up to 50% in museums, leisure activities, shops, and restaurants for 24, 48, or 72 hours. The free public urban transport is within Valencia city, bus and tram zone A, and metro ABCD including the traject Valencia-Airport-Valencia (L3, L5).   The establishments that offer discounts on presentation of the Valencia Tourist Card are identified with a sticker. The card is active when using public transport for the first time or in any of the 42 readers distributed in the city. If this is not possible, the card could be validated at any point of use by writing down the expiration date of the card with an ink pen. Identity cards or passports must be shown for children in order to give them the City Card.

Valencia: Gourmet Meal with Flamenco Show

2. Valencia: Gourmet Meal with Flamenco Show

Begin your experience with a tasty meal of Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. Take a look around the theater and be charmed by the numerous paintings and photographs of personalities from the Golden Age, football, and cinema that cover the flamenco tablao. Then get ready to feel the magic of the flamenco that comes with the soul and hear of each artist that performs. Witness their talent and experience as they put on a Spanish flamenco show you won't forget. During the show, interact and collaborate with the artists as they sing international and folk songs.

Valencia: San Nicolas, Silk Museum and Santos Juanes Church

3. Valencia: San Nicolas, Silk Museum and Santos Juanes Church

Make the most of your visit to Valencia with this combined ticket to 3 unique places: the Silk Museum, the Church of San Nicolas, and the Church of Santos Juanes—commonly known as “Saint John of the Market” because of its location next to the market area. In the 13th century, this square was already the main open space in the city. Find out more about each site with an included audio guide available in 5 languages.  After an incredible restoration, the Silk Museum opens its doors to let you discover its history on an extraordinary journey. To speak of silk is to speak of a golden era for Valencia, which led to the transformation of the landscape and the way of life in the city for centuries. Explore all the secrets of the Gremi de Velluters — the silk velvet weavers' guild in Valencia — at the building where they established themselves in the 15th century, now the Silk Museum. With your audio guide, learn about the discovery of silk, the raising of silkworms, the way this luxurious material was produced in the almost 5000 looms around the city, and the success of silk fabrics in the 18th century. One of the oldest parishes in Valencia, founded more than 700 years ago, the Church of San Nicolas is an old Gothic temple reformed centuries later to give it the appearance it has today. While there, admire the beautiful baroque decoration that impresses everyone who visits it. Discover in its interior almost 2,000 square meters (21,528 square feet) of impressive fresco paintings covering its vaults, and marvel at a place known as the Valencian Sistine Chapel.

Madrid: Reina Sofia Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Museum Tour

4. Madrid: Reina Sofia Museum Skip-the-Line Guided Museum Tour

In the 1990s, a former hospital was renovated and turned into the Reina Sofia, home to 20th century art mostly from Spanish artists. Your expert guide will discuss the various artistic movements on display here, including abstractionism, cubism, surrealism and modernism. Learn all about Spain’s most famous artistic export, Pablo Picasso, while standing in front of his world-changing painting, “Guernica.” You’ll see works by Joan Miró, like “The Man with a Pipe,” as well as Salvador Dali’s “Face of the Great Masturbator,” learning about the techniques and stories behind these sometimes offbeat works of art. Your guide will situate all of these works in their larger social and political contexts, allowing you to understand how events like the Spanish Civil War shaped these artists lives and works. By the end, you’ll have experienced one of Spain’s and the world’s, most exquisite collections of contemporary art, which no trip to Madrid should go without.

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What people are saying about Valencia

Really nice atmosphere, everybody very happy and friendly, the restaurant may be not that high class arranged, but is clean, and smells sooo nice. The food was very good and enough, we were with 2 and a kid. I've seen comments that the flamenco dancer is old.. But she moves like crazy

Great for travel around the city and discounts into oceanographic a must see.excellent and frequent buses. We only used public transport during our stay.so easy

All 3 visits are spectacular. The staff has been super nice and I loved it! I think it's very worth it!

Easygoing and personable tour guide. We had a lot of fun and a great tour. Can you recommend.

Ability to let us enter the history of this magnificent city.