- Duration time: 3H.
- Journey: Plaza la Virgen – Museo de la Almoina – Centre Almudín – Baños árabes – Barrio judío
- Number of places: from 6 pax
- Price: 16€ pax
Valencia has been founded by the Romans, repopulated by Visigoths, settled by Arabic and Jewish folks and finally colonized by the Christians.
ITINERIS shows you the rich and beautiful facets of this cultural heritage: The Roman
Valencia, the Visigoth settlement, the former Jewish district. the Arabic institutions, the brave
Knights, crafty Traders and skilled Craftsmen.
It deserves to book a visit to some of these districts of the city. El-Carmen, with its Arabic walls, Christian palaces, Medieval convents and Centers of crafts. The Modernist Quarter the widening out from the ancient walls on the XIX century, with his majestic bourgeois buildings around the inspired Market of Colon. Ruzafa’s Neighborhood, gathered around the Market of the same name, residence of local artists and of the nightly Bohemian, with his pedestrian streets, behind the Station of the North . The Maritime District, close to Malvarrosa beach, residence of painters and writers like Joaquín Sorolla and Vicente Blasco Ibáñez and proud of its popular art impressed with their liberty style flats and houses.
Book your program between these possibilities or achieve it in several sessions. You will learn more about this Mediterranean people.
– Medieval pilgrims .
– Egeria and the Cistercian way.
– Solomon Ibn Gabirol
– Arabic Elegy of Valencia
Almudín, Christian Grain Store
Arab baths – hammam.
Church of the Hospital (Knights of Malta)
Old Jewish Quarter