The Tours begin in one of the most important spots of Valencia, the North Railway Station, at the Tourism Hub office.
The first stop is the Church of San Agustín on the way to the Central Market, you will necessarily have to pay a visit to the inside and appreciate its modernism before continuing the Tour.
Very close to the market, you will visit the Lonja declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the Saints Johns' Church with its enchanting italian-style facade. Going on with the Tour you will give a close look to what in ancient times were the walls of Valencia and their Gates, Torres of Serrano and Quart.
After a quick glance at the Museum of Fine Arts, you will enter the center again by the noblest of the streets: Calle La Paz. The Museum of Ceramics comes next, followed by the impressive Cathedral located in the Plaza de la Reina, Plaza de la Virgen reachable by foot and Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall) and Colon Market, an open space with bars and restaurants.
Finally, you will visit the most modern and impressive part of Valencia, the City of Arts and Sciences, where you can learn more about the structure of the buildings created by the architect Santiago Calatrava.