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Valencia old town wine and tapas tour

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2 great experiences in one: a cultural walking tour in Valencia with a superb itinerary and a tapas and wines dinner to learn about local wines from Valencia. The itinerary of this walking tour has been carefully put together to ensure you have an interesting and fun introduction to the history and main sights of the Valencia old district. The tour ends with a fantastic tapas and wine tasting dinner

Highlights

- 2 experiences in one: cultural walking tour in Valencia and a tapas and wine tasting dinner

- A fantastic itinerary that covers some of the most interesting sights in the city

- Learn about the local architecture of Valencia and top buildings like the food market or the Lonja building

- Great local Valencian wines

- Excellent selection of tapas for dinner

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WHAT WE LIKE MOST ABOUT THIS CULTURAL AND FOOD TOUR IN VALENCIA

Valencia is today mainly known thanks to paella, las Fallas Fiesta in March and to the amazing City of arts that has transformed the city. But the old district of Valencia is a true gem.
This tour provides with the great opportunity to enjoy and discover the secrets of the old district of Valencia, and also to enjoy a superb tapas dinner with wine tasting.

The itinerary for this history and tapas walking tour in Valencia has been carefully put together by locals to ensure you get the most out of your time. The itinerary will include stops at the Mercado Central, where you will enjoy modernist architecture. This is today still today the market where many locals come for their daily food shopping. The itinerary will also include a stop next to la Lonja de Seda. This is a Unesco heritage site and one of the city´s top sights. The building dates back to the 16th century, a time in history when Valencia was a super commercial power.

The itinerary will continue through some of Valencia´s plazas, where you will enjoy religious icons like the Santa Catalina church and its high tower, or the beautiful cathedral of Saint Mary, built on the place where the old Arab mosque stood, the cathedral has an unorthodox shape and despite it is mainly gothic, it holds a peculiar mix of architectural styles.

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