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Our most recommended Valencia Walking tours

Valencia: Old Town Tour, Wine & Tapas in an 11th c. Monument

1. Valencia: Old Town Tour, Wine & Tapas in an 11th c. Monument

Meet your friendly, local guide in the Old Town district, then set out onto the picturesque streets of Valencia. On this walking tour, discover the treasures of the historic Old Town and marvel at the unique blend of architectural styles, which date back through the Roman, Moorish, Baroque, and Gothic periods. Follow your guide through some of Valencia’s most famous plazas, including Plaza de la Reina and Plaza de la Virgen, while learning about their rich-history. Arrive at one of Old Town’s hidden gems next, the Church of San Nicolas, and marvel at the dazzling interior and spectacular frescoes. Later, gain exclusive access to an 11th-century historical monument in the heart of Old Town. Inside, indulge in a delicious 10-course tapas meal that showcases the very best of Valencian cuisine and local produce. Throughout the meal, enjoy a selection of prizewinning regional wines that have been perfectly paired with the food.

Valencia: Pub Crawl With Free Shots

2. Valencia: Pub Crawl With Free Shots

Come and join fellow travelers from over 6 different hostels in Valencia in El Carmen´s most hopping bars. Get a free shot in each bar and enjoy drinking games with your Pub Crawl Guide.

Valencia: Tapas and Drinks Evening Tour

3. Valencia: Tapas and Drinks Evening Tour

Valencia, Spain’s third largest city and the birthplace of the world-renowned dish paella, offers one of the country’s most exciting food scenes to explore. This sunny coastal city has everything: the freshest seafood from the Mediterranean Sea, a cornucopia of fresh fruits and vegetables, delicious local sweets and drinks… There’s so much to discover! Locals in Valencia meet up for a “picaeta”, a word that comes from the verb “picar”, which means to eat small bites of different dishes that everyone shares. And that’s exactly what you will be doing: we will visit some of the city’s best hidden gastronomic gems for a full dinner, where we will share authentic, traditional tapas and drinks in the best company. This dynamic and fun tapas crawl has four stops, all of them unique and charming in their own way. Away from touristy areas, each stop will showcase the best and tastiest tapas and dishes, like delicious “esgarraet” or “cocas”, ham or seafood croquettes paired with Valencia’s wide array of awarded wines and local drinks like “mistela”, all while you learn about the city’s culture and laid-back way of life from our experienced, passionate guide, who will help you experience all of this through the eyes of a local. This tour is a delightful way to sample the best of Valencia’s cuisine while feeling like you are on an evening out with friends. An immersive experience that guarantees the best food and drinks in unique bars and restaurants neighborhood locals frequent themselves.

Valencia: Essentials and World Heritages Sites Walking Tour

4. Valencia: Essentials and World Heritages Sites Walking Tour

This cultural walk covers Valencia's most essential must-see sites. Your professional guide will share the city's many stories. The city of Valencia boasts more than 21 centuries of history, dozens of monuments from every era, and three World Heritage properties. Discover the Silk Exchange (Lonja de la Seda), the Water Tribunal (Tribunal de las Aguas), and the Fallas (an annual festival featuring ephemeral art, fire, and fireworks). Few destinations in the world can boast three different cultural attractions on the prestigious UNESCO list.

Valencia: Cathedral, St Nicholas, and Lonja de la Seda Tour

5. Valencia: Cathedral, St Nicholas, and Lonja de la Seda Tour

Immerse yourself in the charming historic district of Valencia and take an informative stroll through its picturesque narrow roads. Come across impressive local landmarks on a walking tour of the area. Step into the Cathedral, the Church of Saint Nicholas, and the Lonja de la Seda. Meet your guide at the imposing Torres de Serranos, then dive deep into the bustling city center. Discover the ancient walls surrounding the district and walk into the Church of Saint Nicholas. Admire its stunning interior, covered in 2,000 square meters of Baroque frescoes, painted by Dionís Vidal. Continue on to the Lonja de la Seda, a spectacular UNESCO World Heritage site. Take in its Gothic architecture, tall and sturdy columns, and geometric roof. Gaze at the busy Central Market just across the road and head toward the Plaza de la Reina. Enter the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, said to hold the Holy Grail in its interior. Discover the Roman ruins of the Almoina, the most relevant archaeological remains in Valencia. Finally, in the Plaza de la Virgen, learn the secrets of the Basilica of the Virgin Mary of the Forsaken. End your journey in this very area.

City of Arts & Sciences Tour with Rooftop Wine & Tapas

6. City of Arts & Sciences Tour with Rooftop Wine & Tapas

On your visit to Valencia, get to know one of the city's most popular attractions and then immerse yourself in an exquisite and original gastronomic experience.  This 4-hour tour starts with a guided visit of the City of Arts and Sciences, a complex of buildings composed of an opera house, a museum, a cinema, a planetarium, and more. The tour is a rich architectural and cultural experience and will be shared by a group limited to 12 people so that it's as personable as possible. Following the tour, you'll head to the rooftop to see panoramic views of Valencia.  Here, indulge in a selection of prize-winning wines and locally-sourced tapas, accompanied by a spectacular 270º view of Valencia’s city skyline and the City of Arts and Sciences complex itself. When the tour ends, your driver can take you to the next place in the city you would like to explore. If you need any help with choosing the best next place to go to, your guides will be happy to help.

Valencia: Historical Walking Tour

7. Valencia: Historical Walking Tour

See the highlights of Valencia on a 2-hour walking tour and learn about its majestic history with the help of an official guide. Stroll the atmospheric streets of the Old Town to see key attractions such as City Hall and Central Market. Go to Plaça del Ajuntament – the city's largest public square – to look at elegant architecture, such as the Central Post Office, built to an eclectic design by Miguel Angel Navarro. Marvel at the size of the old bullfighting ring and pass the magnificent cathedral. Look at the historical Silk Exchange and see a fine example of Art Nouveau architecture at the main railway station. Discover beautiful Plaza Redonda hidden among the narrow streets of the old quarter, and be impressed by the monumental city gates of the Torres de Serranos. Ask your guide any questions you have and get tips on what to see and do during the rest of your stay.

Welcome to Valencia: Private Tour with a Local Host

8. Welcome to Valencia: Private Tour with a Local Host

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel or Airbnb accommodation in Valencia city center, and discover the best places to eat and buy groceries in your local neighborhood. Alternatively, meet at a central landmark to start your walking tour with a local host. Get tips about the easiest ways to get around, learn where to find hidden gems and much more. Avail of the inside knowledge of a local resident who is passionate about their city and loves to meet travelers to share what they love the most. Learn what it’s like to live in Valencia, chat about cultural differences, hear about local events and much more. Feel more comfortable navigating the city on your own, confident that you have all the information you need by the end of your experience.

Valencia: Daytime Tapas-Tasting Tour w/ Central Market Visit

9. Valencia: Daytime Tapas-Tasting Tour w/ Central Market Visit

Mornings in the city are fascinating because they always show you the most authentic aspect of how its inhabitants live in their hometown. Having a local brunch called almuerzo is a social activity shared by almost all people in Valencia. “Almorzar” is a gastronomic tradition that defines what Valencia is like and what its people are like: an irreducible village, proud of its culinary localisms! This unique cultural custom is explained more in detail during this tour. Enjoy this tapas brunch in Valencia at exactly the peak time for many cafés, and start your peregrination with a unique, and most typical, local breakfast. To continue the adventure, discover Valencia’s old stores and taste their fresh products, visit the emblematic central market (Mercado Central) where you will experience eat Iberian ham, olives, cheese and wine from the region. Then, explore a local bar where you will sample an authentic almuerzo/brunch as the Valencianos do: the iconic Esmorzaret! End up with a must-do local tradition, the delicious “Orchata”! This adventure is designed to show you the way locals live and interact in the city through the spectrum of food. At each stop of this market brunch tour, you taste an important element of the spanish cuisine. You also learn about the families and history behind each of the cafe, grocery shop and restaurant that you visit. If you have just arrived in town this is a perfect introduction to the Spanish gastronomy, the essentials of Valencia and the local culture. More than a tour, you will live a cultural, walking and gastronomic tour in the same experience. By the end of the adventure, you’ll know exactly why “Esmorzaret Valenciano” culture in the morning can’t exist outside of Valencia !

Valencia: Orange Farm and Orchard Trip with Tastings

10. Valencia: Orange Farm and Orchard Trip with Tastings

Come and enjoy Huerto Ribera experience! Carcaixent, known as "the orange cradle" is 35km from Valencia. Start the tour in Huerto Ribera discovering our eclectic style 19th century modernist house (exterior), walk through its wonderful gardens and orange groves learning about citrus cultivation, its history, varieties, pruning, grafting, flowering... Walk among our fruit trees (oranges, tangerines, avocados, Buddha's hand, citrus caviar, lemons, kumquats, grapefruit, pomegranates, papayas, medlars...). Collect your own oranges (in season, from October till June) and take part in our Naranjas Ribera warehouse and learn how we calibrate and select our oranges before sending them in boxes to all Europe. You will know first-hand the current situation of Valencian citrus growing in an unbeatable environment. Finally, we will visit the well from which the orange orchard is irrigated nodaways. At the end of the visit you will be able to taste typical Valencian products, such as orange juice, tangerines (in season), Valencian liqueurs, homemade jams and orange blossom honey. Valencian liqueurs, homemade jams and orange blossom honey. Come, enjoy and learn about the most traditional crop in Valencia!

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4.7 / 5

based on 440 reviews

We loved are experience. It was very informative and loved learning about the oddities of the the architect. As for the food and wine, they were amazing. We had a great group of people and wish the night could have continued. Our guide Kate was amazing.

This was a wonderful experience! Our guide, Emma, was knowledgeable and super nice. You start with a tour of El Carmen then transition to tapas and wine at an intimate spot. Would definitely recommend.

A lovely tour through the old city centre! Our guide, Tuathla, was lovely and explained everything in a very nice way. The tapas and wine afterwards was amazing. Our group was very nice.

Thanks to our amazing guide we had the opportunity to explore this amazing city while tasting some delicious foods as well. Couldn't have asked for more. Thank you!

Wonderful and informative and you get to see the beautiful architecture and history of the city, would highly recommend!