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Valencia: Private Panoramic Tuk-Tuk Tour

1. Valencia: Private Panoramic Tuk-Tuk Tour

Enjoy a personalized tour through the city of Valencia. Your private tuk-tuk tour and guide will adapt to your needs, attending to the pickup point and time from anywhere in the city of Valencia. If you prefer, the guide can recommend a suitable itinerary to your personal tastes when making the tour. Recommended spots to see on the tour are: Estación del Norte, Biblioteca Publica Valencia, Torres de Quart, IVAM, Torres Serrano, San Pio V, Puerta del Mar, Mestalla, Palau de la música, Edificio del Reloj, Tinglados Puerto, Puerto, Playa las Arenas, Ciudad Artes y Ciencias, Oceanografic, Museo Fallero, Mercado Colón, El Parterre, Palacio Marques de dos Aguas, and Plaza de Toros

Welcome to Valencia: Private Tour with a Local Host

2. 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: Private Food Tour – 10 Tastings with Locals

3. Valencia: Private Food Tour – 10 Tastings with Locals

Eat your way through Valencia's culinary scene on a private food tour. Go on a delicious journey as you try 10 of the best food items beloved by the locals: from savory to sweet and local drinks; this tour leaves every foodie satisfied. Enjoy a bite of the ultimate classics manchego cheese with agua de Valencia and taste them in their authentic, local flavor. Each tasting is typical of the local cuisine and hand-picked by a local guide passionate about food.  Visit Loja de la Seda and other remarkable spots in between food stops and learn their history and cultural relevance from your knowledgeable guide. 

Valencia: Grand City Private Segway Tour

4. Valencia: Grand City Private Segway Tour

First, you'll take your Segway to Turia Park. This is one of the most beautiful and largest urban parks not only in Valencia but also in the whole of Spain. Crossed by eighteen bridges that represent the history of the city, the one-time riverbed passes by the major monuments and museums on both banksides. While going through this magnificent park, you can see the unique mixture of vast gardens, sports areas, footpaths, and romantic spots. From the City of Arts and Sciences to Cabecera Park, this is the perfect place for families, cyclists, runners, and enthusiasts. After about half an hour of riding through the park, we will reach The City of Arts and Sciences. This is a huge entertainment-based complex that blends scientific, architectural, and cultural buildings. You will spend about an hour sightseeing here, and then head towards the port. Valencia Seaport is the ending location of the tour and this is your unique opportunity to enjoy the beautiful beaches and shores on a Segway. The route passes by some of the most alluring beaches, such as La Malvarrosa, Las Arenas, and El Cabañal as well as the old docks and charming port alike. On this circuit, you pass by La Marina Real Juan Carlos I, the Veles e Vents building, and the clock building.

Valencia: Old Town Segway Tour

5. Valencia: Old Town Segway Tour

If you want to learn about the wonderful history of Valencia, while enjoying a unique adventure, this is your ideal tour. Visiting the old town of Valencia is something already exciting, now imagine doing it on a Segway! Here is a description of the places we will visit during our Segway tour through the old town of Valencia. Archaeological Museum of Valencia The word museum may not sound very exciting, but in reality it is much more than a museum, it is an ancient Roman square. Today, this ancient square is home to the Archaeological Museum of Valencia, one of the best archaeological centers in Europe. This is a perfect spot to have a panoramic view of the great monuments of the city, which have been declared of historical and artistic interest. Basilica and Cathedral After our trip to the past in archaeological ruins, we will head towards the Basilica, a beautiful building with a blue oval dome, which houses inside it the Patron Saint of the Valencians: La Virgen de los Desamparados, her figure was transferred in 1666 from the Cathedral, which is our next stop. The Cathedral of Valencia has a lot of history and is very peculiar, as it is located where centuries before there was an Arab Mosque. The construction of the Cathedral is a fusion of many architectural styles, which we will discover on our tour. Plaza de la Virgen We will continue to the Plaza de la Virgen, one of the most dazzling and emblematic squares in Valencia. It is surrounded by picturesque buildings, a large fountain, known as the Fountain of Neptune and a wide gastronomic offer of typical foods of Valencia. From the Plaza de la Virgen, we will visit the Palacio de la Generalitat Valenciana, the old town hall of the city. This 15th century palace presents a mixture of architectural styles, including Valencian Gothic. We will continue along Calle Caballeros, a street that has kept its name since 1412 and where noble families used to live. Today this street is home to a variety of stores and restaurants. The small alleys lead to different directions with many hidden wonders, including churches and some incredible street art. We will arrive at the church of San Nicolas, also known as "the little Sistine Chapel of Valencia". It is a historical monument of the city of Valencia, where its vaults have been decorated with fresco paintings. Today it is one of the most visited churches in Valencia. Then continuing along Caballeros Street, we will see the Fuente del Negrito, the first public fountain of the city of Valencia. This fountain is located in the square named after him, La Plaza del Negrito. Portal of Valldigna and Torre Mora We will then pass through the famous Portal de la Valldigna. This passage through the old Muslim wall once served as a gateway to the city through which access to medieval Valencia, a city in which many noble families had settled. We will observe later a tower of the Arab wall that remains standing from Muslim times in Valencia. El Carmen Church and the Contemporary Cultural Center of El Carmen We will continue through the charming Barrio del Carmen, to come across the Iglesia del Carmen. This church has a unique exterior, considered one of the best Mannerist altarpieces in the city. We will then head to the Convent del Carmen, which houses the Museo del Carmen, dedicated to temporary exhibitions and is connected to the Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine Arts). This Convent has its origins in the 13th century, it is one of the oldest parts of the city, you will really feel transported back in time. Nearby is also the famous Plaza del Carmen, a wonderful place, especially at night. Its narrow streets are home to tapas bars, restaurants, shopping and souvenir stores. Serrano Towers Finally, we will head to the impressive Serrano Towers. You will surely have seen them on postcards of Valencia or upon arriving in the city. The Serranos Towers were built in the 14th century and are one of the twelve gates that were part of the old Christian wall of the city of Valencia. Today only two of these twelve gates remain, and the Serranos Towers were and still are considered the main entrance to the city of Valencia. After our trip back in time to medieval Valencia, it's time for a little more adventure with our Segways. We will ride down the old Turia river towards the Viveros Garden, the green heart of the city. Here there is a perfect circuit to ride our Segways and conclude our tour with the best energy.

Valencia City of Arts and Sciences Segway Tour

6. Valencia City of Arts and Sciences Segway Tour

Explore the amazing City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia by Segway and discover one of the most important cultural and architectural sites in Europe from a different perspective. Benefit from a short training session to feel more comfortable and confident on the personal transporter before you set off. Then, discover the futuristic monuments of a regenerated part of the city. Get a better appreciation of the contemporary architecture, designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Learn how the bed of the Turia River was transformed into beautiful gardens where art and nature blend to offer the best of both worlds. See extraordinary buildings such as the Hemisfèric and the landscaped gardens of the Umbracle. Marvel at how the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe is shaped like the skeleton of a whale and more.

Valencia: Xàtiva Private Day Tour

7. Valencia: Xàtiva Private Day Tour

Explore the majestic city of Xátiva on this private day tour and learn about its rich history. Discover highlights of this birthplace of the Borgia Popes, such as the historic center, Santa Maria Collegiate Church, Xátiva Castle, and more. After pickup from your accommodation, relax in a private car as your expert guide details interesting facts about the places you’ll visit.  The historic center of Xátiva will make you feel like you’re a trip to the past, with streets are full of religious, civil and local buildings that are true medieval architectural gems. Head to the Plaza de la Trinidad, dominated by medieval buildings and monuments, such as palaces and convents. See the beautiful royal fountain of the Trinity in its center. This Valencian Gothic-style structure is one of the few public fountains still intact in Spain. Discover the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, erected over an ancient mosque as a symbol of the triumph of Christianity. This highlight of the city is full of incredible architectural detailing, with baroque and gothic stylings. Visit Xátiva Castle, one of the most important fortresses of the Crown of Aragon, with its impressive exterior. See other highlights of the city, like Alexander VI Square, St. Peter's Church, and Market Square. At the end of the guided tour, you’ll head back to Valencia vitalized by the incredible sights and culture from the tour.

Valencia: Private Tailored Tour

8. Valencia: Private Tailored Tour

Explore Valencia on a tailored fully-flexible private tour in the language of your choice. The guide will design the itinerary according to your wishes. This way you can spend more time exploring the sights you are more interested in and avoid wasting time at monuments you wouldn’t normally visit. The tour is aimed at small groups or families, with an optimal maximum number of 10 people. You can create your own itinerary, use an already set tour or even combine a set tour with some ideas of your own. Most popular tours include a visit of the historic center to enjoy the city’s must-see sites, a night-time walk focusing on the least-known side of Valencia or a children’s activity to explore its streets with games. You can also visit the contemporary architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences or bike through the beautiful park on the old riverbed. Guided tours in Valencia’s major museums, such the Museum of Fine Arts or the IVAM, are also available.

Valencia: City of Arts and Sciences Segway Tour

9. Valencia: City of Arts and Sciences Segway Tour

Begin your Segway tour from the Serrano Gates after meeting with your group and guide. Used to defend invaders at the end of the 14th century, the Serrano Gates are some of the oldest in the city. Ride on down to Turia Park. This spacious park is known as the "lungs" of Valencia because it’s numerous green spaces represent the entire wealth of Mediterranean flora. It’s one of the largest parks in Spain and stretches all the way from Bioparc to the City of Arts and Sciences. Make your way through the park and reach Santiago Calatrava, one of Valencia’s must-see attractions. This glorious futuristic architecture project is dedicated to scientific and cultural achievement. It’s six edifices have become a symbol for the great city of Valencia. Explore the monument and admire its eloquent forms and the channels of crystal clear water that surround it.

Seville: Historical Walking Tour with Wine and Tapas

10. Seville: Historical Walking Tour with Wine and Tapas

The Mudejar architectural style refers to the construction of an art element by citizens who still use Arabic techniques in a Christian world. As you walk around seeking examples of the movement, your professional guide will shed light on the historical significance of each one. The first stop is Santa Catalina Church, a recently renovated ancient mosque turned Mudejar in the 13th-14th centuries. Walk along Feria Street and enjoy a interesting sensation as you are placed between three worlds: the Middle Ages, the 19th, and the 20th century. Explore La Alameda, one of the first leisure promenades in Spain and a great place to stop for a tapa and to try some different wines in the sun. Right after, visit three marvelous examples of Mudejar architecture: Omniun Sactorum, San Marcos, and Santa Marina. Continue to Los Marqueses de la Algaba Church and the ancient Family House. At this point, you'll have the chance to sample another tapa; nearby the church is a medieval market full of cute tiny taverns serving a wide range of wines. Visit the historical neighborhood, San Gil, and walk around the city's oldest Roman wall, La Macarena. Here, your guide will explain some of Seville's most intriguing legends and share glasses of orange wine. Return to the meeting point to conclude the tour, or continue sightseeing on your own.

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What people are saying about Valencia

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 21 reviews

We had an excellent tour of Xativa with Pablo, our guide. He was very knowledgeable about the site and the area, and he set a good pace for the tour for the 14 of us traveling together. He was very friendly and attentive and answered all our questions, including from the younger kids on the trip. Our bus driver was friendly and always on time. I emailed with Maya prior to the trip and she answered all my questions and ensured that we were ready for our tour.

Super nice guide in the electric tuk-tuk! Was great fun! Tip: Book a tour on Saturday or Sunday - because of traffic!!!

David was a great tour guide. Easy, very friendly, high quality and great customer service company overall.

A point of attention we had booked for 2 hours but were ready after 1.5 hours.

Collected us on time and tailored the tour to our requirements.