Miguelete Tower or Micalet tower (in Valencian) is known as the belfry of the Valencia Cathedral. It is a Gothic-style tower 51 meters tall (when we went up we had to stop a few times to get air), but I assure you it is worth since
Declared as a Historical Artistic Monument in 1931, these towers are part of the medieval Christian walls, as were the Torres de Quart, and their gates were symbols of power and importance. Pere Balaguer began construction on them in
I pass it every day to go to work and I’ve never entered so why is it my favourite spot? For the symmetry of its shape and because it’s a great passageway to achieve great photos of interesting people, being that it is right next to
The alabaster door created by Vergara is the most impressive sight, a masterpiece known as “churrigueresco.” It’s a glorious building that is now home to the National Museum of Ceramics, with some exceptional displays of works from
Finally it looks beautiful after their arduous restoration of the Palacio de Comunicaciones (Communications Palace), which is its real name. Its architect was Miguel Angel Navarro and his work was completed in 1922.
This magnificent fifteenth century baroque style bridge was built entirely of stone to replace the former made of wood, which was devastated by the great flood of River Turia in the said century. Its name comes from the fact it was