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The old part of the city is one of the oldest and best kept in Europe. There you will find stunning examples of Gothic, Neoclassism, Baroque and Modernism styles

See the ‘La Lonja’ (The Exchange), declared as UNESCO World Heritage in 1996. Opposite this is an interesting piece of modernism: the Mercado Central, full of vivacity – and also has been declared as a''Heritage of Cultural Interest’’. The Estación del Norte (main railway station) is another good example of a modernist building, which boasts a beautifully decorated tiled façade.

Visit the Cathedral, a combination of late Roman Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque and the Cathedral Museum. See the Marquis de Dos Aguas Palace with its stunning examples of Valencian Rococco.

You can also visit the parts of the ancient wall of the Town including the Serranos Towers and some hidden gems such as the Plaza Redonda.  All walks can of course be tailored to your specific requirements.