Thought to be the largest Gothic gateway in Europe, the Torres de Serranos are among Valencia's most iconic structures. Centrally located and offering inexpensive access, you can climb all the way to the top of the pentagon-shaped towers for an excellent view of the city and surrounding neighborhoods, as well as the Turia River. They feature impressive parapets and even the remains of an old moat. Built in 1391 by the architect Pere Balaguer, they are one of just two of the twelve gates to the medieval city that still exist.
Plaza de la Reina is a town square and major social gathering hub for Valencia. Centered in Old... Read more