Free Walking tours in the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia

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Vivian 05 Oct 2023

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2023
Gave was a delightful guide He took us to many sites and we went inside a few on th way
Historical Private Walking Tour in Valencia
Jan Müller 26 Sep 2023

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Travelled in family - Sep 2023
Gabe is very knowledgeable about the history of Valencia and knows a lot of interesting facts which he shares in a funny and easy manner. We were on a tour with a 4-year old and he tailored the route to accommodate child’s requirements and make it interesting for her too. All in all can highly recommend Gabe to introduce you to València.
Valencia with children – Free walking tour
Aline 01 Sep 2023

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Travelled in family - Sep 2023
Absolut zu empfehlen. Kleine Gruppe, interessante Informationen, abwechslungsreich
From the river to the City of Arts and Sciences
Eoin 17 Aug 2023

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Travelled alone - Aug 2023
Sara's tour was fantastic! Her passion for history and art is expressed through her tour and she was very knowledgeable. She made the tour fun and entertaining. Well worth the time and energy. I would take this tour again. Highly recommend!
Sophie 16 Aug 2023

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Travelled alone - Aug 2023
Eduardo is an amazing tour guide and very kind. I ended ip being the only person on this 4 hour bike tour of the Albufera, but Eduardo still insisted on doing the tour, which was very kind of him as I was the only one on the tour and other tour guides usually cancel their tours when they think there are not enough people. Eduardo was insightful, a true Valencian local who had loads of information to share. The ride was a real pleasure and Eduardo insisted on sending over after the tour ended extra information which was very nice also. I highly recommend this tour, thank you Eduardo!
Bike tour to the Albufera of Valencia
Emer 07 Aug 2023

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Travelled in group - Aug 2023
Valentín was great. Lots of fun and very willing to answer all questions 😊
Markets of Valencia: The Tapas and Brunch Tour
John 29 Jul 2023
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Travelled alone - Jul 2023
Today I have enjoyed the experience of tyris tour. Thanks to the tour guide Ulises I have been able to learn about the history of Valencia as well as some curiosities of the city. I will never forget the city of Valencia, it is something that I will take with me forever
Verena 25 Jul 2023

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Travelled in couple - Jul 2023
The Tour with John was very enjoyable, he's a laidback open guy who can answer all questions and gives helpful tips for your stay in Valencia. Would recommend, especially as the tour in the evening has a nicer temperature for a walk than the afternoon.
Authentic Valencia Free Tour
Philippe 14 Jul 2023

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Travelled alone - Jul 2023
I ended up being the only one on the tour but that did not stop her from giving a super tour. I could see she is passionate and very knowledgeable about Valencia. Absolutely recommend
Free tour Discover Valencia with "Rapunzel"

The City of Arts and Sciences is a vibrant tourist destination in Valencia. It is an extensive complex of buildings and gardens that focuses on showcasing human creativity and innovation.
The complex consists of three main areas: the Oceanográfico, the Science Museum and the City of Arts and Sciences Park. No matter how you approach it, you'll find a different exhibition or experience waiting for you. But there is no better way than to let yourself be guided by a Free Tour like the ones we offer at Guruwalk.
The tours are designed to be educational for all ages with fun activities such as puzzles or games at each stop that will educate participants about architecture, culture or science.
The Oceanogràfic was the world's first oceanarium and is now one of Spain's most popular tourist attractions. It has a total surface area of 180,000 square metres and offers more than 3,000 marine animals (marine species, mammals, birds). The centrepiece of the complex is a 10-storey building featuring exhibits on marine life and ecosystems.
The Valencia Science Museum is a museum dedicated to the promotion of science, technology, art and culture. It was founded in 1923 by Vicente Alberdi y López de la Serna. It is also the first and only regional science museum in Spain and is one of the most important scientific institutions in Europe for its extensive research work in science and technology.
Finally, the Park of Arts and Sciences is an artificial site that was built in 1969. It is located in what was once a large port area. The construction of this park has transformed not only the landscape but also the identity of Valencia.
Valencia's culture is being enriched by attractions such as this unique museum and research centre that attracts tourists from all over Europe. One study found that more than 200,000 people visit each year. This provides an economic boost to the city, as well as a sense of pride for locals who see it as their own Disneyland.
As you can see, it is a major tourist attraction in the city.

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