Valencia

Culture

Valencia has a multitude of the most important cultural places of Spain. Here are some advises proposed by AYRE Hotels

  • THE FINE ARTS SAN PIO V MUSEUM
    THE FINE ARTS SAN PIO V MUSEUM

    Situated in the street San Pio V, this known museum is the most important of Valencia and one of the picture galleries most recognized in a national level. Within its collection you will find Valencia authors’ works as El Greco, Goya, Murillo or Velazquez.

  • CHURCH OF SAN JUAN DEL HOSPITAL
    CHURCH OF SAN JUAN DEL HOSPITAL

    The San Juan del Hospital’s Church is a temple of Gothic style and baroque of the 13th century, built on a ground given by Jaime I to the knights’ Order of San Juan Del Hospital. This old convent is declared "National Historic-Artistic Monument”

  • THE MIGUELETE’s CATHEDRAL AND TOWER
    THE MIGUELETE’s CATHEDRAL AND TOWER

    The Cathedral of Valencia goes was built on the 13th century. Through years, it has sudden numerous changes which make that this Cathedral has a no habitual style no dominating, because its changes extend of romantic period to the baroque. The Miguelete’s tower is the bell tower of the Cathedral as well as its symbolism the highest tower. You will not resist visiting this historic antiquity which is on Plaza Almoina.

     

     

  • THE CITY OF THE ARTS AND THE SCIENCES
    THE CITY OF THE ARTS AND THE SCIENCES

    The city of the arts and the sciences is considered today as being the biggest touristic attraction of the city. This playful cultural center is situated in the old bed of the Turia River including 4 buildings: Hemisferic, the Museum of the Sciences, Oceangrafico, and the Palace of the Arts of The Queen Sofía. It is thus an major visit if you think to discover the city.