Wheelchair Accessible Valencia Old Town, and the City of Arts and Sciences Hero

Highlights of this tour

  • City of Arts and Sciences. Complex only, no outside visits.
  • Old River Turia Gardens
  • Historic City Center of Valenciat, outside visits, including:
  • Serrano’s Towers
  • Government Building
  • Royal Basilica
  • Cathedral, with the impressive tower bell and the historical doors
  • Bishop Palace
  • Santa Catalina Church
  • Central Market 

Accessibility information

  • Requires some walking/rolling in the Old Town
  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation between the sites
  • City of Arts and Science complex fully wheelchair accessible
  • Stepfree route
  • Occassional cobble stones in the Old Town

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 4 hours
  • English speaking officially licensed tour guide
  • Wheelchair accessible vehicle
  • Pick up from accommodation or cruise port

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Extended tour options possible. Ask us about the options.
Peniscola Castell Valencia
City of arts and science Valencia
Beautiful old door in Valencia

About this Wheelchair Accessible Valencia Old Town, and the City of Arts and Sciences tour

Your Valencia Old Town City of Arts and Sciences tour begins when you meet your private guide at your accommodation or the cruise port, with private adapted vehicle. After a short drive your first stop is the City of Arts and Science. See the avant-garde Valencia of the 21st century and the work of the internationally renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, born in Valencia. Your guide will explain everything about the massive buildings that make up this architectural complex of Calatrava. This is the perfect tour if you are limited in time, but wish to see both the futuristic Valencia as the historical City Center.

The City of Art and Sciences

See the Hemispheric. This holds a giant screen in Spain covering 900 square meters and three projection systems. Followed by the Umbracle, which is a viewpoint from which you can see all the buildings, with walks and gardens. In its interior houses, the parking of the City of Sciences. The international reference for lovers of the opera, is the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia. And last, but not least, the Prince Felipe Museum of Sciences.

Historical city center

After visiting modern Valencia, enjoy a panoramic drive towards the Historical City Center. During this drive, you see the Old River Turia Gardens. When you reach the Historical Center, this tour continues with a strolling tour to see external views of the most characteristic monuments and landmarks of Valencia, as the Cathedral and its bell tower, Serrano’s Towers with Virgin Square and the Royal Basilica. For those wishing to taste and buy local gastronomic products, do not miss the Central Market. Fully accessible and open from Mondays to Saturdays from 08:00-14:30.

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