Valencia city tour
Leisure - Travel agencies specialising in accessible tourism
You will meet your guide at your hotel (if in the centre) or at the cathedral. Valencia is flat, so the old centre can easily be visited in a wheelchair. You will learn something about the history of the city while rolling through the old city and seeing the most interesting buildings. Some buildings can be visited easily, like the famous Mercado Central (fresh produce market), a beautiful building, or the Silk Exchange, La Lonja, but entry to museums, churches and the cathedral is usually not included in the tour. It is recommended that you visit them at your own convenience, or let us know if you want to enter some of the buildings. We could include a stop for coffee, or "orxata", a typical Valencian summerdrink made of the tigernut. Optional: we continue to the modern part of the city, by city bus (all adapted) or with an adapted taxi (wheelchair accessible), to see the City of Arts and Sciences, the ultra-modern buildings of architect Calatrava.