La Cordà Image gallery Introduction Practical Info Image gallery FAQs La Cordà Image gallery Cliffs and Old Fishing Trails around Moraira starstarstarstarstar 34 from 200,00€ Singular Valencia Wine Tour Utiel Requena Wineries starstarstarstarstar 34 from 170,00€ Valencia Arts and Sciences Segway Tour starstarstarstarstar 27 from 55,00€ Valencia Port Private Segway Tour starstarstarstarstar 24 from 60,00€ VIEW ALL This is the Cordà in images. During the Corda, the public is kept at a safe distance from the cage. Inside the cohetodromo, the pyrotechnicians are dressed in full protective gear to set off the fireworks and firecrackers. As with many other Fallas events, the Corda attracts a lot of visitors, so it’s best to arrive early if you want to secure a good spot. Huge amounts of explosives are set off in the Corda, producing smoke, noise, and stunning visuals. It is customary to have a firework show to conclude the Corda. The Corda offers unique photo opportunities, as it is different from most other pyrotechnical displays. Get your Valencia Tourist Card Book your VTC now and skip the long queues Book now Practical Info FAQs More related activities... E-Scooter Rental for ALL DAY starstarstarstarstar 23 from 40,00€ Valencia Half Day City Highlights (Private Tour) starstarstarstarstar 22 from 220,00€ Wine Tasting Experience with a Professional Sommelier in Valencia City Center starstarstarstarstar 22 from 55,00€ Valencia Private Half Day Bike Tour starstarstarstarstar 21 from 55,00€ VIEW ALL You might also be interested in... Top 7 must-see areas in Valencia Whether you consider yourself more of a history lover, a shopping enthusiast, a hopeless romantic, or a backpacker waiting to kick back and relax with the locals, there’s a place for you in Valencia. These are the neighbourhoods and areas that you cannot miss if you really want to get to know the city. Torres de Quart A stern defence gate that endured the attack of military troops and time, the Quart Towers stand today as an important remnant of the Valencian Middle Ages. City of Arts and Sciences At the end of the old Turia riverbed lies one of the most iconic destinations in Valencia. A futuristic complex, bringing together heritage and innovation, devoted to science, art and culture. Despertà A thundering, electrifying parade of popping firecrackers and upbeat marching band music. This is how Valencia wakes up during Fallas. The metro and tram in Valencia Valencia’s urban rail network counts a total of 146 stations, divided into ten active lines. With its total length of 162 km, it covers Valencia’s urban area thoroughly and it is a great way to move around the city. Useful apps and tools to move around in Valencia Whether you are taking public or private transport, there are many tools to help you plan your journeys in Valencia. Many of these apps will give you live information about availability and routes, and even let you pay for tickets. All you need is a smartphone or alternative device with an internet connection.