The view on the terrace of Torres Serranos
Torres de Serranos

Useful tips for your visit

Here are our recommendations and tips to make sure that you make the most of your experience and you don’t miss out on anything the Torres de Serranos have to offer.

  • Check the weather for the day before you head off to the tower, as on particularly windy or rainy days, the tower will be closed off for safety reasons.
  • You can get in for free if you come on a Sunday, but remember that on those days the Towers are only open from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm, and they are also busier than usual. If you want to enjoy the monument in tranquillity, we recommend you go during the week.
  • There are quite a few steps to reach the top of the tower, so come prepared and bring some water along.
  • If you are susceptible to the heat, we recommend avoiding the hottest hours of the day (1:00 pm - 4:00 pm) during the summer months.
  • The climb is worth the impressive aerial view that you will get at the top. Remember to bring your camera with you!
  • Even just from the outside, from the bridge, you’ll get great photos of the Towers. To avoid having the sun in your face and ruining your photos, it’s best to come early in the morning, before the sun is too high, or later in the evening. This way you’ll enjoy the golden hues of the stone even more.
  • Even on less windy days, the top of the tower can be windier than ground level due to its height. You should come dressed accordingly if you don’t want your clothes or accessories to fly off in the wind.
  • The climb is split into sections, so don’t forget to go to both sides of the tower, as you get totally different views. One is over the Old Town, and the other is over the park and its surroundings.
View from both sides of Torres Serranos in Valencia
On the left, the view from the southern side. On the right, the view from the northern side of the Serranos Towers