As we have mentioned before, Valencia enjoys great weather for most of the year, with very few rainy days. It is also a moderately-sized city, with mostly flat ground. You can cross the city centre in about half an hour. All of these elements make it the perfect city to explore on foot.
While you might need some form of wheeled transportation to get to the more peripheral neighbourhoods, walking in Valencia will allow you to pick your own pace. On foot, you can enjoy the sun with a peaceful walk in the park. You will be able to stop wherever you like and discover Valencia’s alleys and unexpected corners, which you might not be able to see on other means of transportation.
A great option, before starting to wander off on your own, is to get introduced to the city, its history, monuments, and curiosities with a guided tour.
There are many options available, which include guided tours with professional tour guides or with locals. You can choose among several experiences. You will have the more classic city centre walking tours, modernist art tours, and cultural excursions (visits to monuments and museums). There are also more specifically themed tours, such as street art tours, day excursions (for example to the rice fields in Albufera), even Wine and Tapas tours.
We have also created our own selection of itineraries to guide you around Valencia during your stay. In our carefully chosen tours, we will make sure you are not missing out on any of the essential city sights, and we will show you everything this amazing city has to offer.
You can pick any itinerary from our themed tours selection, and you will be able to choose between tours of different duration. Whether you are here in Valencia for two days or two weeks, we’ve got you covered!Check out the available itineraries!
Getting around on foot is the best option if…
- You want to take your own time visiting the city.
- You like getting lost in new cities, finding hidden corners.
- You want to be spontaneous while visiting the city, stopping wherever you like.