Specialty Tours

Firstly, Valencia itself is a prettily hidden gem, so we don’t suggest that basic Valencia will not surprise you in itself, even with seeing the better known spots

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Fallas, one of Spain’s biggest parties, happens every year in Valencia from March 15 – March 19. There are many different elements of the Fallas festival to experience, both during …

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Valencia was ‘founded’ by the Romans in 138 BC as Valentia, deriving from the valiant, brave Roman generals who spent their retirement in this sunny, coastal city. Modern …

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The Moors were the Muslim people of present-day Morocco who ruled parts of Spain for over 700 years. They were present in the Valencia area for 500 years, so they …

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Valencia in the 15th century was in its Golden Age, and this rise in wealth and prominence in Valencia led to a broader Golden Age of Spain in the following century. At a time when …

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This tour focuses on some of Valencia’s most ornate historical buildings, a style typical of 17th and 18th century architecture. We visit the beautifully restored Palace of …

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Barcelona is most well-known for Modernisme and Antoni Gaudi, but this colorful, dazzling architectural style featuring wrought iron, tile-work, and glass appeared all over Spain …

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Valencia is as rich in art as it is in history, with pieces dating back to the prehistoric era to the modernista movement and even contemporary street art. We would …

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Every city in Spain has dozens – if not hundreds – of churches, almost all of which are Catholic, and Valencia is no different. Valencia’s largest cathedral – Saint Mary’s Cathedral – is …

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