WHAT TO DO IN VALENCIA

PLACES OF INTEREST

The central and unbeatable location of Tartessos Hostel allows our customers to access the hostel and get to know Valencia easily. Whether you travel by train, own vehicle, plane or bus, the Hostal Tartessos is a step away from everything. Among the many places to visit from Tartessos Hostel, we have access by public transport to an infinite number of places to visit in the region and none tourist should miss during their stay in Valencia.

Plaza Redonda

Plaza Redonda

(2 minutes walk)

Without a doubt, Plaza Redonda is one of the great tourist attractions of the city. Located in the Historical Center, this small square offers a view of the city and its peculiarity as a traditional market. Offer customers and visitors an endless number of products including lace, haberdashery, lace, aprons, bibs, handicrafts, souvenirs and even a bird shop.

Central Market

(2 minutes walk)

It has already celebrated 100 years since the laying of the first stone and 90 since the first day it was opened to the public. “The Cathedral of the Senses. There is no better expression to convey what the Central Market is today. A sacred temple where the professors of fresh products receive and transmit the wisdom of the most substantial, our nourishment. An authentic gastronomy theme park.

www.mercadocentralvalencia.es

Mercado Central
Mercado de Colón

Colón Market

(5 minutes walk)

Located in the First Widening of the city of Valencia, delimited by the streets Cirilo Amorós, Conde Salvatierra, Martínez Ferrando and Jorge Juan, the Colón Market is located in the nucleus of one of the areas of greatest commercial activity of the city and constitutes nowadays the vital center of the city of Valencia. A place where you can relax, see and listen to the attractiveness of the city centre with quality of life.

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Barrio de Ruzafa

(5 minutes walk)

Multicultural, eclectic and frenetic. In barely a decade, the confluence of cultures has generated a revolution in the Ruzafa neighborhood, which goes from commerce to the gastronomy, culture and leisure. Life has another rhythm in its streets. The neighbours of always coexist with a new youthful beat with taste for the alternative tendencies. It is the trendy neighbourhood.

Barrio de Ruzafa
Torres de Serranos

Torres de Serranos

(5 minutes walk)

The towers of Serranos, an imposing gateway in the medieval wall, were built by the master Pere Balaguer between 1392 and 1398. It is a work of stonework formed by two large pentagonal cubes flanking the door in the form of a semicircular arch. The monument has been declared of Artistic Historical Interest.

Malvarrosa Beach

(10 minutes by bus)

The Malvarrosa beach is Valencia’s urban beach par excellence. Of all the beaches of Valencia, the Malvarrosa is usually the most crowded during the summer by its closeness to the city. Due to its proximity and open space, the following are usually held numerous activities.

Playa Malvarrosa
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

City of Sciences

(5 minutes by bus)

The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències de València is in itself a show for those who want to see it. eyes. The buildings that make up this imposing centre of leisure and culture, designed by the by Santiago Calatrava, offer an avant-garde image that takes us into the century XXI.

www.cac.es

Albufera

(20 minutes by bus)

The Parc Natural de l’Albufera is one of the most important coastal wetlands in the world representative and valuable of the Valencian Community and the Mediterranean basin. With an area of 21,120 hectares, is located just 10 km from Valencia. Its proximity and ease of access make it a perfect excuse to leave the city and practice nature watching.

albufera.valencia.es

Albufera

Plaza Redonda

(2 minutes walk)

Without a doubt, Plaza Redonda is one of the great tourist attractions of the city. Located in the Historical Center, this small square offers a view of the city and its peculiarity as a traditional market. Offer customers and visitors an endless number of products including lace, haberdashery, lace, aprons, bibs, handicrafts, souvenirs and even a bird shop.

Plaza Redonda

Central Market

(2 minutes walk)

It has already celebrated 100 years since the laying of the first stone and 90 since the first day it was opened to the public. “The Cathedral of the Senses. There is no better expression to convey what the Central Market is today. A sacred temple where the professors of fresh products receive and transmit the wisdom of the most substantial, our nourishment. An authentic gastronomy theme park.

www.mercadocentralvalencia.es

Mercado Central

Colón Market

(5 minutes walk)

Located in the First Widening of the city of Valencia, delimited by the streets Cirilo Amorós, Conde Salvatierra, Martínez Ferrando and Jorge Juan, the Colón Market is located in the nucleus of one of the areas of greatest commercial activity of the city and constitutes nowadays the vital center of the city of Valencia. A place where you can relax, see and listen to the attractiveness of the city centre with quality of life.

mercadocolon.es

Mercado de Colón

Barrio de Ruzafa

(5 minutes walk)

Multicultural, eclectic and frenetic. In barely a decade, the confluence of cultures has generated a revolution in the Ruzafa neighborhood, which goes from commerce to the gastronomy, culture and leisure. Life has another rhythm in its streets. The neighbours of always coexist with a new youthful beat with taste for the alternative tendencies. It is the trendy neighbourhood.

Barrio de Ruzafa

Torres de Serranos

(5 minutes walk)

The towers of Serranos, an imposing gateway in the medieval wall, were built by the master Pere Balaguer between 1392 and 1398. It is a work of stonework formed by two large pentagonal cubes flanking the door in the form of a semicircular arch. The monument has been declared of Artistic Historical Interest.

Torres de Serranos

Malvarrosa Beach

(10 minutes by bus)

The Malvarrosa beach is Valencia’s urban beach par excellence. Of all the beaches of Valencia, the Malvarrosa is usually the most crowded during the summer by its closeness to the city. Due to its proximity and open space, the following are usually held numerous activities.

Playa Malvarrosa

City of Sciences

(5 minutes by bus)

The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències de València is in itself a show for those who want to see it. eyes. The buildings that make up this imposing centre of leisure and culture, designed by the by Santiago Calatrava, offer an avant-garde image that takes us into the century XXI.

www.cac.es

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

Albufera

(20 minutes by bus)

The Parc Natural de l’Albufera is one of the most important coastal wetlands in the world representative and valuable of the Valencian Community and the Mediterranean basin. With an area of 21,120 hectares, is located just 10 km from Valencia. Its proximity and ease of access make it a perfect excuse to leave the city and practice nature watching.

albufera.valencia.es

Albufera

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