Guided tour to see Valencia's cultural & historic highlights
Chance to see the colourful puppets at the Fallas Museum
Stunning collection inside the National Ceramics Museum
Striking mix of contemporary & long-standing architecture
Free time to explore Valencia's best sights at your leisure
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Admission to Fallas Museum and National Ceramics Museum
Roundtrip transport to and from your Benidorm Central, Benidorm West or Levante hotels
Live tour commentary provided in English
Admission to additional attractions along the tour route
Meals and drinks
Know Before You Book
Children aged 2 and younger are complimentary.
Hotel pick-up is available from most Benidorm Central, Benidorm West and Levante hotels. Please arrange pick-up from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
Please be ready and waiting in your hotel foyer 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.
What you can expect
Discover Valencia's wonderful blend of old and new on this fascinating tour of the city's art and history. Visit 2 museums—one dedicated to the famous Fallas puppets and the other to the renowned ceramics industry—before exploring the city centre at your leisure.
Your tour of Valencian heritage begins at the Fallas Museum, an exhibition of the Styrofoam puppets used in the annual festival. While you stroll around the display, pick out your favourite colourfully decorated caricatures.
At the National Ceramics Museum, see some fine examples of the proud history of ceramic production the city has had for centuries. Housed inside a beautiful ornate building that befits a collection of this quality, the vast array of pottery and tile work is a sight to behold. Then your guide leaves you in the centre of town and you are free to explore on your own.
With majestic palaces, a grand cathedral, medieval shopping districts and old markets, the city has many sites to uncover. In Valencia, the home of paella, delve into the lively restaurant scene in one of the buzzing squares before finishing at the City of Arts and Sciences—a vast futuristic cultural complex that serves as a symbol of the city and the region.