The twin-towered stone gates of the Torres de Serranos are all that remains of Valencia’s original city walls. The imposing 14th century gates were the city’s main exit to Barcelona and northern Spain.
Today the gates are a popular photo stop, and you can climb to the top for great views of Valencia.
Free guided tours take you through the battlements and walkways every day except Mondays.
excellent, felt like meeting friend in Valencia to show you around - it was just 3 of us in group and the lady showing us around was great :)
This was an excellent small group walking tour...Jose' was fantastic. Pointed out the highlights and the local gems. Highly recommended
The tour was very informative in that it helped me to know what was where (and how to get to them in a city with many narrow winding streets) but also in regards to the history of monuments, museums, government buildings, plazas, etc. I learned a great deal about current trends and age old traditions as well. Thank you, Beatrice! You are a phenomenal guide!!
The Torres de Serranos are in the north of the city center, just south of the Turia Gardens. The closest metro stop is Alameda.