Useful tips for Valencia bus groups with ‘what to see’ and ‘what to do’ items and ‘bus- friendly’ or must see tourist sites in Valencia. Check our list of attractions before planning your bus tour with a stop or departure in Valencia. Let us know if your favourite attraction or ‘bus-stop’ is not there and you think we should add it to our list of Valencia highlights.
You can rent a bus in Valencia for tours in the city or in Valencia Province. There are a wide variety of guided tours in Valencia; some routes include: Discover suprising Valencia during a minibus tour. Wine tour with a chartered minivan in Valencia, or el Barrio del Carmen (The Neighborhood of Carmen) and its palaces which make this place a special place due to the fact that this thousand-year-old neighborhood grew between two walls, one Christian and the other Muslim. Its streets form a cobblestone labyrinth with impressive medieval buildings that seem to jump out of another point in history. You can visit the palaces and go through the medieval gates of Quart Tower and Serranos Tower.
Don’t miss these stops and attractions while touring or traveling in Valencia:
This is the biggest marine wildlife park in Europe; it’s located on Saler Highway. A great place to take your family and look at the more than 40,000 animals that they have, see acrobatic dolphin shows, and watch documentaries about marine life. This is a must-see.
This is a huge bar where you can enjoy a variety of drinks, such a cocktails, aphrodisiacs, juices, ice cream, and milk shakes, all in a Polynesian-inspired atmosphere decorated with tropical plants, exotic birds, waterfalls, and good “chill-out music” to help you relax and have a good time in this special place. This juice-bar is located on Héroe Romeu Street.
This is a great bar to enjoy the night with your friends and listen to live music (they host a variety of shows here). Located on Polo i Peyrolon Street.
A cool place to dance the night away with your friends. This unique nightclub is located on L’Umbracle Street. There’s a terrace with sofas, little tables, and chairs where you can sit down and enjoy the music; there’s also a dance floor. Open seven days a week. I great place to enjoy a really fun night.
Walk around and go shopping at this huge shopping mall on Menorca Street in downtown Valencia. They have a great variety of shops, bars, and restaurants where you can have something to eat or drink before continuing your shopping.
The city of Valencia belongs to the province of Valencia. Its coasts are bathed by the Mediterranean Sea. With a history going back more than two millennia, in the downtown area you can immerse yourself in the historic district and see buildings like La Catedral La Lonja (The La Lonja Cathedral), La Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados (The Basilica of Our Lady of the Forsaken), situated in La Plaza de la Virgen (The Plaza of the Virgin), and El Tribunal de las Aguas (The Tribunal of the Waters) in La Gran Vía del Marqués del Turia (The Great Path of the Marquess of Turia. Tourist groups with modern tastes can visit La Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias (The City of the Arts and Sciences).
This city offers a nearly endless list of tourism options, but our top pick is a visit to Lonja Cathedral, the Basilica of the Virgin of the Forsaken (la Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados), located in la Plaza de la Virgen, and the Tribunal of the Waters (el Tribunal de las Aguas) on The Great Road of the Marques of Turia (la Gran Vía del Marqués del Turia).
This part of the city of Valencia features various modernist buildings with unique designs by Valencia architect Calatrava. These buildings can be visited from Turia Park and are definitely worth a visit.
You can take a micro bus rented with chauffer downtown to Turia Park, which is a very beautiful, huge public garden where you can admire different fountains, flowers, plants, and works of art. Walking around the area surrounding Turia Park is a very pleasant experience, and the park itself is a great place for a picnic.
Valencia's city council has recently launched the Valenbisi program, a more ecologically sound form of transportation based on the creation of bicycle routes and rentals that are accessible to residents. There are a number of stores that rent bikes, such DoYouBike, Orange Bikes, and Valencia Bikes; these shops are geared towards serving tourists and can tell you about guided bike tours.
If you do not want to stay in the city, travel to the beaches are a good option. During the months of summer, you can enjoy hot temperatures in a dry climate on beaches that are low keyed and quiet at all times except like all of Spain during the first two weeks on August. A great beach to go to is Playa Gandia which is one of the best known in the province of Valencia.
If your trip with minibus with driver around Valencia ends in Valencia and you have one or two days to relax, we advise visiting the beaches in Balneario Las Arenas where you will find Hotel Spa Las Arenas where you have the possibility of relaxing and enjoying a day in the spa.
If you are organizing a golf tour or if you are a tour operator that specializes in golf excursions, in Valencia, there are several golf courses where you can play. Some are near the ocean and others are in cities such as Sedaví which is in the central part of the province or Manises with a 9 hole course.
For agencies that specialize in group and action sports, Valencia offers the possibility of cycling, tennis, scuba diving or just enjoying the night life.
Which is near Castilla de la Mancha and with access by Carretera Nacional 330 offers a variety of flora and fauna with a lot of pine trees.
Located 13 miles (20km) from the center of the city of Valencia and is between the provinces of Castellón and Valencia and is considered the green lung of Valencia. It is lined with rivers and has a variety of different trees and interesting fauna. It is accessible by highways A-23 and CV-35.
There exist options for these tours where you can taste wine, have great food and walk in the surroundings. Some of the wineries that are worth visiting are Bodegas Heretat de Taverners, Bodegas La Viña or Bodegas Celler del Roure which produces among others the brands of wine Ben Viu, Ventas del Puerto Nº 18 and Maduresa.
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