Worth a visit just for the awesome surrounding buildings alone. €8 entry provides value for money. There was more than enough to see for 3/4 hours.
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Valencia, is just a great city to walk and enjoy. In 1957 after severe flooding the city diverted the Turia river and created the Garden of the Turia, 12 different spaces of 120 acres for walking, running , bicycling or leisure strolling all with native...More
Beautiful place and a must for tourists visiting Valencia. One of a kind. It is easily accessible and is one of the stops on the Hop on/Hop off buses.
The place is great but they have very bad idea of service like in most Spain. But worth visiting if you are in Valencia.
Only viewed this from walking around the outside and that took most of the afternoon. Did not have time to enjoy what was inside, another time.
Travelled from Barcelona via car and stayed for a couple of nights. Valencia is a nice place but not especially worth the trip unless you have an interest in Santiago Calatrava's Architecture. The Architecture is great but the Museum and the accompanying Opera House and...More
The architecture is stunning, most of the buildings in this part of the city are surrounded by water which adds to the amazing views of them. If in Valencia you must check these out.
You've probably seen many photos of this already, but its definitely worth a visit even if the you dont go into the buildings.