The Cathedral of Valencia (locally known as the “Seu”) is situated in Valencia Old Town in Plaza de la Reina and Plaza de la Virgin (where you will also find the Basilica of the Virgin de los Desmparados). The Cathedral has the oldest museum in the city (Sala Capitular) which contains the Holy Chalice of Valencia.
The history of Valencia through art The Valencia Museum of Fine Arts takes a journey through Valencian painting from the 14th century to the present day. The Valencia Museum of Fine Arts, also known as the San Pío V Museum, is a benchmark museum in the Region of Valencia.
La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange/Market) Valencia. La Lonja was built from1482 to 1498 and in 1996 was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the style of a fortress the building towers over the Old Town with the Valencian flag flying on top and is opposite Mercado Central in Plaza del Mercado.
In the city center of Valencia is Plaza del Ayuntamiento – Town Hall Square. Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town Hall Square) in the city of Valencia towers over the fountain and flower filled square of this magical city. Similar to Trafalgar Square in London and Times Square in New York, this is where all the major festivals and events are held.