Enjoy the freedom a scooter gives you and discover places you won’t find on a conventional tour! After all, why travel the world only to spend time on a bus or waiting for a taxi?
Follow your expert guide along the city streets seeing Valencia’s highlights along the way.
Marvel at the 13th century Cathedral with its eclectic mix of architectural styles and the iconic bell tower, Miguelet. Another amazing sight awaiting you is the Torres de Serranos, a stone gateway from the 14th century. This is one of Valencia's most iconic buildings!
You’ll see the revamped port, now named the Copa America port, in honor of Valencia hosting the 32nd America’s Cup in 2007.
You’ll have the chance to amble the narrow streets of Barrio del Carmen, Valencia’s bohemian neighborhood, popular with artists and tourists!
Your exciting Valencia Guided Scooter Tour experience begins when you make your way to the tour operator’s office at C/Ribalta 6, Bajos Derecho, 46001, Valencia. On this 3.5-hour scooter tour, you’ll see Valencia’s highlights from a different perspective. Led by experienced multi-lingual guides, the tour visits the most significant sites but at the same time gives you an insight into local life and culture.
One of the sights you’ll see is the gorgeous 13th century Cathedral with its octagonal, Gothic style bell tower, the Miguelete. The cathedral’s architecture is a mix of Gothic, Romanesque, French Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and neo-Classical elements.
You’ll also see the Torres de Serranos, the twin-towered stone gates from the original city walls. Dating from the 14th century, these gates were the city’s main exit to Barcelona and northern Spain.
Along the way, you’ll see the Silk Exchange ("La Lonja de la Seda"), declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996. The late Gothic style building is emblematic of Valencia’s commercial prosperity in the 15th century.
You’ll marvel at the City of Arts and Sciences, an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex that is the most important modern tourist destination in Valencia.
You’ll have a chance to saunter the winding streets of the Barrio del Carmen, Valencia’s bohemian neighborhood and one of the oldest areas of the city. With boutiques, restaurants and clubs, it’s popular with tourists and artists.
At the Copa America port, you’ll see La Marina Real Juan Carlos I, which was built for the 32nd America’s Cup, held in 2007.
Upon conclusion of the tour, you’ll return to the starting point. From there, you are free to make your own way back to your accommodation.
Start time: 1030h (10:30am)
Duration: 3.5 hours
C/Ribalta 6, Bajos Derecho, 46001, Valencia.
Please report at the meeting point 30 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
C/Ribalta 6, Bajos Derecho, 46001, Valencia
Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. Don’t forget to bring a camera!
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
Please hand a copy of your booking voucher to the staff at the local activity operator’s office.
The client has to deposit 150€ which he/she leave either in cash or credit card while he/she is doing the tour
A minimum of two guests is required for this tour.
Children are allowed to be passengers on the scooter as long as they are tall enough to touch the feet stands of the scooter and they are at least 7 years old.
The tour is not suitable for infants.
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