|Arrive: 10/03/16 8:00 AM||Depart: 10/03/16 11:00 PM|
Guided Sightseeing Option: Please see below for details on this option.
Enjoy a private chauffeur driven luxury sedan for “Guided Sightseeing” touring.
Meet your expert local driver and guide for the drive to Valencia.
A panoramic visit to Valencia will introduce you to the city’s history through its architecture and urban development. While exploring the old quarter, you will visit the cathedral and enjoy the beautiful façade of the Silk Exchange, declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. You will also visit the beautiful Valencia food market, where you will enjoy its outstanding architecture and the sight of the outstanding Mediterranean raw products. At the Turia Riverbed you will learn about top Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava, and his City of Arts & Sciences. You will see the outside of the IMAX Cinema and Planetarium – known as the L’Hemisfèric – the Palace of the Arts, and Prince Felipe Science Museum as well as the Universal Oceanographic Park.
Return to the ship.
*Gratuities have been prepaid. Additional gratuities are at guest’s discretion.
"At Your Leisure" Option: Please see below for details on this option.
Enjoy a private chauffeur driven luxury sedan for “At Your Leisure” touring. You decide where you want to go and what you want to see.*
*Mileage restrictions may apply.
Please review the Destination Guide below to help you plan your sightseeing.
Valencia is one of the biggest, liveliest cities in Spain. It is located at the Mediterranean sea with beaches right in its heart that offer every kind of sports. With its active nightlife and various cultural offerings, Valencia is one of the most dynamic cities in Spain. One of the most famous buildings in Valencia is the Cathedral and its tower named, "El Miquelet" (Little Michael) which was built between 1381 and 1424. Try Spain's most famous food right where it was born: "Paella Valenciana". Valencia is the city where "El Cid", Spain's national hero, fought against the Moors, and popular festivals in the city and many villages around still remind of this epoch.