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Micalet - Miguelete, Valencia

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Earn striking views of Valencia by climbing 51 m (167 ft) up to the terrace of . The 14th-century bell tower of the Cathedral of Valencia features 207 winding stone stairs. You’ll get a front-row seat for the chiming of the bells if you're at the top on the hour. Make sure you wear comfortable, supportive shoes to make the trek. Until 1905, a designated ringer was tasked with sounding the bell, but electric-powered levers handle the job these days. Use our Valencia tourist route planner to arrange your visit to Micalet - Miguelete and other attractions in Valencia.
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  • Upload to the Miguelete is something that no can let's do in Valencia. Located in the Valencia Cathedral, you have to be prepared for its 204 steps and you can see the entire city with splendid views. It costs €3 per person.
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  • Lots of stairs that are narrowing, there is a price of 2euros for upload, nice views from the top. Good visit
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  • The access to the upper part of the Bell with an entrance fee of € 2, the steps are over two hundred but you can go there with a bit of breath well enough. Sure the view at the top is worth it to see us on a clear day we admired from all sides.
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  • Spectacular view. Entrance is separate from cathedral and will cost you €2. Be prepare to actually climb 207 steps. Bell rings each hour so might be interesting to visit at that time. Might be pretty busy.
  • Do not make the mistake and pay the 7€ for the cathedral itself but rather go directly to the worship area, where the entry for the tower is located. Here you just have to pay 2€ for the accent to a stunning view over the old town. Watch out not to stand under the bell at the full hour; that thing isn't there just for decoration.
  • You can have a great view of Valencia from top if this tower. It is a beautiful church too with great interior which can be visited with a fee. Nice square around it.
  • This is the best way to see the city from above! with only 2 Euros you can walk up to the cathedral bell tower. The climb is challenging but not prohibitive even for those who did not train. From the terrace at the top you can enjoy an extraordinary panorama that sweeps from the infinity of the most blue sea to the green of barren mountains behind Valencia, with a privileged view over the rooftops. From here you can easily distinguish all the sights! Attention to the tolling of bells that stuns! It takes at least 60/90 minutes to get on and enjoy the view! A must do! @gargio76
  • It has to be on your to do list if you visit Valencia. The 207 steps you have to climb are worth for the impressive view you get from Valencia at 70m above the ground. It only costs 2€ to get to this high sightseeing spot.