Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina), Valencia
(4.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina) is located in Valencia. Plan to visit Santa Catalina Church (Iglesia de Santa Catalina) and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Valencia attractions using our Valencia trip itinerary planner.
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  • Before going to visit the Cathedral, at the beginning of the Plaza de la Reina, just on the right you can see a very small church with a tall Bell Tower beside it. It's Santa Catarina, a Gothic church very understated with furniture and decorations close to zero. It's dark and quiet and well worth a visit, even in contrast to other tourist attractions. If only for the beautiful bell tower that has a spiral staircase that seems endless and ultimately very impressive views. Careful when climbing the last step because there are security curbs where lean, so I wouldn't recommend it to older people and with some mobility problem. From the top you can turn in a circle on the Bell Tower and see a little all over the city. Access to the Church is free but you must leave a bell tower to climb suòl offer of two euros per person. Hoping to be helpful I hope you all have a nice hike.
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  • The church is very nice. However, the real attraction was the bell tower. 250 steps up to the highest point in Valencia. Beautiful views and an amazing spiral staircase. 
  • Gothic church in the Centre of Valencia ... faces in a nice little square campanile particular inside the dell austerta primitive Gothic reigns
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  • Proud bell tower rules the view over Plaza de la Reine. Narrow barock tower from 17th century, with church dated even around 1245. Watching the tower in the sunset light is spectacular.
  • One of Valencia's landmarks, its bell tower being the highest building in the old town, unfortunately not open to the public. :( Still 5out of 5 stars! :)
  • A beautiful church, free to enter, and when I visited had a service running. Donations for the unemployed are requested upon entry.
  • A beautiful church, we were passing by and stoped to visit it.
  • Nice and lovely place.