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Torres de Quart, Valencia

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  • Like her sisters, the Torres de Serranos, shows live from the history of the city of Valencia and are essential for the visitor.
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  • Very restored towers, which gave entrance to the ancient city of Valencia. There are a handful of steps, including spiral, to reach the top and enjoy good views for photos. Perhaps I missed less more explanatory posters about their origin, the buildings that are seen from the top... It would be nice to extend the visit.
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  • Yes, have a look at this old western entrance tower and go a few steps further west along Quart to visit the University Botanical Garden, which is a must. Stroll around the small alleys, have a drink,...  more »
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  • A valencian landmark. The medieval entrance that leads to the calle caballeros and bario del carmen. The damage seen on the gates dates back to the napoleonic wars.
  • €1 entrance fee to walk up to one of the highest points in the city. It was very picturesque from the roof top and felt amazing to be standing on top of a 15th century building. From the rooftop we took some incredible pictures of the old city, with all of the beautiful churches and attractions in view. Only takes 30 mins to walk around the towers but it's fantastic.
  • Wonderful view from the top and an amazing historical landmark for Valencia. You can see the damage from battles!
  • Nice views of the city. On Sunday free entrance.
  • You receive for 2€ access to great part of history and access to wonderful sights over old city center. Fence is original and on some parts of gates a little bit to low. If you have fear of height maybe you should avoid this one. Also last steps to tower are dangerous.