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Torres de Serranos, Valencia

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Torres de Serranos, constructed during the late 14th century and one of the best preserved monuments of the city, once formed part of the city wall. You can easily imagine medieval royalty entering between these towers with pomp and circumstance. Later, over three centuries, the towers served as a prison for noblemen and knights. As long as your legs will carry you up the steps, you can catch great views from the top, looking down on soccer fields and the Turia riverbed. To visit Torres de Serranos on your holiday in Valencia, and find out what else Valencia has to offer, use our Valencia travel itinerary maker.
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  • As good Valencian and fallera think that not you can go of valencia without a photo in them towers of serrano from the pont de fusta. at night it is beautiful to see and more at this time.
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  • A part of an old fortress, two towers with a nice view over the Turia park. Some stairs rather steep to climb. Free entrance with Valencia tourist card.  more »
  • As with so many things in Valencia, interesting and attractive. Sitting and staring at this structure from a nearby cafe became a regular feature of the visit  more »
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  • It is a nice view from the top and the building itself quite curious. Unfortunately there is absolutely no information available up on the arch about when and how it was used. I recommend Wikipedia - was shocked when I learned that a Governor of the city had the old city walls demolished in the 19th century.
  • Impossible not to visit this historical monument as a symbol of the glorious past of Valencia. Entering go up one floor at a time and you can see the city from a unique perspective. They can see easily all the main tourist attractions of the city as well as enjoying a privileged view of the Turia. A must to visit in the evening (only abroad) because expertly lit. Time required for a visit 45/60 minuti @gargio76
  • Nice place to visit you have to be careful to claim the stairs with children it is a little bit dangerous and it is not for people with physical problems. It was free when I went on Sunday.
  • Good views for photos. Nice cafés close by for a quick bite or coffee
  • Nothing spectacular but stil worth visiting. Nice place for taking pics from the top. Prices are cheap.