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Description of the Barcelona Valencia Tour One Way:
Travel to Valencia, departing from Barcelona, to know and experience the most beautiful of the Mediterranean in the best possible way, with the help of our experts in Barcelona Private Tours. You will enjoy one of the amazing places, we will also have enough time to taste a typical local meal and visit charming places..
Some of the things you will do during the tour:
– For lunch, a typical meal of the region (with reservation).
– Wine Cathedral in Falset
Barcelona , arrive to Valencia
You will start your journey in the fascinating city of Barcelona, a place where modernity and history coexist in perfect harmony. From Barcelona, you will embark on a route that will take you through breathtaking landscapes and destinations full of art and history.
The first stop on the itinerary is the Cathedral of Wine in Falset, an emblematic building designed by the famous architect Cèsar Martinell. This is a place where art, architecture and winemaking meet. Here you can explore the winery facilities, learn about the wine production process and, of course, taste some of the best wines in the region, known for its robust red and white wines.
From Falset, we will continue en route to Peñíscola, a picturesque coastal town located on a rocky promontory that juts out into the sea. With its stunning castle dominating the landscape, Peñíscola offers an enchanting mix of history, natural beauty and culture. Papa Luna Castle is a must-see, where you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Mediterranean. Take time to walk through the narrow cobbled alleys of the old city, which are full of history and charm.
Your final destination will be Valencia, a city that combines tradition and modernity in a unique way. Upon arrival, you’ll be able to explore the City of Arts and Sciences, a futuristic architectural complex that houses a planetarium, an opera house, and an interactive museum. Don’t forget to visit the historic old town, where you’ll find Valencia Cathedral and the Lonja de la Seda, a masterpiece of Valencian civil Gothic.
Request information from our experts, to adapt the tour to your preferences, such as a stop in the Roman city of Tarragona, or at the Monastery of Poblet, both declared World Heritage by Unesco.