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All reviews beautiful square watch the world street performers nice fountain great place to people watch old town cafes and restaurants valencia cathedral tapas walking tour neptune virgin statue tourists sangria architecture stroll
It is sunny, bustling, offers view on pretty churches, oranges in a tiny park and a great place to people watch: loads of tourists, groups of stag/hen parties, as well as locals walking their dogs or busy on their way to their chores.
The Plaza de la Virgen, located in the historic center of the city, houses the cathedral. The fountain in the center of the Plaza de la Virgen represents the turia river. It is in the Plaza de la Virgen where the flower offering ends , one of the most emotional acts of...More
There are some nice little outside cafe's around this square, which is nice to have a sit down and watch the world go by. We didn't eat here so I cannot comment on food, but the drinks were nice, staff were friendly, and it wasn't...More
We had booked with another free tour company and arrived late (by the time we parked at Plaza de la Reina).
Luckily Menta Free Tours Premium departed at 11am. Great tour around the old town and it includes access to San Nicholas which was absolutely...More
This central plaza in the old city is always busy with impromptu or spontaneous events - kids dancing, saxophonists playing, peddlers peddling, tenors singing - and loads of people standing around, sitting around, sunning themselves, or having coffee or ice cream in the surrounding cafes....More
Plaza de la Virgen plays host to several cafes and outdoor terraces that serve traditional Valencian cuisines.
This is a perfect spot for eating, drinking, and watching life go by. Don't forget to enjoy the Turia Fountain.