Valencia was founded in the year 138 B.C by the Romans, who established their Forum in the Plaza de la Almoina, under which lies today a museum of Roman ruins. After the Romans, the Visigoths arrived in Valencia but in 714, the Muslims established control of the city, a situation that lasted until 1238 when King Jaime I of Valencia ousted them. The Arabs left a profound legacy with their irrigation systems, recipes and artistic influences that are relevant and noticeable right up to the present day.
Meet the historical center of the ancient city of Valencia, visiting la Cathedral, the Almoina Sq., the Serranos Towers and many other famous monuments and places of the city of Tria.
Discover the wonderful City of Arts and Sciences in a complete tour driving a Segway. Get to know the old riverbed of the Turia, one of Europe's longest parks, Palau de la Musica (Concert Hall), Exposition Bridge, and Gullivers Parc.
Distance 14 km