Valencia left the 20th century and marched into the Third Millennium as a leading city of the arts, architecture, science and commerce. In the 90s, work began to join the gardens situated on the riverbed of the old Turia river with the current site of The City of Arts and Sciences, alongside the Agora, designed by Valencia-born architect Santiago Calatrava.
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, the Palau de la Musica (Concert Hall), Exposition Bridge, and Gullivers Parc.
Distance: 14 km