- Meet at the City Hall Square - Plaa de L'Ajuntament
- Walk among Valencia's downtown boroughs and have the best tapa choices of the day at 3 different restaurants
Valencia Old City orCiutat Vellastill resembles thehistorical 14th century past, from the worn walls and layout of the main street to lovely plazas scatttered throughout, are each a testament tohundreds if not thousands of years of Valenican history. In 1857, the walls surrounding Valencia were town down and the 6 boroughs inside were exposed to the outisde world:La Seu(The See or Cathedral),La Xerea(The Jewry),El Carmen(The Carmelite Convent, formerly the Arab suburb),El Pilar(formerly Velluters - Velvet merchants),El Mercat(The Market) andSaint Francesc(Saint Francis Convent). Each of these neigborhoods has it's own distinctive features and providesdifferent gastronomic offers.Among thebarrios(neighborhoods) are famous bars to go and have popularbocadillos(sandwiches), or fried fish & beer for lunch and an evening full of vermouth and cold cuts with garnish. Everyday of the week, no matter whatbarrio, you find yourself roaming through, there is somewhere to go to fordelicious drinks and enjoyable foodand this is exactly what I want to show you on this tour!