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Disembark your cruise ship and embark upon a explorative tour of Valencia. Venture to a nearby bus stop and climb aboard your distinctive double decker bus to commence your sightseeing. Hop on and hop off whenever an attraction captures your attention and take advantage of 17 conveniently located stops on two routes through the cosmopolitan city. See the itinerary below for detailed information on each stop.
Gaze at the Gothic grandeur of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Silk Exchange (La Lonja); venture within the sacred and sublime Cathedral of Valencia; admire the fabulous façade of San Pio V Palace; and see the futuristic football stadium Nou Mestalla. Jump between two routes during the 24-hour validity period of your pass, each of which takes approximately 1.5-hours. Enjoy regular departures every 20-30 minutes from each stop.
Upgrade to include the Valencia Aquarium at the City of Arts and SciencesUpgrade your hop-on hop-off bus tour to include entry to the Oceanographic in the City of Arts and Sciences. Explore Europe’s largest aquarium in order to discover more than 500 different species of fish from a variety of habitats. Watch an entertaining dolphin show in the outdoor amphitheater and dine in a unique underwater restaurant before rejoining the bus tour at Stop 4 on the Maritime Route.
Discover the scenic sights of vibrant Valencia with a 24-hour ticket aboard a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Feel the wind in your hair and the sun on your skin as you cruise around the city, enjoying a unique perspective from an open-top, double-decker bus. Admire the futuristic architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences (La Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias); gaze at the gothic grandeur of the Cathedral; and absorb the ancient history of the Serrano Towers. Upgrade to include entry to the incredible Oceanographic (Oceanográfic) to see more than 500 marine species in Europe’s biggest aquarium.
Had to line up and buy Oceanographic passes again once we got there. Poor commentary and very hot in the bus. At best the bus tour provides unlimited transportation for the day.
Thank Myroslav P
St. Albans, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 week ago
good value but commentary a bit hit and miss
We did both routes on the bus trip but found that when the commentary highlighted a sight it wasn't always at the right time. We didn't get to see the football Stadium although it was referred to on both routes.
It was a great way...More
2 Thank Pat B
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile
Watch your head!
Watch your head please when the roof is on. I got up to get out off the bus and banged my head on the steel bar attached. Absolutely disgraceful that this can happen
5 Thank Gavin V
Reviewed 12 June 2018
Could be soooo much better
Having read the reviews before buying the ticket I knew there would be issues. Overall however it is still worth the time and money to get a proper handle on the geography of the city. Also worth paying the two euros extra for 48 hours...More
7 Thank Paros81
Reviewed 8 June 2018
Poor audio, if any, and driver stopped for a pastry with passengers on-board!
After using a hop-on, hop-off bus in both Madrid and Barcelona, the one in Valencia was a complete failure. The first bus we got on in the morning went to the top and sat down. Neither of the audio jacks worked so we moved. Next...More