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Watch the city from the Miguelete Towerin Valencia, Spain

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Miguelete Tower is visible from any point of Valencia. And all Valencia is perfectly overlooked from its roof.
How to watch the city from the Miguelete Tower in Valencia
Go up to the roof of Miguelete Tower, which belongs to the Cathedral of Valencia.

Previously, from its height of 50 meters, festive salutes were launched. Today, the top of the tower is visited to enjoy the best panoramic view of Valencia.

How to do?

1. You will find the tower if, starting from the western entrance (Puerta de los Apostoles), go counter-clockwise around the cathedral.
2. Climb 207 steps up the spiral staircase. In order not to feel dizzy stop to examine the cathedral bells along the way.

Where to do?

#4Miguelete TowerMiguelete Tower

The tower of the Cathedral of Valencia used to be a city lighthouse and a place for launching fireworks, as well as a bell tower.

Location: Calle de la Barchilla, 1
Open hours: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Phone: +34 963 91 81 27
Official website: http://www.catedraldevalencia.es

When to do?

Daily from 10 am to 1 pm and from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm.

How much?

Admission to the territory of the cathedral:
for adults - €7;
for group visits - €4 per person;
for pensioners, disable people and children under 12 years old - €5.50.


Guest24 June 2024

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