Beyond its main attractions, Valencia hides secrets that are worth discovering. From the Monastery of San Miguel de los Reyes, an impressive Benedictine abbey, to the Palace of the Marqués de Dos Aguas, a rococo building that houses the National Museum of Ceramics, there are hidden places that will surprise you.
You can also explore the urban orchards in the old Turia riverbed, a green space right in the center of the city. Or visit the North Station, a gem of modernist architecture that often goes unnoticed. And don’t forget to look for the gargoyles of Valencia Cathedral, each with its own story and legend.