Where do I start?
If you are in Valencia as a volunteer or passing through, you have realized that in one day you can do many things. However it happens to us that we do not know where to start…. Here are some details of the places you can’t go while you are volunteering in Valencia.
What to see in valencia after my volunteering?
From the center of Valencia by the Serrano Towers, followed by the Valencia Cathedral, making a stop by the Plaza de la Reina, it is a good place to start your tour. This route connects you with the town hall and the market and you finish the first stage of the tour in the Torres de Quart. This would be a very lively route, it allows you to enter the alleys and streets that this old town full of life offers you.
You pause …
And the right place would be the promenade. This place unites Valencia with its two great beaches, Arenas and Malvarrosa. Apart from the beautiful views that this place offers you, it has many places where you can try typical Valencian foods.
After the break, we continue with the tour. You can head to the Turia Gardens, built after the great overflow of the river in 1957. If you walk a bit ! Well a little more! you will find one of the works of Calatrava, the city of Arts and Sciences.
Vale very worth the walk
Valencia at night
The afternoon came and we want to get to know Valencia at night, first a dinner, or tapas tours, then go into Caballero street and the Carmen neighborhood, you can find very fun and interesting places to enjoy a night in Valencia.
We invite you to discover this beautiful city through volunteering in Valencia.
You can be part of the volunteer programs in Valencia with children, youth and immigrant women.
Do you want to know a little more about Valencia, visit our website of the volunteer programs in which we work.