Valencia: Street Art Small Group Tour With a Local
- Discover intriguing street art by local and international artists
- Wander Valencia’s cobbled streets and explore the famed historical district of El Carmen
- Learn how history and politics have influenced the evolution of street art in Valencia
- Sample a traditional horchata drink and sweet fartón at one of the city’s oldest horchaterias
- Taste some of the city’s most delicious local craft beers
On this Valencia street art tour, you’ll explore the historic district of El Carmen to uncover some of the city’s best street art that’s hidden within the labyrinth of cobbled streets. We’ll share a few local tales and tell you how street art can be so much more than just graffiti on a wall. You’ll also learn how street art has walked side-by-side with the culture and people of Valencia, and how social issues and politics have inspired some of the best works on these walls.
Your Valencia walking tour will start outside the popular Mercado Central to check out some street art around the area, then continue on to El Carmen. Along the way, you'll see iconic sights such as the UNESCO-honored La Lonja building, all while discussing the street art that exists all around these sites.
You'll also stop in at one of the city’s oldest horchaterias to sample Valencia’s most beloved summer drink, horchata (a sweet drink made from tigernuts), accompanied with a tasty fartón (a sweet bun).
Cap off the tour with a pit stop, where you’ll get the chance to try some delicious local brews, likely very different from the beers you’re used to back home! Could there be any better way to finish off an epic afternoon of local art and culture? Didn’t think so!
- Local English-speaking guide
- Horchata and fartón snack
- Pint of craft beer
- Additional food and beverages
- Souvenirs and items of a personal nature
- Gratuities for your guide
When you get there
By the side entrance of Mercado Central on Carrer de Palafox (across from ‘El Gallo de Oro' Restaurant). Please only come to this entrance on this street as the Mercado has many other entrances.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Comfortable walking shoes are a must!
• This is a child-friendly tour