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Free Tours in the Valencian Community

Enjoy the best free tour offers in Comunidad Valenciana.
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The Valencian Community is one of the most beautiful regions of Spain. With its beaches, mountains and historic cities, there is plenty to see and do! If you want to discover the Valencian Community by yourself, here are some free tours that will help you do it!

The Valencian Community is one of the most touristic communities in Spain. Do you want to know it better? Free Tours Comunidad Valenciana offers free tours in Valencia, Alicante and Murcia. Learn about the history, culture and traditions of this region through our expertly guided tours.

The Best Free Tours in the Valencian Community

Discover the Valencian Community for free! Valencia, Alicante and Murcia are some of the most beautiful cities in Spain and offer incredible free tours so you can get to know them better.

Here is our selection of the best free tours in the Valencian Community:


  • Free Tour Valencia
    One of the best free tours you can find in Valencia. You will get to know the city accompanied by a local guide who will tell you all about its history and its most emblematic places.

  • Alicante Free Tour
    Another great free tour that you can’t miss if you visit Alicante. With it, you will be able to discover all the most beautiful corners of this beautiful coastal city.

  • Free Tour Benidorm
    Are you planning to visit Benidorm? Then, you can’t miss this fantastic free tour that will take you to discover the city in a whole new way.

  • Free Tour Elche
    Would you like to discover one of the most beautiful cities in the Valencian Community? Then, you can’t miss this free tour of Elche. You can learn about its history and its most emblematic places accompanied by a local guide.

What to see and do in the Valencian Community?

As a tourist, there are many activities you can do in the Valencian Community. The city of Valencia is the perfect place to start your adventure. Here are some ideas for activities to fill your itinerary.


Stroll through the Carmen district
and admire the old buildings and quaint stores. Don’t forget to visit the Cathedral of Valencia, a Gothic jewel built in 1262.


Enjoy the views from the Torre del Miguelete
a religious tower dating from the 14th century. If you are afraid of heights, don’t worry, elevators are available.


Go shopping at El Corte Inglés
a department store that offers everything you need, from clothes to food. You can also go sightseeing in the local stores to discover typical Valencian products.

Eat well! Valencia is famous for its foodSo be sure to try the famous paellas and rice dishes. If you are a pasta fan, you will love the noodles with clams, a local specialty.


Don’t miss the City of Arts and Sciences, Spain’s largest entertainment center.
the largest entertainment center in Spain. Here you can see the Oceanográfic, a huge aquarium with dolphins, sea lions and other marine animals. You can also visit the Principe Felipe Science Museum to learn about science and technology.

-For an authentic cultural experience,
visit the Plaza del Ayuntamiento
the political and commercial heart of Valencia. Don’t forget to take a picture on the steps of the City Hall Palace, where the Fallas festival is held every year.

Main Points of Interest in the Valencian Community

The Valencian Community is a Spanish region located in the southeast of the country, with a temperate climate and beautiful beaches. This region is full of attractions for visitors, from museums and historical monuments to natural parks and picturesque landscapes.

Below are some of the main points of tourist interest in the Valencian Community.

The González Martí National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts in Valencia is one of the most important museums in Spain. in Valencia is one of the most important museums in Spain. The museum has a large collection of Valencian ceramics, as well as works of sumptuary art. The museum’s collection spans from the 16th century to the present day.

The Palace of the Generalitat Valenciana in Valencia is another place worth visiting. The palace was built in the 15th century and houses the seat of the Valencian regional government. The interior of the palace is very impressive, with its grand staircases and ornate corridors.

The Natural Park of Sierra de Espadán also in Valencia, is a great place to walk, hike and enjoy the scenery. The park is full of vegetation, mountains and rivers. There are also a large number of birds that inhabit the park.

The Albufera located south of Valencia, is a salt lagoon that was formed more than 2,000 years ago. The Albufera is the natural habitat of numerous aquatic birds and is a popular place for water sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Main cities of the Valencian Community

The Valencian Community is one of the largest communities in Spain and is made up of three provinces: Alicante, Castellón and Valencia. Each province has its capital, which are the largest and best known cities in the community.

Alicante is
the second most populated city in the Valencian Community, after Valencia.
after Valencia, and its port is the second largest in Spain. Alicante is a very popular tourist city, especially in summer, thanks to its beaches and climate. The city also has a lot of interesting places to visit, such as the Castle of Santa Barbara or the Provincial Archaeological Museum.

Castellón de la Plana is the capital of the province of the same name and the third most populated city in the Valencian Community. Castellón is known for being a university city, as it is home to several important universities. The city also has a lot of interesting places to visit, such as the Natural Park of the Sierra de Espadán or the Museum of Fine Arts.

Valencia is
the capital and the largest and most populated city in the Valencian Community.
. Valencia is a very popular tourist city, especially in summer, thanks to its beaches and climate. The city also has a lot of interesting places to visit, such as the Borja Palace or the Science Museum.

Other Experiences and Activities in the Valencian Community

Valencian Community Tourist Buses

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Free Excursions in the Valencian Community

The Valencian Community is one of the best regions to visit in Spain. It offers a wide range of free activities for all tastes. Here is a list of some of the best free excursions in the Valencian Community.


  • Route of the Castles of El Cid
    This route will take you to discover the incredible castles located in the region of Valencia. You will be able to admire the fortresses of El Cid, as well as other historical monuments in the area.
  • Route through the Natural Park of Sierra CalderonaSierra Calderona Natural Park: This natural park is one of the most beautiful and largest in the Valencian Community. You will be able to enjoy its beautiful views and landscapes, as well as its unique fauna and flora.
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