Valencia is one of the beautiful towns in Spain. Tramway
and rails are part of the town's limit in Spain. The Cathedral
is mainly in early gothic style, although it was updated
in the later years. Its tree main style is Gothic, Baroque
and Romanesque.The two main chapel are Neoclassic, while
the later is, Capilla Mayor.
Micalet or Miguelete or also known as the octagonal bell
tower,( the landmark of the city) From there you will have
a great view all over Valencia.
The Holy Chalice, of which Jesus Christ has been said to
have drunk during the Last Supper, can bee seen in the Capitulary.
In the Cathedral's Museum are exposed works of Goya, Jacomart,
Cellini, Paggibonsi as well as paintings from the Valencia
school of 15th to 17th century.
Close to the Cathedral, is the Basilica de la Virgen de
los Desamparados, which is a church consecrated to the patroness
of the city, and the Almudin, a medival granary that is
used as a museum . In the closeby church Iglesia de San
Esteban are said to have been married the daughters of legendary
Some more interesting buildings in this area of town are
the Palace of Almirantes de Aragon, the church San Juan
del Hospital and the Convento de Santo Domingo.