Are you planning to visit Valencia and do you want to visit the Cathedral of Valencia? Tours Valencia offers an extensive description of this interesting building and helpful information related to the entrance price, opening hours and more.

One of the highlights of Valencia is the Cathedral. Other important building stood on the same place as the cathedral nowadays. Many years ago there was a Roman forum, and later a Mosque. The Cathedral was build in 1238.

The Cathedral consists of 3 entrances, the oldest entrance is the Palace door in Roman Style, and then there is the metal door in Baroc style and the apostle door in Gothic style. The apostle door is the entrance of the water tribunal. Every Thursday at 12.00 o’clock they come together to have a meeting related to the watering of the field. The clock tower, el Micalet, has been built in 1381 and it is possible to climb to the top. From here you will have a spectacular view of the city Valencia.



Plaza de la Reina


General: € 3,-
Groups and students: € 2,-
Clock Tower, “el Micalet”: € 2,-
Clock Tower, “el Micalet” for children under 14 years: € 1,-


20 March – 31 October
Monday – Saturday, 10.00 – 18.30 hour
Sundays and celebration days, 14.00 – 18.30

1 November – 19 March
Monday – Saturday, 10.00 – 17.30 hour
Sundays and celebration days, closed from 14.00 – 17.00


The website of the Cathedral of Valencia is available in various languages: English, Spanish and Valenciano. For more information see Cathedral Valencia.

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