Location

The Portrait Gallery Guest House has an excellent location in the midst of the Meditteranean, in the neighbourhood of Camins al Grau. This tranquil destination property is situated on a quiet street abundant in thriving, locally-owned bars, cafes, stores, and restaurants.

The Portrait Gallery Guesthouse is situated perfectly to make the most of both the Valencian city and the beach. Popular points of attraction located nearby include the city of the arts and sciences, the shopping mall of El Corte inglés and the spectacular oceanographic. This property is: 

 

  • An 11-minute journey to the beach with breathtaking sea views by the public transport no.92 bus, with the bus stop a 1-minute walk.

  • A 10-minute journey to the city centre by the no.92 bus, within minutes walking distance to Ayora metro station.

  • A 10-minute walk to the Arts and Sciences museums, and oceanographic

This property is perfect for exploring the remarkable wonders of Valencia -there is something for all the senses in this city! Accessible entertainments include:

The City of Arts and Sciences

Among one of the first things to see in Valencia is The City of Arts and Sciences.  Opened in 1998 and consists of seven monumental buildings; the Hemisferic, Science Museum, Umbracle, Oceanografic, Palau de las Arts, Agora, and the Assut d’or Bridge. These prestigious and signature Valencian buildings are the architectural works of the charming Santiago Calatrava.

Valencia Cathedral and Plaza de la Virgen

Among one of the first things to see in Valencia is The City of Arts and Sciences.  Opened in 1998 and consists of seven monumental buildings; the Hemisferic, Science Museum, Umbracle, Oceanografic, Palau de las Arts, Agora, and the Assut d’or Bridge. These prestigious and signature Valencian buildings are the architectural works of the charming Santiago Calatrava.

Valencia Marina and Beaches

The Valencia Marina, events building and surrounding restaurants enriches visitors with the enjoyment of kilometres of luxurious beaches lined with blue flags.

Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange)

This Valencian Gothic-style civil building was declared a world heritage site in 1996 by UNESCO making it essential upon your visit to the city.

El Carmen Neighbourhood and its Palaces

Embark on an exploration of the thousand-year-old maze of cobbled streets; that arose within the Muslim and Christian walls. Within the walls of this Muslim and Christian arose neighbourhood you will discover medieval buildings, palaces, frescoes and restaurants.

Central Market

Valencian cuisine has much to boast about and all can be found at the prestigious markets. This Valencian attraction is rich in Mediterranean flavour and is the biggest market with fresh produce in Europe.

Turia Gardens

Embark on an exploration of the thousand-year-old maze of cobbled streets; that arose within the Muslim and Christian walls. Within the walls of this Muslim and Christian arose neighbourhood you will discover medieval buildings, palaces, frescoes and restaurants.

Albufera Natural Park

The dreamy sunsets and purest of nature are able to be embraced upon boat rides across the park; surrounded by rice fields and forests. This is the home of Paella!