Hotel Muralleta

Address: C/Cisterna, 31-33, Riba-roja de Turia, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46190 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on C/Cisterna, 31-33, Riba-roja de Turia, is near Puerto de Valencia.
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    Travel Blogs from Riba-roja de Turia

    Second day of sightseeing in Valencia

    A travel blog entry by askonsulting on May 06, 2015

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    ... and then went to visit the Cathedral which has had an interesting history.

    It was originally a mosque and, when the Christians had a win, the changed the appearance to a gothic cathedral built in the 13th century. The art works in the cathedral wee really quite amazing and obviously very old.

    After leaving the cathedral we headed home. Drinks and tapas in the bar tonight coming ...

    Day Twenty (On footpaths made of marble)

    A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 20, 2014

    16 photos

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    By day's end I really reckon Valencia is really a fantastic and happening place. And I've no doubt had we visited here as the first port of call on this Spanish journey, I would have clearly called this my favourite place. It's just a beautiful mix of history and modernity rolled into a bustling and vibrant package. It's not Madrid, or Barcelona or San Sebastián, but it's fantastic just as the entity Valencia.

    We ambled off for a ...

    Spain and the Church

    A travel blog entry by austinsoper on Jun 23, 2014

    ... St. Joseph. It has since evolved into a pagan ritual, meant to signify the renewal of life and the doing away with materiality and unnecessary things in this world. In this regard, Spain is far and away an entirely different country than the U.S. It is interesting to see how the Catholic Church intersects with the everyday lives of the people here, and how traditionally Catholic celebrations are celebrated in much more secular rituals and traditions. ...

    This Girl is on Falla!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 19, 2014

    33 photos

    ... Even though it was small in size, the people were truly dedicated to this little cartoonage. The childen and falleras formed a circle around the falla infantile, and began to sing songs. After this, we went to a district of Valencia called Rusafa (which I have dubbed Mufasa). This is basically the area where all of the foreigners live (it is also known for its incredible light displays during fallas). We went to this area because ...

    First few days of exploring

    A travel blog entry by katetahls on Jan 13, 2014

    23 photos

    ... part of Valencia as their major exports are produce, so they have a huge fountain in the city centre, where the city was founded of a man (representing the water) and women surrounding him (representing the canals that carry the water around Valencia). After the tour we went back to the International house with the tour guide and then found a place to have dinner. We had our first meal at ...