Torres de Serranos

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General Information

Torres de Serranos, known as ‘Serrans Gate’ or ‘Serranos Gate’ is a fortified gate which was one of twelve that was part of the city wall of Valencia, Spain. The gate was built in the 14th century to a Valencian Gothic style, it was used as a prison and it was saved from being demolished when the city walls came down in the 19th century. It is seen as an important landmark with it once being one of the busiest access points to the city, so it has always been preserved to a high standard by the local government. 

Getting there

From the main bus station, the sight is a 15-minute walk or alternatively take the number 80 bus to the gate.

Opening Times and Admission

The gate is open to visitors to explore its towers, its open seven days a week; Monday to Saturday from 9.30am-7pm and Sundays 9.30am-3pm. Entrance to the tower costs 2 euros for Adults and 1 euro for children. The towers are closed to the public in poor weather conditions.

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