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Baroque Valencia
Baroque Valencia

Thu, 30 May


Torres de Serrano - northern side

Baroque Valencia

Join us for a historical walking tour through Valencia's old town!

Time & Location

30 May 2024, 10:15 – 12:00

Torres de Serrano - northern side, Plaça dels Furs, s/n, Ciutat Vella, 46003 València, Valencia, Spain


About The Event

The historical period after the Muslims controlled Valencia was a difficult time for Valencia but a great one in terms of art. The Spanish Baroque of the first decades gave vent to the Italian influence, visible in Valencian architectural works such as Saint Martin, Santos Juanes, and, more clearly, in Valencia’s

Cathedral. Who were the "Novatori"? What were dramatic arts like in Valencia during this century? And how did the economy of the reign fare after over 40% of the population was expelled? Our English- speaking guide David from Ars Magna will answer these questions and more as we enjoy a morning walking through Valencia’s old town. The tour will begin promptly at 10:30 and is approximately 1.5 hours.


Brenda Stein,, Susan March WhatsApp +34 651858463



MEETING LOCATION: Torres de Serrano, on the northern side facing the park along C/de Blanquería.

COST: 15€ per person

WHO CAN ATTEND: IWCV Members, their partners/spouses and out-of-town guests, and Fellows of the IWCV

(maximum 25 people)


If you find that you must cancel, please email If you cancel for any reason and we cannot replace you from a waitlist, you will be charged the full cost if we are charged. Thank you for understanding.


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