In the exceptional setting of this archaeological treasure, a legacy of the Visigoth past, the visitor can enjoy an audiovisual journey through Valencian history. There is a valuable exhibition of objects related to the crypt including a Roman mural painting, a Visigoth altar and partition, Muslim artefacts and a sculpture of San Vicente Mártir.
From Monday to Saturday, from 9.30 h. at 7:00 p.m. uninterruptedly Sundays and holidays, from 9.30 h. at 3:00 p.m. AUDIOVISUAL (from Tuesday to Saturday): at 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 18:00 and 19:00 h. AUDIOVISUAL (Sundays): at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 and 13:30 h. It is important to arrange the visit for the audiovisual pass. During the same, the crypt will remain closed.
Plaza del Arzobispo, 3; 46003 - Valencia
Six 220x450 cm public parking spaces with vertical and horizontal signage: three in Plaza de San Esteban, 150 m away; another in Plaza del Conde Carlet, 210 m away; another in Calle del Palau, 140 m away; and another in Calle Poeta Lorente, 270 m away. All with even paving and accessible route to the crypt and with an approach area more than 120 cm on both sides. Reserved parking spaces in a public carpark in Plaza de la Reina, 400 m from the establishment. With accessible route to the crypt.
Access via a stair with six steps with 19 cm riser height and 26 cm tread depth, served by a platform lift. Door with 110 cm clear width. Permanently open.
Route divided onto two floors. First route is level. Clear corridor width, more than 120 cm. On the upper part there are four isolated steps served by an elevating platform. Smooth, slip-resistant floor surface.
There is a staircase that connects the two floors of the premises. It has a section of twenty-two even steps with 16 cm riser height and 30 cm tread depth. Single handrail on one side, at a height of 90 cm. Not extended onto intermediate landings or lift landings. Platform lift providing an alternative route. Slip-resistant, smooth floor surface.
Corridors with at least 215 cm clear width. There is furniture for sitting on the first basement level. The audiovisual area is on an accessible floor with an accessible route.
Partly glass door.
No written information about the hotel services. There are no information panels in each room with pictograms or short texts. With illuminated emergency alerts.
There are guided tours in sign language hired through a company. Audiovisuals in Spanish, Valencian and English, with the latter subtitled in French and German.
Glass main door with no high-contrast visual signage.
Barrier free route. Isolated steps, indicated by tactile and contrasting floor surface. Smooth, slippery floor surface, with no bumps. There are no information signs with contrasted, or embossed pictograms. Uniform lighting.
There is a staircase that connects the two floors of the premises. No visual-tactile signage at the top and bottom of stairs. Steps with no nosing, with tactile-visual signage and no edge protection. With a handrail that does not extend onto lift boarding and landing areas. Slip-resistant, smooth floor surface. Uniform lighting.
Smooth, slippery floor surface, with no bumps. Barrier free route. Uniform lighting with possible reflections in exhibition elements.