Turia Garden

Antiguo cauce del Turia, València

TOURISTIC AREA: City of Arts and Alameda

Landscaped area approximately 12 km long and 160 m wide, located along the former course of the Turia River.

It connects Mislata with the Port of Valencia. An open-access public space, with no opening or closing times.

The gardens have numerous services including cafeterias, cycle paths, a police post, sports facilities, ponds, children's games, fountains, physical training areas and minigolf, among others. 

Auditory

Toilets:

There are adapted public toilets along the length of the park, with a distance of approx. 600 m between them, specifically located at Parque de Cabecera, the Na Turia Environmental Visitor's Centre, the cafeteria of the Palau de la Música, of the Gulliver, the Hemisfèric and of the Príncipe Felipe Museum.

Physical

Car park:

Given the length of the gardens, there are numerous spaces reserved along its entire length, both sides of the Riverbed.

Access:

There are numerous entrances to the gardens along their length, generally via ramps of varying length, approximately 20-40 m with inclines of 4-15%. Mostly concrete paving, not always with handrails.

Mobility:

The gardens cover a very large area, with surfaces as diverse as concrete, stone or compacted earth. The vast majority of the routes are flat with no changes in level. There are isolated steps, generally served by ramps or level areas. It has large landscaped and grass areas. There are numerous canals crossed by generally accessible bridges, with no significant change in level and with handrails. There is a lot of furniture for sitting throughout. There is a draining system to prevent flooding. Information panels with dedicated information for PLM.

Toilets:

There are adapted public toilets along the length of the park, with a distance of approximately 600 m between them, specifically located at Parque de Cabecera, the Na Turia Environmental Visitor's Centre, the cafeteria of the Palau de la Música, of the Gulliver, the Hemisfèric and of the Príncipe Felipe Museum.

Visual

Access:

There are numerous entrances to the gardens along their length, generally via ramps of varying length, approx. 20-40 m. Mostly concrete or cobbled paving, sometimes compacted earth. Not always with handrails, with no visual signage before or after the ramp. 

Mobility:

The gardens cover a very large area, with surfaces as diverse as grass, concrete, cobbles or compacted earth. The vast majority of the routes are flat with no changes in level. There are isolated steps, generally served by ramps or level areas. There is not normally any tactile visual signage. There are cycle paths that share the route with pedestrian areas. Generally marked out by non-tactile visual signage. It has large landscaped and grass areas, not always marked out with specific elements. There are numerous canals crossed by generally accessible bridges, with handrails on both sides. There is a draining system to prevent flooding. The park has no information in Braille. 

Toilets:

There are public toilets along the length of the park, with a distance of approx. 600 m between them, specifically located at Parque de Cabecera, the Na Turia Environmental Visitor's Centre, the cafeteria of the Palau de la Música, of the Gulliver, the Hemisfèric and of the Príncipe Felipe Museum. 

Interest information