Guillem de Castro, 89; 46003 - Valencia
TOURISTIC AREA: Historical center
The city's fortified gate
Built by Pere Bonfill, who was inspired by the Castell Nuovo towers in Naples, the Quart Towers represent a good example of late Gothic military constructions. They were conceived as defensive gates for the city and until 1874 were known as the Torres de la Cal (The Limestone Towers), since the limestone that came into the city had to come in through these gates. The back of the towers was opened to allow a view of the inside. It was the women´s prison for some time.
The Quart Towers played a vital part in stopping Napoleon's troops in 1808 during the tar of Independence against the French. The scars left on the towers by cannon balls can still be seen today.
- Business schedule
Monday to Saturday from 10am at 7pm uninterruptedly.
Sundays and holidays from 10am at 2pm.
In winter, it will be closed depending on the daylight (last access 20 minutes before closing).
On rainy days, the Towers will remain closed for security reasons.
FREE ENTRANCE. Provisionally, and while working on the implementation of payment through dataphones.
Admission: € 2 general entry; € 1 for groups, students, pensioners, large families, children from 7 years old. Free on Sundays and holidays.
- Century XV
HOW TO GET THERE
Carrer de Guillem de Castro, 89, 46003 València, España