Round Square

Confluencia Calles Pescaderia - Vallanca - Síndico;46001 - València

Rating: 

Patrimonio Universal por la UNESCO

TOURIST AREA: 
Old City València
 CENTURY: 
XIX

Constructed by Salvador Escrig Melchor in 1840, the Plaza Redonda is one of València’s most unique tourist attractions due to its peculiar design. Restored in 2012, this space has become one of the city’s most enchanting spots. Surrounded by traditional craft shops and tapas bars at street level, you can also browse the small stalls that sell lace, embroidery, fabrics and Valencian souvenirs, among other things. You can reach the square on foot via four streets that converge together to form an area which is welcoming and full of light. If you stand by the fountain in the centre, you can take in a new and beautiful view of the Late Baroque bell tower of Santa Catalina, which stands over the three stories of the round building. On the ground, there is a quote by the Valencian writer Vicente Blasco Ibáñez who mentions this place in his novel Arroz y Tartana.

Interest data

style: 
Barroco
OPENING HOURS: 

Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Extraordinary market (Sundays and holidays) from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

PRICES: 
Free entry

How to get here

Bus: 
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