- In the historic center of Valencia between the streets of Poeta Querol, calle de la Cultura and calle de San Andrés.
- Experts believe the building was built in an area that used to be a Roman necropolis (large cementary with important monumets) between I and III centieries A.D. This theory appeared after some archaeological remains were found in 1743.
Valencia’s city centre is quite small considering that it is the 3rd largest city in Spain in terms of population. With the Estación del Norte, the bullfighting ring, its shopping streets, the city centre is a must see.
- Ideal place to walk inside and have a quick stroll around. If thinking about having a coffee or something to eat inside, bear in mind that prices are slightly higher.
- The Estación del Norte (Train Station) is the main train station in Valencia. In 2010 more than 14 million passengers passed through this train station. 11 million of these passensgers were using the commuter train service.
- There are professional matches of “pilota valenciana” (Valencian traditional sport) on thursdays and saturdays at 16:30 and 18:00.
- Opened the 20th of August of 1868 and became an icon in the Valencian traditional sport “pilota”. Eventually it became known as “The Cathedral”.