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Reviewed 2 days ago

We spent some time visiting many of Valencia s beautiful architecture and the Barrio del carmen did not disappoint- it was so beautiful well worth a visit

Thank claireScotland
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went around asking for the Carmen (because on my map it wasn't clear) and everybody always said: all this is the Carmen. It's the whole old city!

Thank Jurgen B
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Valencia's old town has some interesting squares and buildings. However, it is not as picturesque as other Spanish cities. Nothing particularly remarkable but still worth a stroll.

Thank Leon L
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

Very nice and youthful area of ​​Valencia. Charming by day because it is very historic and super fun in the evening, full of bars and restaurants. Really beautiful and suggestive buildings. Go to Valencia !!!

Thank kristroncoso90
Reviewed 8 May 2018

I really suggest a tour in Barrio del Carmen, it's a fascinating place, its streets and squares, its beautiful graffitis which stand everywhere!It's a Barrio where to lost walking - TIPS: You absolutely need to go in MUSEO DEL CARME - trust me you would...More

1  Thank Federica D
Reviewed 3 May 2018

Lively part of the city to stay in. Lots going on to do, eat and see. Narrow alleys to explore, nooks and crannies with food and drinking places. Great apartments.

Thank markbruce4
Reviewed 22 April 2018

The authorities have lovingly refurbished and pedestrianised what was anyway a beautiful historic quarter. It is full of bars and restaurants, mostly offering standard fare and fairly high prices, but the location is wonderful, if sometimes crowded. Great for wandering around, and taking photos of...More

1  Thank Nicholas C
Reviewed 9 April 2018

When you enter the old town through Torres de Quart and follow the narrow streets to the Plaza de la Virgen , you'll discover lots of little bars , cafes & shops . At night this area becomes magical , with the feel of the...More

Thank Det126
Reviewed 6 March 2018 via mobile

Several years ago I wrote about this area and what a great evening place it is. Today I was alone and spent the morning wandering its streets, taking in the little streets, some great contemporary graffiti, quirky little shops and bars, and just generally soaking...More

Thank LooeMan
Reviewed 18 February 2018

When exploring the centre with all the attractions, you automatically will find yourself in Barrio del Carmen. It's a charming neighbourhood, filled with narrow streets, small squares, tiny shops, restaurants and cafes. Also lots and lots of street art.

1  Thank Tangobabe1
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