Valencia is only 96 Km from Oropesa del Mar, it is a very cosmopolitan city, you can visit it from its historical centre, with an infinity of magnificent monuments like the Silk Exchange, the Cathedral, the Basilica of the Virgin of the Unemployed, the Central Market, the Town Hall, up to the modernist style North Station.
It has a lot of historical and cultural richness locked up in the city walls, demolished at the end of the 19th century, but two of its imposing gates remain: the Serranos and Quart towers, the latter being useful in the 18th century War of Independence against Napoleon.
Today, Valencian culture is present in two of the most important museums in the country: the IVAM and the San Pío V Museum. One exhibits important works of contemporary artists, the other keeps the most important works of Valencia, with artists like Sorolla or Benlliure.
We cannot forget the great architectural work done by our most universal architect: Santiago Calatrava, author of the City of Arts and Sciences, where above all the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia stands out, finished in 2006 and which has been a unique cultural centre in Europe and the world since then, hosting classical music and opera concerts.
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