Bicycle routes through Valencia
Getting to know the city on a bicycle is one of the best ways to enjoy tourism, whilst exercising and moving around in an environmentally-friendly way at the same time. This kind of practice is particularly interesting in the city of the Turia river, given the lack of steep areas on its streets and avenues. Which is why we invite you to enjoy this golden opportunity to get to know all its beautiful places, gardens, architecture, monuments, and of course, the pleasant year-round Mediterranean weather. If you take advantage of the Valenbisi public service, you will be able to follow several bicycle routes without bringing your own bike along. Round off the offer with a cheap hotel in Valencia, and you will hit the jackpot with this getaway budget-wise.
Public bicycle rental service in Valencia
If you’ve chosen a bike as your travel companion, you will be happy to find out that the public bike rental service works great and enables you to get a 7-day pass for when you’re on a temporary visit. You only need to visit one of the terminals available at the bicycle pick up posts, and follow the instructions. The payment is carried out in the moment with a credit card, and your pass is instantly ready for its use. The best thing about this service is that the rides are unlimited for the duration of the entire week, so you will enjoy plenty of freedom during your adventure in the city.
Short routes in order to start getting to know the city
If you’ve already arrived to your cheap hotel in Valencia, left your luggage and are looking for some action, it’s time to discover the city. There are several routes available, but the most important of them all is, undoubtedly, the one following the course of the Turia river. Nowadays, it has turned into some marvellous gardens. Inside these gardens you will also find the architectural ensemble known as The City of Arts and Sciences, work of the renowned Santiago Calatrava. This park has a bicycle lane set-up, and you can follow it to enjoy the green areas and views of the buildings. We are certain this bike ride won’t leave you indifferent.
Other options include the maritime promenade, the vía Xurra, the Túria Natural Park, Bétera-Godella, El Marjal dels Moros, or the Moncada canal. All these routes can be easily combined with the Metro of Valencia, enabling you to visit the farthest points of the city and reduce some of the exhausting pedalling.
A very complete route including the most important landmarks
If you would like to follow a most complete route which will take you to see the very best of Valencia, you will have to employ seven hours of your time in it. Turisvalencia suggests to do it in the following order: Jardín del Turia, Torres de Serranos, Plaza de Manises, Plaza de la Virgen, the Cathedral and Miguelete, Plaza de la Almoina, Palacio del Marqués de Dos Agua, the Old University of Valencia, El Patriarca, el Puente de la Exposición, the old Tobacco Factory, el Palacio de la Exposición, el Puente de las Flores, el Palau de la Música, the City of Arts and Sciences, La Marina Real Juan Carlos I, and to finish it off, the maritime promenade of Valencia.
Such a route will leave you exhausted, so don’t forget to make a few stops, whether it’s for some Valencian Paella or some horchata. At midday you can have a rest at your cheap hotel in Valencia, and brave the evening with recharged energies. It’s important to know how to ration your energy when you are on holiday, to make the most of your time abroad.
And now you’ve seen all the possibilities you have of getting to know the city on a bike. Don’t wait any longer to book a cheap hotel in Valencia and come to enjoy the city!