Torres de Serranos
Las Torres de Serranos in Valencia is part of the old city walls demolished in the nineteenth century by Cirilo Amoros, governor of the time. This colossal work we have only titanic two large doors, the Door of Serranos and Quart Towers. A wall dating from the fourteenth century demolished in the nineteenth century. Today you can climb the Torres de Serranos, where you can get a magnificent view of Valencia.
Height Serranos Towers: The Towers of Serranos have a height of 33 meters.
Serranos Towers are the center of the Crida that gives way to the festival of Las Fallas, this is a very representative act Fallera chaired by the Mayor in the Mayor delivered the keys to this city, leading to initiation of the festivities of Las Fallas.
Torres de Quart
The Torres de Quart, Valencia, like the Serranos were the facade of one of the gates in the wall that protected Valencia in the middle ages, were built in the fifteenth century by Francesc Baldomar. Its rough walls withstood the cannonade of the war of independence, they still can be visually observed. Quart Towers are being declared a National Historic Landmark National Monument in 1931. to Quart Towers also known as Gate Cuarte.
Height of the Torres de Quart: Quart Towers have a height of 34 meters.
Opening hours of the towers
The schedule of the Towers of Serrano and that of the Quart Towers are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 to 14:00 and 16:30 to 20:30.
On Sundays and holidays from 10:00 to 15:00 hours.
Monday (July to November) from 10:00 to 15:00.
To climb the Torres entrance fee is 2 € the normal input and 1 € reduced Monday to Friday, weekends and holidays admission is free.