Valencia is full of architectural treasures around every corner. This abundance of unique manifestations and artifacts of humanity has made Valencia the 2nd most important city in Spain. 

Valencia has been a very special place since the time of the Romans. It really comes into its own with the wealth of traders, nobles and royalty in the medieval era.  The marvelous comes to life in facades and interiors of churches, convents, monasteries and secular buildings and palaces.  

This lecture highlights the architectural treasures associated with...

  • The Roman city and the Almoina Archaeological Center
  • The Cathedral of Valencia
  • Convent of Santo Domingo 
  • Royal Monastery of the Holy Trinity
  • Parish Church of San Nicolás and San Pedro Mártir 
  • Royal Church of San Martín Obispo and San Antonio Abad 
  • Royal Basilica
  • Royal Parish of the St Johns
  • San Juan del Hospital 
  • Lonja de la Seda
  • Monastery of San Miguel de los Reyes 
  • Palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas
"Karla's immense knowledge about art and architecture in Spain is unbelievable." -Angelika