Av. del Professor López Piñero, 1, 46013 València
Get your ticket to see the opera theatre of Valencia, the Palau de les Arts. A modern work by the well-known Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava located within the City of Arts and Sciences.
A guided tour around what is currently one of the most important artistic and cultural centers in the world.
During your visit to the Palu de les Arts you will be able to admire this magnificent work, one of the most important in the world thanks to the architectural layout and shape. Its stages and halls gather every season the best musicians in the world, prestigious artists and directors of world fame such as Zubin Mehta.
The tour includes the centers where the opera is performed, ‘’Centre de Perfeccionament Plácido Domingo’’ for artist’s training, the minimalist ‘’Galería dels Arcs’’ and, of course, the whole view of the City of Arts and Sciences, a unique setting in Valencia.
Of course, you will have the opportunity to see closely the details of the architecture elaborated by Santiago Calatrava, one of the best-known architects of our time and the designer of the entire structure.
Know this place where music and technology are mixed in the same environment.
The price of the entrance includes a guided tour in Spanish or English for one hour with authorized personnel from Palau itself.
To be able to access discounts at the reduced entrance for seniors, unemployed and students, it will be necessary to prove this situation at the entrance of the Palau through Carnet Jove or Student, pensioners and retirees card, etc.
Bus: Líneas 13, 15, 25, 95
Metro: Líneas 3, 5, 7 o 9 + caminar durante 20’
Palau de les Arts. Audio Guided Tour 10.90€
One hour guided tour
The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia is in the City of Arts and Sciences in the Avenue of Professor López Piñero 1, 46013, Valencia.
The Palau de les Arts has 4 rooms:
It has represented the best-known operas in history. With 1481 seats distributed on the box and its four levels. Is the place where the most famous operas of all time have been represented as Don Giovanni, Tosca or Carmen among others.
Smaller than the previous one, it has a capacity for 400 people and its use is intended for conferences or small concerts.
It is the largest room of all with a capacity of 1500 spectators. It is a multidisciplinary enclosure where a variety of musical and political events take place.
Martin and Soler Theatre
This building is not exactly in the Palau but is an adjacent room and is intended for theatre, dance and music.