"Queen's Square is the next stop" Valencia Things to Do Tip by DanielF
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Only a few metres from Saint Catherine's, Queen's Square is the broadest open space in the old city. The square was created in the XX century, after several medieval buildings were torn down in order to improve the visibility of the cathedral. It is here that converge two of the main avenues in old Valencia: Peace Street and Saint Vincent Martyr Street.
The centre of the square is occupied by a small garden and the access to an underground parking. On occasions, handycraft markets are held on the Square and it is also here where the horse-drawn carriages await the tourists who want to experience the city in an old-fashioned way.
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