In the last few decades, the urban transformation in Valencia has been simply spectacular, largely due to its avant-garde architecture. However, despite the passing of time, there is still a great number of iconic and modernist buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries that can be seen in the city.
We will start this tour from Estación del Norte. This railway station was opened in 1917 and is one of the best examples of civil modernist architecture of Spain. The inside of the building has all the decorative elements that characterise its modernist style. The ceramic mosaics, ceilings with iron structure and a notable presence of handcrafted tiles make this railway station a worthwhile visit. In fact, thousands of travelers pass through this railway station every day. In a single visit, you will be overwhelmed with its ornate facade and grand proportions.