Squares and main streets
One of the most emblematic squares of Valencia is the Plaza de La Reina. This is the busiest district, which opens its the door to the Apostles, giving access to the city's cathedral. It was built in 1878 on the wedding day of kings Alfonso XII and María de las Mercedes and has since undergone at least two renovations.
La Plaza de la Virgen is another representative point of the city. He is the heir to Roman bravery Forum and in its surroundings you can see three of the most emblematic buildings of the district: Catedral, Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados and el Palacio de la Generalitat Valenciana and gardens. It is a perfect location as it's totally pedestrianised for children to play or skate in.
Finally, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, known as the most important and central part of the city, has different buildings with great architectural beauty such as the town hall which was declared a historical and artistic monument in the country.
As for the streets, Caballeros stands on the central axis of Carmen, because it is here that the old Valencian nobles used to live in. The structures located here have been renovated fully, but still continue to exhibit their majestic and distinctive style.