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C/ San Vicente Mártir 171  (Est. Joaquín Sorolla)

One of the most recent urban projects in the city of Valencia has been the adaptation of the Central Park. Due to its location on a railway and urban area, it is considered the most important project that has been undertaken in recent times in the city of Valencia.

It is a green area of more than 10 hectares that had been demanded by neighbors over 30 years and finally opened its doors in 2018. An ideal place to walk with family, enjoy the outdoors or play sports such as runnig or a bike ride.

The Gulliver Park is the ideal option if you are looking for something to do in Valencia with children, without a doubt it has a special attraction for the youngest of the family and its entrance is free.


Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Free entrance
Metro : Líneas 1,2 y 7 Jesús – Línea 7 Bailén – Líneas 3, 5 y 9 Xàtiva Bus: 8, 90 Y N7
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