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Cuevas de la Torre

Valencia Province, Spain

Cuevas de la Torre

Length
12.2 km
Elev. Gain
55 m
Est. Steps
17000
Created by Ramón
Introduction
Cuevas de la Torre is a 12.2 km (17,000-step) route located near Valencia Province, Spain. This route has an elevation gain of about 55 m and is rated as medium. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.

Burjassot

Place
Burjassot (Valencian pronunciation: [buɾdʒaˈsɔt]) is a municipality in the comarca of Horta Nord in the Valencian Community, Spain.

Hilton Valencia

Place
Hilton Valencia (Torre Hilton, Hotel Hilton in Valencia) is a skyscraper and hotel in Valencia, Spain. Completed in 2006, has 35 floors and rises 117 metres. It was part of Hilton Hotels.While the building is still standing and continued to be used as offices in part. It is no longer a Hilton Hotel after being taken over and renamed Hotel Melia Valencia

Benimàmet, Valencia

Place
Benimàmet (Valencian pronunciation: [beniˈmamet], Spanish: Benimámet) is an old municipality now integrated as an urban part of Valencia, Spain. The name Benimàmet 'sons of Muhammad' is derived from Arabic during Muslim-ruled Al-Andalus.

Beniferri

Place
Beniferri is a town which belongs to the municipality of Valencia, in this municipality it is located in the district Pobles de l'Oest.

Quart de Poblet

Place
Quart de Poblet (Valencian pronunciation: [ˈkwaɾd de poˈblet], Spanish and unofficially: Cuart de Poblet or Cuarte) is a municipality in the comarca of Horta Oest in the Valencian Community, Spain. It has 25,499 inhabitants (NSI 2009).

Tower of Paterna

Place
The Tower of Paterna (Valencian: Torre de Paterna [ˈtore ðe paˈtɛɾna]) is a historical monument of the town of Paterna, in the province of Valencia, Spain.It is the most emblematic monument of this valencian town. The origin of its construction is unknown, but it is thought that it was constructed during the Arab age, as a defense system to protect the city's inhabitants.

Luis Puig Palace

Place
Luis Puig Palace (Valencian: Palau Velòdrom Lluís Puig, Spanish: Palacio Velódromo Luis Puig) is an arena in Valencia, Spain. It is primarily used for indoor sports and hosted the 2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships. The arena also hosts a 250 metres (270 yd) painted concrete cycling track which played host to the 1992 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.

Nou Mestalla

Place
Nou Mestalla (Valencian pronunciation: [ˈnɔw mesˈtaʎa]) is a partially built 54,000-seat football stadium in Valencia, Spain, intended as a replacement for Valencia CF's current stadium, Estadio Mestalla. The basic concrete structure of the stadium was built between August 2007 and February 2009, but work was then halted for financial reasons.

San Jose Schools, Valencia

Place
San Jose Schools, Valencia, Spain, originated in 1908 as a work of the Society of Jesus and today offers education from primary through baccalaureate and basic vocational training.
Route Details

Length

12.2 km

Elev. Gain

55 m

Est. Steps

17000
Created by
Ramón
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