Climbing the stone stairs to the top of the tower is no mean feat, not one for young children. Fantastic views from the top a real sense of the history of the city.
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For a small 2 Euro fee you can gain entrance to this wonderful tower remnant from the original walled part of the city. Its quite a climb, but the views from the top are well worth it!
Although a bit similar, this is a more sofisticated gate than the Torres de Quart on the west side of the historical center. It's a pity that the old city walls completely disappeared.
Located in the far North of the old town its certainly worth a wander from the main streets to come and climb up! The view is a great way to orientate yourself but keep hold of your map! You can get a ticket for just...More
Enjoyed our visit, lots to explore. The steps can seem a bit daunting but the rails are good to keep you steady. Great views and architecture, amazing to imagine it being used by soldiers. A bit more info about the history of the tower would...More
Serranos Gate was one of the twelve gates of the ancient city wall and was built in Gothic style 1392-1398. The ancient city wall was pulled down in 1865 and nearly only the Serrans Towers, the 15th century Quart Towers remains. The Torres de Serrans...More
The Torres de Serranos is one of the remaining city gates. It's walls are very thick and must have provided great protection as part of the city wall which has now been demolished. Views from the top is superb but get ready for lots of...More
My friend and I climbed the Gate on a hot day in June and it was quite a challenge! Not much shade available and the stair railings are quite low and metal (so hot!). It's well worth the climb though, as the view from the...More
Once the main entrance to the old city it now stands lonely on a busy main road. The tower allows you to have a wide ranging view over the bridge and gardens in the valley of the river. The other side looks into the old...More