Lonja de la Seda

The Silk Exchange

Considered by the UNESCO as an “exceptional example of a secular building in late Gothic style”, Valencia’s Lonja de la Seda is a group of buildings originally used for trading silk.

The site covers more than 2,000 square meters and on Sundays, there’s a coin and stamps exhibition.

Chosen by UNESCO

A World Heritage Site

Considered a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO since 1996, the Silk Exchange is one of the most visited places in Valencia.

It’s located downtown, near the Central Market, and its design is similar to that of the Silk Exchange in Palma de Majorca.

A bit of history

The Orange Garden

The Lonja features a courtyard called the Orange Garden, as well as different places where merchants would meet.

This important Valencian monument is free to visit on Sundays and holidays until 3pm.

Contact Lonja de la Seda

Get in touch!

(+34) 963 52 54 78
Opening hours

Mondays to Saturdays, from 9:30am to 7pm.
Sundays and holidays, until 3pm.

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