We will meet at the Town Hall square at the indicated time to start our guided tour. We will take the opportunity to get to know this beautiful building and all the curiosities it hides, what sculptural marvel will it house inside?
We will arrive at the Esplanade of Spain – a sign of identity for the people of Alicante – to immerse ourselves in the undulating mosaic of tesserae of its promenade, the sea breeze and its palm trees, how many do you think there are? We will take the opportunity to admire the Carbonell House and learn about the history it has to tell us.
We’ll pass through the centrally located Portal de Elche Square and then Gabriel Miró square, a romantic space where the murmur of the water makes it a haven of peace. Shall we continue? A lot of giant mushrooms are waiting for us in San Francisco Street.
Strolling through the streets, we will get into the late night life of Alicante, which is concentrated in Castaños Street. In addition, here we will find a combination of bourgeois façades, including the Palacio Salvetti, a luxurious building converted into a hotel – what Spanish monarch would stay in its suites?
This visit would not be complete without talking about Alicante’s festivities and gastronomy, giving you a good excuse to come back. In front of the Bonfires Museum we will share with you our best recommendations.
We will continue to be captivated by the stories of this ancient city as we walk through the picturesque and intricate streets of the old town. We will visit emblematic places: the co-cathedral of San Nicolás de Bari, an important saint of Alicante, the convent of the Precious Blood of Christ and the oldest church in Alicante, the church of Santa María.
This is the magic of Alicante and you still haven’t seen anything…
Will you join us?
If you go to another city just look for the orange umbrella.