Meet one of the first churches in the city whose origins date back to the 13th century
The church of Saints Johns is also popularly known as “Saint John of the Market” because of its location next to the market area. This square, already in the 13th century, was the main open space in the city and civic center par excellence.
The deep Baroque redecoration also spans the outside, and the three doorways are renewed using a Baroque language. Also noteworthy on its own is the rear façade which overlooks the Market Square. Designed by 1700 as a magnificent stone altarpiece over a terrace, it became a place to perform religious plays.
Interesting facts on its history
Free visit tickets can be purchased online or at the ticket counter. For guided tours, a prior reservation is always required.
To visit San Nicolás and know all the details of the frescoes, you must buy an entrance. The amount collected serves to maintain the rich artistic heritage of San Nicolás, support the social work of the Parish and its cultural management.
San Nicolás ofrece visitas guiadas regularmente de martes a domingo, consulta los horarios. Por motivos de aforo, es imprescindible hacer reserva previa.
Yes, San Nicolás offers special prices for guided tours of groups, which vary according to the collective. For more information about rates, booking conditions and payment, you can consult the following link.
For our guided tours we have expert official guides. You can request a visit in English, French, Italian, German and Russian. For other languages, it is recommended to consult.
Yes, the combined ticket includes both the audio guide visit and the guided tour, as long as the visiting hours offered match your availability. If you are interested in doing the guided tour, do not forget to make your reservation.
Yes, all the visitable space is enabled to allow the use of wheelchairs.
San Nicolás has a shop within the reach of visitors. Its collection helps to finance the social projects in which the Parish is involved.
Yes, the use of cameras without a tripod and without a flash is allowed.
Out of respect for the faithful who enter the temple for the purpose of worship and not to interrupt the proper development of the Masses, during the worship hours, the tourist visit is not allowed in any case.
The reduced entry applies to students of any regulated education, unemployed, pensioners, members of large families or single parents, people with disabilities, users of the Valencia Tourist Card or ICOM members, with prior accreditation in each case.
Access is free for children up to 12 years, always accompanied by an adult, as well as for qualified tour guides.