Plaza de la Reina
The Plaza de la Reina, one of the busiest squares in Valencia, dates back to 1878 and is named after the wife of Alfonso XII, Mercedes of Orléans. Located on the square is one of the entrances to the Cathedral of Valencia and the Miguelete bell tower, from which you can count off the buildings of Valencia, it is also home to the Kilometre Zero of all the roads leading out of the Valencian community.
In addition to numerous cafes and restaurants around the square you can find: the old town of Valencia, the Plaza Redonda, Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Plaza de la Virgen and lots of interesting places to visit as you are right in the centre of Valencia.
This square is a ten minute walk from Quart Youth Hostel and five minutes by bike.