When Benimaclet had been included in the city, it began to grow outwards onto the farmland. It did so, among other things, by means of the construction of housing administered as cooperatives, creating an urban fabric that was a mixture of urban blocks and the open construction typical of modernity.
A LITTLE TRAIN TOWARDS THE SEA
Along this route, we will follow one of principal lines of communication that were most important for the development of the barrio, even though at times the experience was traumatic. This is the railway line that connected Valencia to el Grao (the port area).
THE FAR WEST
This walk takes you to some of the places farthest away from the historical centre. It stretches from the other side of Emilio Baró Street to Alfahuir Avenue. Alfahuir used to be the old road that led to Alboraya. Today it constitutes the administrative limit of the barrio. But these places have always been intimately linked to our collective memory.
Aquí puedes descargar un pdf con todas las rutas para imprimir.