The Clock Tower is an architectural emblem of the city of Valencia. It used to hold the original maritime station and the highest Port Authority. The tower was designed in 1914, french inspired, as it is a copy of the train station in Lyon, France,. It’s function was to serve as the by-water entrance to the city. The tower is adherent to the building and it has an original weather-vane boat-shaped and just below we can find a bell named “María”, casted in 1915. The building was restored for the America’s Cup in 2007 but it is currently used to hold private and business events.
It has the capacity to hold 300 seated people and up to 500 people for cocktail services
Edificio del Reloj
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Plaza Canovas del castillo nº1, planta 2 - 46005 Valencia