Valencia is the
administrative capital of the Valencian
offers a fantastic time to holidaymakers
which are after gorgeous beaches,
sightseeing, hiking, cycling, nightlife or
who just want to laze around in a cosy
villa. Getting from place to place couldn’t be
simpler as the trams and buses run
frequently around the places of interest and
to and from the beaches.
Valencia offers a wide range of attractions for the travelers. Culture, sport,
science, natural spaces, tradition, state of the art buildings, design, health
and relaxation is wonderful in this millennial and dynamic city.
Taking a walk around the barrio del Carmen, the City of the Arts and
Sciences, eating a good paella and drink a horchata with fartons (sweet pastry)
are the things that the visitors should not miss on their Valencia trip.
One of the most famous structures in
Valencia is the
City of Arts and
which is a huge, futuristic educational
complex inspired by space-age designs and
animal skeletons designed by local architect
The Central Market (Mercado Central)
is one of Europe’s largest markets, located
inside a jewel of modernist architecture.
At the Valencia Central Market visitors may
experience the local produce and savor the
local Mediterranean products and enjoy the
local cuisine within more than 1000 stalls.
were created when the Turia River was
re-channeled safely out of the city and it was decided to make the old riverbed
a place for the people, offering diverse possibilities for recreation. This
great green lung of the city, housing
Bioparc Valencia and
L´Oceanogràfic lies in close proximity to the natural park Turia, the
Albufera wetlands and coastal recreational beaches. With all these natural
treasures, Valencia is a "green" city unique in Spain.
City walking tours and trips to popular tourist zones in Valencia can be
made to the Historical Center, City of Arts & Sciences, Royal Marina, Albufera
Nature Reserve and Cabecera Park, Bioparc & Congress Centre. Taking a walk
around the barrio del Carmen, the City of the Arts and Sciences, eating a good
paella and drink a horchata with fartons (sweet pastry) are the things that the
visitors should not miss on their Valencia trip.
As for eating out in Valencia; Valencia offers a wide range of appetizing
gastronomic options to be enjoyed before and after meals that include; wine
bars, cafés, horchaterías, ice cream parlours and cafés. From terraces with a
genuine Mediterranean feel to avant-garde bars, every traveler will find a
special place on their Valencia holidays. Travelers in Valencia may find
restaurants in Valencia
to enjoy traditional dishes, tapas and
aperitifs in the city and in the area surrounding Valencia.
As for leisure activities in Valencia; city walking tours, tourist zones,
parks, gardens, museums, shopping, eating out and more are the best options.
Bioparc Valencia is a natural zoo, a beautiful recreation area and a new
generation zoological park in which the visitors are transported to Africa just
at the center of Valencia.
Valencia beaches; Valencia is a
definitive heaven for beach-goers, with a horde of archetypal beaches complete
with soft, golden sand, endless amounts of sun, sparkling blue water and a cool
Mediterranean breeze. Valencia has 26 km. of beaches and Valencia beaches are
one of the largest city beach areas in Europe.
Valencia has hordes of shops selling everything from traditional wares to the
latest fashion trends, so be prepared to face the crowds and bargains and bring
plenty of cash.
nightlife in Valencia;
Valencia is famous for its intense nightlife and many nightclubs, situated on
the outskirts of the city and on the beaches. Swarms of open-air nightclubs
complete with palm trees take over the beaches at night, and revelers party
until the early hours of 7 or 8 a.m.