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  • View of Plaza de la Catedral (Cathedral Square)

Home to the spectacular festivity known as Las Fallas and the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Arts and Sciences Centre). A Mediterranean destination that entices you to take a stroll and enjoy a delicious paella.Read more...

What to see The city has large open spaces that are best explored on foot. The most popular is called Ciudad Vieja (Old City), part of which is pedestrian only and spreads out from Plaza de la Reina. There you'll find the Cathedral, the Virgen de los Desamparados Basilica and El Miguelete tower. You will also be able to visit La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Market), which is a World Heritage Site, the National Museum of Ceramics, which boasts an ornate façade, and the impressive Torres de Quart y Serrano towers. The Arts and Sciences Centre is the city's most avant-garde landmark. This innovative cultural complex encompasses a huge aquarium, a science museum, a massive 3D cinema and a modern theatre. The Turia Gardens are the city's largest green area. Arranged along what was once a riverbed, it is now a fabulous garden where you can enjoy a stroll, play sports or just spend some quality time with your family. If you fancy a day at the beach, we highly recommend La Malvarrosa. This long, sandy beach is ideal for a relaxing day in the sun and a pleasant stroll along the promenade before enjoying some delicious Mediterranean cuisine. Local specialities include various rice dishes, especially the famous paella. In the evening, we recommend the many terrace bars and restaurants or the lively ambience around the El Carmen district and Paseo de Neptuno avenue.


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Valencia


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