What to do in Valencia


Valencia, strategically located in the Mediterranean and perfectly communicated with Madrid and Barcelona, ​​is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain.

Between tradition and modernity, its most emblematic buildings such as the Cathedral, the Basilica of the Virgen de los Desamparados, the Lonja de la Seda, the Marqués de Dos Aguas, the Torres de Serranos and so many others that you cannot miss along with the spectacular City of Arts and Sciences.

Strolling through its picturesque streets of Barrio del Carmen, through its Central Market, through its beautiful squares in the city center, through the Old Riverbed of the Turia River, full of bridges and gardens, will transport you to another place full of aromas, light and Colour.

Ideal place also for children where they can enjoy in the Gulliver Park, Viviros, Oceanographic or Bioparc.

And all this without forgetting its beautiful beaches, Las Arenas and Malvarrosa, the latter portrayed so many times in the paintings of the master Joaquín Sorolla.

Special mention, the Sailor Town of Cabañal, its port and its aroma of Salt.

And if you want to live an experience like no other, take a boat ride through the Albufera and enjoy its sunset.

Among its gastronomy stands out Paella and Tapas and authentic artists of the culinary art where you can taste these and other dishes.

City that lives day and night, full of restaurants, terraces and places to enjoy.

In short, Valencia is a city for everyone but especially for lovers of art, nature, science, gastronomy, the sun and, above all, life.

Come enjoy it!