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Valencia Travel Guide

Valencia also referred to as “Barcelona's little sister”, is the third-largest city in Spain. This beautiful town has everything to fulfill the tourist’s desires. Wide beaches, pleasant climate, the old town with a rich historical past… And, what is particularly important, its authenticity. The Spanish lifestyle of the locals gives this city an irresistible charm.

Valencia

The best time to visit Valencia

In Valencia, you can enjoy its mild weather both in summer and in winter. The months of June, July, August, September, and October can be recommended for vacation planning. The average temperature is at least 19 ° C and rainy days are quite rare.

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Top sights

Historical old town

1. Valencia Cathedral (Catedral de Santa María de Valencia)

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The cathedral is a great starting point for your first city walk. It represents a mix of different architectural styles, with a 63-meter high bell tower called El Miguelete.

Tip: You can climb the bell tower via a spiral staircase.

2. Mercado Central

Mercado Central is a market hall not far from the cathedral, built in Catalan Art Nouveau style.

3. Mercado de Tapinería

Mercado de Tapinería is not quite a market, but a sort of creative space with nice little cafes and pop-up stores.

4. Torre de Serranos

Torre de Serranos is the former medieval city gate, situated on the northern border of the old town.

Tip: Enjoy the stunning city view from above.

Admission: 2 euros (free with the Valencia Tourist Card)
Opening times: Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday and public holidays until 2 p.m.

Attractions in other parts of the city

5. Ruzafa

Located south of the old town, Ruzafa is a "hipster district" with numerous cafes, restaurants, and several vintage shops.

6. Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències

The building complex of the "City of Arts and Sciences", is a modern symbol of Valencia. Here you will find different museums, including L’Oceanogràfic – the largest aquarium in Europe.

How to get there: take bus number 95, which stops at several stations along the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències.
Ticket price: 1.5 euros.

7. The city beach of Playa de la Malvarrosa

This is a kilometer-long wide beach located not far from the city, with a lot of restaurants along its shore.

How to get there: By bus No. 95, end station "Marcos Sopena".
Ticket price: 1.5 euros

8. The former river bed of the Turia

In the 1970s, the river bed was converted into a recreational area to solve the flood problem.

Tip: It is a very popular area to explore by bike.

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Gastronomy and specialties

The cuisine of Valencia is mainly based on rice, fish, and vegetables.

Top specialties of Valencia are

Gastronomy

• Paella Valenciana – a traditional rice dish with chicken and rabbit meat, and with beans.

• The Fideuà – an unusual variant of paella, where the rice is replaced by short-cut pasta made from durum wheat.

• Horchata de Chufa – a refreshing drink made from almond milk with the addition of water and sugar.

• Agua de Cebada – a drink made from barley malt, which has its origins in the Roman Empire.

• Agua de Valencia – a mix of freshly squeezed orange juice and Spanish sparkling wine.

Arrival in Valencia

Valencia can be reached by plane, train, or vessel.

Valencia airport:
The airport is located 8 km far from the city center. You can get to the center by metro (lines 3 and 5), by bus (line 150) or by taxi (approx. € 20)

Joaquin Sorolla AVE train station:
The train station is only 1 km far from the center of the city. You can get to the center by metro (lines 1 and 5), and by zero-fare bus.

Valencia seaport:
It is situated 5.5 km far from the center of Valencia. You can get there by bus (line 4, 30, 95).

Cruise port:
It is located 6 km far from the center. There is an internal port shuttle that takes passengers to the terminal. Bus (line 4, 30, 95).

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