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A Walk Through History

As the city that brought paella to the world, Valencia is a culinary delight. Don't miss out on sipping fresh, local orange juice or enjoying tasty tapas in a sidewalk café.

Wandering this relaxed city is like taking a walk through history. From the Roman remains in the archaeological museum to the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, the architecture ranges from the dramatic to the sublime. A mix of styles from the outside, medieval Valencia Cathedral comes into its own inside. The gilt carvings and vibrantly-painted dome are a sight to behold.

The greatest triumph of city planning is the Turia River Park. Created on the bed of a redirected river, it provides much-needed shade in a city with an impressive sunshine record. Of course, you can always cool down on the fantastic beaches, lapped by warm Mediterranean waters.

Former hosts of the European Grand Prix, Valencians take their sport seriously and so they should. Try to take in a match at the 75,000-seater Valencia FC stadium to experience the electric atmosphere.

As Spain’s 3rd largest city, Valencia has wild nightlife, so if that’s your cup of tea, city center hostels are a great choice. Alternatively, also has guesthouses, central apartments and even hotels near Valencia Airport.

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From Mediterranean beaches to a bustling historic center with Modernist architecture and winding medieval streets, Valencia’s charms are endless. Vibrant bars, restaurants and nightlife complement the historic monuments, museums and the famous City of Arts and Sciences.

  • Enjoy nature without leaving the city by taking a walk in Rambleta Park. Experience a taste of authentic local life in this city full of contrasts as you walk around the streets of the Jesus district.

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  • Wandering around these medieval alleyways and squares brings to mind the Romans, Visigoths and Arabs who once lived here. Don’t miss the historic Lonja (Silk Exchange) or gates of the ancient city walls. As well as monuments and museums, Ciutat Vella is full of bars, restaurants and lively nightlife.

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  • This vibrant part of the city is filled with shops, restaurants, theaters and nightlife. It houses Modernist buildings such as the Columbus Market, with its enticing terrace cafés. The area includes the Ruzafa district, a focal point in Valencia’s annual Las Fallas celebrations.

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  • Valencia’s main railway station, Estación del Norte, is famous for its beautiful Modernist architecture adorned with oranges. Visit the Botanical Gardens, or walk along the former riverbed of the River Turia, now a park with a range of open-air activities.

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  • Valencia’s maritime tradition can be felt in every part of this district. La Malvarrosa Beach and promenade is ideal for sunbathing or enjoying typical Valencian cuisine. Its close proximity to the city center, Formula 1 Urban Circuit and City of Arts and Sciences makes it an ideal base.

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