5/5 - Excellent
Verified traveler18 Oct 2019
Lovely city a quieter version of Madrid with the added advantage of a beautiful beach. Lots of restaurants and a nice buzzy atmosphere. Plenty to do and see.
Gourmet restaurants, amazing beaches and top sights from Plaza del Ayuntamiento to Plaza de la Reina—discover Valencia, a historic destination also famous for its shopping.
Shopping, Skyscrapers and Museums
Explore this spectacular indoor-outdoor aquarium, home to innovative exhibits and more than 500 different marine species.
Visit this zoo to experience careful re-creations of African ecosystems and to enjoy wildlife in an almost barrier-free environment.
Shop for local fruits, vegetables, cheeses and cured meats, and watch local market traders at work in one of Europe’s oldest food markets.
Learn about the mysterious human genome and about cutting-edge space research at this interactive science museum.
Visit stately historical buildings and learn about Valencia’s history and evolution when you spend time in this beautiful city center square.
A modernist architectural gem designed by Norman Foster, one of Spain’s largest conference centers is easy to get to by rail, sea, road or air.
See the top landmarks and visit the renowned museums of Valencia with one practical pass. Use the excellent public transport system at will as you zip about town, then enjoy further discounts as you refresh in cafés, guided on your Spanish adventure by your handy map.
Uncover Valencia's most famous sites, both historic and contemporary, on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Cruise through the city to see its well-known spots—from museums and beaches to science centers and stadiums—hopping off any stop along the way to explore on your own.
Choose our entertaining route and relive the history of Valencia, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Valentia was founded 2000 years ago, so we will walk over the Roman ruins of the city. We will tell you about the Visigoth time and also relive the Muslim town of Balansiya.
Paella and Spanish Culinary Workshops offer visitors the opportunity to experience traditional plates from the region. As well as appreciate the historical and cultural context that informs and shapes the food we eat in the Mediterranean province of Valencia.
The City of Valencia was founded as a Roman colony in 138BC. It was later occupied by Moroccan and Arab Moors before being conquered by the Christian King James I of Aragon.
Enjoy a mediterranean breeze while riding through this beautiful city on an e-scooter! You will save a lot of time and discover Valencia from another perspective. Our staff is ready to give you the best tips about Valencia, what are the best places t
Neil9 Oct 2019
Would definitely go back. It is a city that can cater for everyone.. beautiful parks, historic buildings and long sandy beaches. Fantastic and cheap transportation.