Description of the destination

Situated on the east coast of Spain, Valencia is a beautiful city full of history, culture and modern design. With its location by the Mediterranean Sea and sunny climate, it offers visitors many attractions and experiences.

The historic center of the city, known as Ciutat Vella, is rich in monuments and historical architecture. The Cathedral of La Seu with its bell towers and the Town Tower (Torres de Serranos) are just some of the historical sites that you can admire while walking through the narrow streets full of shops and cafes.

The city is also known for its futuristic architecture, especially the City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias), which is a gem of modern design. The complex includes museums, an aquarium, an opera house and futuristic bridges, making it one of the most beautiful and innovative places in the city.

Turia Gardens, the former bed of the Turia River, now transformed into a huge city park, is another pleasant place for relaxation and recreation. Here you can run, cycle or simply relax in the natural environment.

Valencia is also famous for its beaches, especially Playa de la Malvarrosa, where you can enjoy sunny days and water sports. Enjoy fresh seafood at one of the many waterfront restaurants.

The Las Fallas Festival, held in March, is one of the most famous and largest festivals in Spain. The city streets are filled with large paper figures, which are finally burned, marking a spectacular and colorful end to the festival.

Gastronomy in Valencia is varied and tasty. Don’t forget to try paella, a traditional Valencian delicacy made with fresh seafood and rice.

All in all, Valencia is a combination of history, art, natural beauty and rich culture. Whatever your interests, you’ll find something to appeal to in this Spanish city.