Discovering monuments and corners of the Historic Center of Valencia! Valencia, a lovely city and a must see for anyone visiting Spain.
Valencia is one of the main tourist destinations in Spain. City with a great history, and an enviable location. It has beautiful beaches and excellent museums. It is famous for being the birthplace of one of the most international dishes: PAELLA.
Only these are more than enough reasons to intrigue the mind of the traveler in each one of us. Every year more and more visitors come to the third largest city in Spain.
We offer several reasons why you should visit it:
The impressive architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences (designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela) or the historic architecture of Valencia, with several UNESCO heritage monuments such as the Silk Exchange or the Central Market. In addition, he organized two editions of the Copa América sail and has hosted the Formula 1 World Cup.
For its Natural Park of the Albufera, for the area of El Saler, for the barracks of Pinedo, for the Fallas, for its neighborhood of the Cabanyal, for the area of Ruzafa and for a thousand and one secrets to discover in a city in which Modernist architecture gains strength with the North Station or the Mercado de Colón.
Because of its wonderful climate, its beaches, that inexplicable spirit that transmits the energy of the Mediterranean, capable of creating in this incredible city, a mixture of tradition and modernity.
If the purpose of the trip is to acquire a piece of the culture of the country you are visiting, then Valencia is the place. A city that attracts its lifestyle, proud of its traditions but at the same time open to the world that evolves.
If the purpose of the trip is to get a bit of the culture of the country you visit, then Valencia is the place. A city that attracts its lifestyle, proud of its traditions but also, open to the changing world.