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Facing the City of Arts and Sciences
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A short break in Valencia is to visit centuries-old traditions, flavors that have transcended the borders of this metropolis and surprising contrasts that highlight that modernity and tradition are perfectly compatible. These features are extendable to the diverse range of hotels in Valencia, with accommodation that meets the needs of any type of traveler, anyone who is in the culture, fun, gastronomy and much more thanks to the fact that the city has a vast array of museums, a spectacular city beach, a natural park, a popular and festive atmosphere that extends beyond its known Fallas, but is just some of Valencia’s distinguishing features.

Main places of interest in Valencia

The capital of the Turia river, which involves a stroll around a vast space of gardens, is a very well-equipped city for both walking and bike trips. In fact, it is fairly common that the hotels in Valencia provide rental services, offering its customers the opportunity to experience the city from a new perspective.

Whatever your choice, the visit to Valencia cannot be set on a tourist trip in Valencia, where the remains of the Arab walls still remain vestiges and the two Gothic doors that have access to the city: Torres de Serranos and the Torres de Quart. In this central neighborhood you can find other emblematic buildings in the capital such as the Lonja de la Seda (Silk Market Square), Plaza Redonda or Mercado Central.

The historic route continues along Plaza de la Virgin, the historic city center. The Roman forum is once home to the Roman forum and its popular Miguelete bell tower. Nowadays, this square is also the hub of the city's most important festivals, Las Fallas, which is home to the spectacular floral offering to the Virgin on 17 and 18 March, each year. You can end your visit by taking a closer stroll to the coast and sampling the most typical Valencian cuisine. The beach bars at Malvarrosa beach are the meeting point for locals and visitors, especially on Sundays. A perfect day to enjoy a good paella by the sea.

Hotels that add to the innovative character of Valencia

Valencia boasts the most investment in modern Spanish cities. Proof of this investment in culture and innovation is the colossal City of Arts and Sciences. This complex is not just a center of knowledge and art; the perfect setting to enjoy some of the most representative photos of the city, or the backdrop of important cinematographic productions on an international scale, thanks to its unique architecture. Its buildings, as well as the leisure and culture options, reflect the perfect transformation of the city in recent decades.

A balance between development and tradition can be seen at any hotel next to the City of Arts and Sciences. In addition to its strategic location and excellent connections to the rest of the capital, these hotels in Valencia offer the most exclusive features in the city. Soundproofed rooms, free Wi-Fi, spectacular views of the most modern part of Valencia on a privileged terrace with a swimming pool, fitness studio, body and facial treatment rooms, spa circuits… All this in an area perfectly located for those who are traveling for pleasure as well as those visiting Valencia for work.

Things to see and do in Valencia

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