The Cathedral, the Lonja, the Serranos towers, the City of Arts and Sciences… We help you not to miss the must-see places in Valencia.
Paella, a dish that draws on products from the land and sea, has transcended the sphere of food and drink to become an emblem of Valencia and of Spain itself.
The Mestalla stadium, inaugurated in 1923, is the oldest football stadium in the Spanish First Division and has capacity for 55,000 spectators.
Diverting the course of the River Túria to the south of Valencia created a huge area of empty land that has become the city’s green lung.
The Jardí de Montfort, by the course of the Túria river, is the most bucolic park in Valencia.
The Vivers Municipals, also known as the Jardins del Real, are located next to the Museu de Belles Arts and are the perfect spot for a relaxing walk.
La comida típica de Valencia va más allá de la paella y ofrece muchos y deliciosos platos con la huerta y el mar como protagonistas.