Things to do in Valencia
This Gothic church, erected on the site of a mosque during the thirteenth century, holds legendary treasures such as the Holy Chalice, which some historians believe was used by Jesus Christ at the Last Supper.
The city’s hub of culture and art, once a humble neighbourhood built on the site of Moorish gardens, now stands out for its emerging gastro scene.
Valencia’s Parc Gulliver is a place where your imagination can run wild. You’ll feel like a Lilliputian playing on these slides, however old you are!
The aim of Museu de les Ciències Príncep Felip Science Museum in the City of Arts and Sciences is to disseminate science in an entertaining way.
Platja de la Malva-rosa is one of eight sandy beaches in Valencia and this city cove offers visitors the chance to enjoy restaurant terraces and the sea breeze.
A stroll through the Port of Valencia, with its eclectic mix of classical and avant-garde buildings, proves that the city has not turned its back on the sea.
This monument, designed as a gateway in the ancient city wall, survived a bombardment and has been used as a gunpowder store and as a women’s prison.
Every November the town of Cheste, just 20 kilometres from the city of Valencia, hosts the final race of the MotoGP, the biggest motorcycling championship in the world.
Dating back to the fifteenth century, the Palace of Benicarló, also known as the Palace of the Borgias, now houses the Valencian Parliament.
The Plaça de l’Ajuntament is the political and financial hub of Valencia, but it is also the nerve centre of the Les Falles festival.