Things to do in Valencia
From Peníscola to Altea, and from Dénia to Santa Pola, the Valencia Autonomous Region is an ideal destination to enjoy the sun and the beach.
Sorolla features prominently at the Valencia Museum of Fine Arts, alongside works by painters as renowned as Velázquez, Murillo and Van Dyck.
The Chulilla Suspension Bridges Route leads into the impressive Túria river gorges, a wild, vertiginous landscape that captivates and surprises visitors.
The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, Valencia’s Opera House, is the latest building to be added to the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències complex.
Plaça de la Reina offers visitors the best views of El Micalet tower from its bustling restaurant and bar terraces.
The Falles Museum invites you to discover the history of the iconic festival of Les Falles through the “ninots indultados”—the papier-mâché figures that are saved from the flames by popular vote—dating back to 1934.
Where once you would have found Valencia’s medieval wall, today you can enjoy one of the busiest shopping streets in the Valencia Autonomous Region, full of exclusive shops and cafés.
Discover what to do in Valencia with children. From learning about the traditions of the Falles to playing with the latest scientific advances at the Science Museum, Valencia has endless activities for children.
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.