Things to do in Valencia
El Micalet tower is an emblem of Valencia and a balcony with the best views of the city.
The Mercat Colón is a wonderful example of how a building from the past can be transformed into a new meeting point and space for avant-garde cuisine.
Recently finished restoration work has unearthed previously hidden details from the beautiful frescoes designed by Antonio Palomino.
Plaça Redona square, at the very heart of the Ciutat Vella district, has welcomed the hustle and bustle of commercial activity beneath its unusual Neo-Classical architecture for almost 200 years.
The Water Tribunal of the Plain of Valencia has been managing the distribution of water from the Túria river since the Moorish Period.
The National Ceramics Museum—a journey of cultural interest through the history of ceramics in Spain, a history in which Valencia has played a leading and internationally recognised role.
La ciudad de Valencia es todo un paraíso para las compras con opciones para todos los gustos y a la medida de cualquier bolsillo. ¡Descúbrelas!
To savour any one of Valencia’s traditional rice dishes is to immerse yourself in a universe of flavours, aromas, textures, serving styles and colours as seductive as they are delicious.
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.