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.
This cutting-edge city with avant-garde architecture proves that learning about science, art, technology and nature can be deeply rewarding.
This impressive science and leisure centre offers you the chance to travel through the world’s different marine ecosystems from the comfort of Valencia.
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.
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.
From rice to oranges, there’s always a good moment to go shopping so that you can pack your bags full of the best souvenirs from Valencia.
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.
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.