Things to do in Valencia
Valencia es una ciudad ideal para “singles”: invita a pasear, ir de compras, admirar sus monumentos o disfrutar de la playa de la Malvarrosa.
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.
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.
In Valencia, land of flowers, light and love, it’s easy to enjoy yourself with friends thanks to the city’s restaurants and pubs, its bike lanes, its concerts, and its beautiful natural surroundings.
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.
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.