Valencia hovers between the traditional and the avant-garde, between buzzing activity and calm. This city has two sides, which visitors find spellbinding from the moment they arrive here.
With thoughtful planning, two days in Valencia are sufficient to discover its historic heritage, the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, and the city’s cuisine.
Three days are sufficient to see Valencia’s significant monuments and cultural heritage, seasoned with a touch of avant-garde architecture and the delicious flavours of the Mediterranean.
A weekend in Valencia will allow you to admire its monuments, explore its Bohemian neighbourhoods, taste Mediterranean cuisine, and enjoy the avant-garde.