A stunning city that you can enjoy inside and out, whether you're watching an opera, an IMAX 3D movie, an interactive museum or Europe's largest aquarium.
The museum houses the largest national collection of ceramics, dating from the 18th century to the contemporary period, and includes pieces by Picasso.
The Silk Exchange. World Patrimony
This jewel of Valencian civil Gothic, which was declared a World Patrimony by UNESCO in 1996, is a visit as essential as it is surprising.
Valencian gastronomy has many things to offer and you can find them all at the Central Market, the largest fresh produce market in Europe with all the flavor and smell of the Mediterranean.
Beaches of Valencia: urban or wild, you choose!
If you like golden sand landscapes by the sea. If you like to relax on your towel in the sun, back and forth (but always with protection), or under the shelter of an umbrella, with a soft drink nearby. Then the beaches of Valencia are your place in the world. Absolutely the best plan.
Cathedral, Miguelete and Holy Chalice
The cathedral is a beautiful mixture of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles; inside, it preserves the Holy Chalice and if you climb the 207 steps of the Miguelete, you will enjoy a spectacular 360º view of the city.
The best Museums where to lose yourself and Enjoy
The 34 museums of Valencia are there to suit all tastes. From the second largest art gallery in Spain at the Museo de Bellas Artes, to the IVAM's modern art, including the Museo Nacional de Cerámica, the Fallero, the Centre del Carme or the Bombas Gens art centre.
Marina of Valencia
Enjoy in your own style miles and miles of distinguished beaches with blue flags. Relax by contemplating the sea from one of the many restaurants on the promenade or from the avant-garde Veles e Vents de la Marina building.
Oceanogràfic of Valencia
With more than 45,000 specimens of more than 500 species, the Oceanogràfic is the largest aquarium in Europe, a genuine tribute to the seas and oceans of the planet.
Barrio del Carmen in Valencia
Forget about maps and enter the ancient neighborhood's labyrinthine cobbled streets that grew between the Muslim and Christian walls. Medieval buildings, palaces, frescoes, stores and restaurants that you will not be able to resist.