We recommend you the must-see places you cannot miss in Valencia.
City of Arts and Sciences
The Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències de València is a unique complex dedicated to scientific and cultural dissemination to enjoy with family or friends that occupies about two kilometers of the old Turia riverbed. It is made up of the Hemisfèric, the Umbracle, the Science Museum, the Oceanogràfic, the Palau de les Arts and the Àgora.
With more than 45,000 specimens of more than 500 species, the Oceanogràfic is the largest aquarium in Europe, a true tribute to the seas and oceans of the planet. The distribution of the different aquariums and its scientific, recreational and educational vocation bring the marine world closer to the entire population.
Nature in its purest state, dreamy sunsets, boat rides and disconnection in capital letters. Like an urban oasis surrounded by rice fields and forest: that is the Natural Park of L'Albufera, the place where paella was born.
Beaches and Marina of Valencia
Enjoy miles and miles of blue flag beaches in your own style. Relax on your towel in the sun, contemplating the sea from one of the many restaurants along the promenade or from the avant-garde Veles e Vents building in the Marina.
The lung of Valencia. Explore it by bike or on foot and contemplate the 18 bridges that cross it. A lush garden of 9 kilometers that keeps secrets inside: the Gulliver Park, the Palau de la Música, the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències...
Valencian gastronomy has many things to boast about and you can find them all in the Central Market, the largest fresh produce market in Europe with all the flavor and smell of the Mediterranean. Take a stroll through the Central Market, your senses will thank you!
Cathedral, Miguelete and Holy Chalice
The cathedral is a beautiful mixture of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles; inside, it preserves the Holy Chalice and, climbing the 207 steps of the Miguelete, you will enjoy a spectacular 360º view of the city of Valencia.
Barrio del Carmen
A cocktail of history and leisure. Forget about maps and enter the labyrinthine cobbled streets of the ancient neighborhood that grew between the Muslim and Christian walls. Medieval buildings, palaces, frescoes, stores and restaurants that you will not be able to resist.
La Lonja is one of the characteristic buildings of the city, as well as being one of the most famous monuments of civil Gothic that Europe has to offer. It enjoys the high distinction of Historic Artistic Monument of national character since June 4, 1931 and was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site on December 5, 1996.
Valencia Cathedral and renowned churches
A city like Valencia, with more than 2,000 years of existence and one of the most extensive historical centers in Europe, gathers Christian temples, most of which were built on mosques from the Islamic period of the city. Almost all architectural styles are represented in them. València Cathedral, Church of San Juan del Hospital, Church of San Nicolás and Santa Catalina are the most outstanding.
Wide variety of museums
Valencia offers a wide variety of museums, from the second largest art gallery in Spain at the Museum of Fine Arts, to modern art at the Valencian Institute of Modern Art, to the National Museum of Ceramics.
Ruzafa and Ensanche
Considered the Valencian "Soho", Ruzafa is located in the heart of Valencia. Art, architecture worthy of direct photography to Instagram, charming bars, flower shops to get lost in, theaters, vintage clothing, bookstores that are not just bookstores, drinks, nightclubs and very good vibes.