The third largest city of Spain harmoniously blends the centuries-old history with the avant-garde architecture of the 21st century. While the bigger cities like Madrid and Barcelona get the world’s attention, Valencia carries on with being a livable city with a thriving cultural and social life.
The futuristic City of Arts and Sciences is the proof that Valencians are great innovators. Valencia is home to brilliantly styled buildings that includes museums, churches and other structures. The city buzzes with eclectic dining scenes that offer way more than a regular culinary delight – it’s a sensory overload.
Valencia has an unusual charm that, when combined with its beaches and coastal mountains, makes it a uniquely attractive tourist destination.
The best time to visit: April - May
Must visit places: City of Arts and Sciences, L’Oceanogràfic, Albufera Nature Reserve
Top things to do: explore Central Market, relax at the El Saler Beach, try Paella