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Venue: Valencia, Spain
Valencia is famous for the City of Arts and Sciences, the Valencia Cathedral, the Old Town, the Central Market, and being the birthplace of paella. Valencia is also popular for its peculiar museums, quirky festivals, beautiful sunny weather, and fantastic sandy beaches.
From the golden sands of Playa Las Arenas and the flamboyant Rococo architecture of the Palace of the Marques de Dos Agues to the cobbled, maze-like Old Town, Valencia has a lot to offer. Though it’s often overlooked in favor of Barcelona or Madrid, Valencia has plenty going for it. Located on Spain’s east coast, the 2,000-year-old city boasts wide sandy beaches, striking architecture, a buzzing food scene, and a culture, without the crowds found in other large Spanish cities. It’s the third-largest city in Spain, but the main attractions including the cathedral, the Mercado Central, and the Unesco-listed Lonja de la Seda are walkable around the town center.
A place full of contrasts awaits the visitor with a charming old town next to futuristic buildings. This is Valencia, one of Spain’s most welcoming cities to spend a few days. Beyond the cultural effervescence of its cities, a stroll is always a good idea or bathing at its Mediterranean beaches. Of course, you must try the star dish, paella, and other delicacies Food.
What to visit:
The Silk Exchange
Palau de la Musical auditorium
Valencia Cathedral
Science Museum
Valencia Institute of Modern Art
Valencia Regional Government Palace
El Miguelete Tower
City of Arts and Sciences complex

Tourist Attractions

Valencia Library
Valencia City
Valencia Cathedral
malvarrosa beach