5/5 - Excellent
Helene13 Mar. 2020
It’s a great city to walk around. A lot bigger than we expected but enjoyable as expected
4.5/5Wonderful!(47 area reviews)
Gourmet restaurants interesting history and top sights from Central Market to Plaza de la Reina – discover Valencia City Centre, a destination also famous for its shopping.
4.5/5Wonderful!(9 area reviews)
Known for its pristine beaches and ample dining options, there's plenty to explore in Camins al Grau. You can visit top attractions like Aqua Shopping Center and Turia Gardens, and jump on the metro at Ayora Station or Maritim-Serreria Station to see more of the city.
4/5Very Good!(1 area review)
Travellers choose Benicalap for its abundant dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Beniferri Station or Campanar-La Fe Station and check out top sights like Dama Iberica Sculpture.
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Experience 3-D movies, opera performances, science exhibits and an aquarium brimming with animals at this diverse arts and sciences complex.
Relax on the golden Mediterranean sand, swim in warm waters and enjoy fine dining on an oceanfront promenade at this family-friendly city beach.
Explore this spectacular indoor-outdoor aquarium, home to innovative exhibits and more than 500 different marine species.
This lively Valencia Old Town square contains a mix of centuries-old architectural styles, outdoor dining and seasonal craft markets.
See African wildlife in exciting and accurate re-creations of savannah, tropical and Madagascan environments in this informative zoo within Turia Gardens.
Find a wide selection of regional fruits, vegetables, cheese, seafood and cured meats at this traditional 20th-century food market, one of the oldest in Europe.
Verified traveller16 Sep. 2019
We have been traveling around Spain for a month and Valencia has been my favourite place.