Welcome to Valencia. During your visit, you must see the most important monuments, routes and festivities of Valencia. Below you’ll find what you can’t miss when you come to Valencia:
Explore the city centre of Valencia
Explore the city centre of Valencia, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Spain.
Conoce el Valencia Center
City of Art and Science
The City of Art and Science is a venue that houses several art and cultural disciplines in the same place, including several museums, aquariums, exhibition halls, projection rooms and outdoor and indoor entertainment facilities.
Beaches of Valencia
The city of Valencia coastline contains three beaches: Las Arenas, La Malvarrosa, and El Cabañal, the fishermen’s quarter. Valencia City has beaches equipped with all kinds of services.
Bioparc - Zoo Valencia
Visit the Valencia Zoo, Bioparc, located in Parque de Cabecera. The zoo has a surface area of over 100,000 m2 and enables you to visit the wild habitats of: the Savannah, Madagascar and Equatorial Africa, seeing the animals in their own natural habitats.
La Albufera en Valencia
While on holiday in Valencia, we recommend a visit to the La Albufera Nature Park. You can organise your own route or visit the park for 2 hours on a Tourist Bus.
Routes through Valencia
Plan your holiday with the routes we recommend through the city of Valencia. Travel on foot, by car or by bike, visit the main places of tourist interest, move around the old city centre or the City of Art and Science.
Visita La See the Guide to Routes through Valencia
La TomatinaDiscover a festival which is UNIQUE in the world: "La Tomatina" (Tomato Festival) is held in the province of Valencia in the town of Buñol. Those who take part throw tomatoes at each other and it is held on the last Wednesday in August. See La Tomatina