Valencia is a bustling city on the Spanish coast overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It is the third largest city in terms of population (after Barcelona and Madrid). Over the last few decades, Valencia has transformed the building boom of the quiet coastal town into one of the urban areas as an interesting destination. It has a wide range of free tourist attractions, historic attractions to vibrant and colorful festivals, and visitors.
City of Arts and Science
You can enjoy stunning modern architecture. Which was a place for the World Cup between these buildings as one of the giant lagoons, a wide, dome-like structure that covers more than 4,800 square meters. The crowds will certainly capture the architecture with this place, but the hikers will enjoy the search for the most worthy sites in town.
The Barri del Carme
Located in the old center of the city, a pleasant tourist destination and an ideal place for picnics, from one area to another, where you can see many trendy boutiques and trendy cafes where you can take a break from shopping and drink some of your favorite.
This cathedral dates back nearly 800 years. It is one of the best examples of Spanish architecture in Gothic style in Valencia. Because of the additions and renovations that have taken place over the centuries, with the latest styles such as neo-classical, Renaissance and Baroque are also part of the church and are evidence of a colorful and long history. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the cathedral is the Moroccan-style bell (known as the Micelet). The full sight of Valencia can be seen by people who can climb many of the stairs to the top of this tower.
The La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange)
A group of buildings constructed between 1482 and 1533, in Valencia. It is registered in the World Heritage Site of UNESCO in Europe, No. 782, in 1996.
The market was originally dedicated to the silk trade and was named the “Silk Exchange”, but since then it has been doing business. It is a prominent Gothic masterpiece, reminiscent of the Exchange Hall and the strength and wealth of a large Mediterranean trading city in the fifth and sixteenth centuries.
Playa de Malvarrosa and Playa e Levante o de la arenas beaches
Beach is wide and surprisingly with very fine sand waiting for all who want a sunbathing and swimming. At the same time, you can explore local restaurants, one of which the visitor himself was Ernest Hemingway. The beach name Malvarosa was named after the area where it is located. Earlier this city likes to relax the local bourgeoisie. Today is – one of the busiest airports in all of Valencia. This contributes to a lot of decent restaurants and cafes, which wish to visit and a lot of tourists, come here in Malvarosu. In general, the local establishments are famous for its incredibly delicious seafood and nigro. Malvarosa Beach is famous for its festive events, especially the annual air show.
The name of the beach speaks for itself, for us to ignite the entire film of “battles” on beach sports, the most popular volleyball here. The beach of Las Arenas – the nearest beach of the city center, located between the port of Valencia and the beach that famous for Playa de la Malvarosoy. Along the Las Arenas beach flows an alley, where in the peak season there is a sea of commercial stalls with souvenirs. This is like a popular destination among tourists and residents that people are lacking even at night. This is another local clubs, bars, snack bars, hotel guests or simply wishes to take a walk or sit on the beach.
Playa de Salère
This long distance (6 km) extends from the sandy sandy beach like the most urban beaches in Valencia. Visitors who wish to enjoy warm blue waters in the Mediterranean without the need to look for an open spot at the beach are welcomed down, Saler is the ideal destination. The beach can be reached by public transport in less than 30 minutes from the city center.
Museum of Ceramic
These museums are free to anyone under the age of 18 (or over 65). The value of the ticket for others is 20 €. The museum displays features on the history of ceramics and also contains some of the engraved pottery that is decorated and found anywhere in the world.