Exploring Valencia,
architecture, shopping and tapas



Walking through Valencia’s historic district:

You will have a great time in Valencia’s historic district. The old quarter is full of cultural activities and historic heritage buildings to be discovered: the “Micalet” Cathedral bell tower, Plaza de la Virgen and the Serranos’ towers are some of the best spots in Valencia. As for the gastronomy, in the historic district you will find the top restaurants to enjoy local meals: paella, tapas, seafood… Delightful for every taste.

Visit the Europe largest aquarium

Tempted by a dive in the City of Arts and Sciences? Let’s go! Here we are at 1000 leagues under the sea level. The Oceanographic Museum of Valencia will lead you to a fascinating submarine universe. And then, if you want to see something else than fishes, our suggestion is the Príncipe Felipe Museum: a science challenge for all brains!

Stroll along Bioparc: a zoo of more than one hundred thousand square meters

Located near the Turia River, bordered along with walking and cycling pathways, Bioparc is the perfect place to have a great day with your family. Opened in 2008, this 10 hectares zoo will lead you to discover the Africa fauna: you will be able to approach lemurs, observe how elephants have a bath and see the aerial dance of the birds show.

Make the most of Valencia’s exceptional temperatures and beaches all along the year

In Valencia you will find many kilometres of white sand beaches, turquoise sea reflections and an unbelievable amount of sunshine hours per year. If you like to party, take the direction to the Malvarrosa beach, where nightlife goes non-stop. If you prefer nature getaways to the beach, take the way to El Saler beach, where you will be able to discover the Albufera Natural Park and its protected surroundings.