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  • The Churra Way and the Augusta Way

    Valencia and its cycling routes In this post I am going to talk about Valencia and possibly one of the best known bike paths, the Churra Way and its "sister path", the Augusta Way. Although I love hiking trails, I have already talked about several of them, such as the...

    0 by Harriet, in What to see Valencia, 15 days ago
  • Ateneo Sky Bar Restaurant

    I have been in Valencia for 4 months now. Enough time to have located the best places for certain requirements. It never took me long to find where to go and how to get there as Valencia is pretty small and there’s so much to see, but you can do this in a few...

    0 by Sophie, in What to do Valencia, 10 months ago
  • Albufera route through the beaches of Valencia

    Let's continue once again exploring new places! On this occasion, one of the best routes I know is the walk to get to Albufera in Valencia. In this article I am not going to explain Albufera in detail, but rather one of the routes you can take in order to get there,...

    0 by Kate, in What to see Valencia, 11 months ago
  • María Mandiles

    Valencia is a small, very calm city and has lots of things to see. When it comes to food, I have found one of my favourite eateries in the city centre. On my first day here, I came across the beautiful María Mandiles restaurant a little after having visited Las Torres...

    0 by Lottie, in Where to eat Valencia, one year ago
  • Món Orxata

    Because the palate must also be spoilt... One of the experiences that you absolutely cannot miss out on whilst in Valencia is trying natural Valencian tiger nut water (which is both lactose and gluten free), preferably from Món Orxata, which can be found being handed...

    0 by Lottie, in Where to eat Valencia, one year ago
  • Jardín del Turia

    One of the things that I love about Spain is seeing the way in which their citizens can construct something that's both useful and environmentally-friendly, as well as being of cultural interest, from something that was either in ruins or inhabitable. An example of...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Valencia, one year ago
  • Plaza Mayor

    The Plaza Mayor in Salamanca is one of the city’s main tourist attractions, thanks to its Baroque-style architecture. This tourist hotspot is an absolute must-see - you cannot miss out on seeing it! If you have already visited Madrid’s very own Plaza Mayor, you will...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Valencia, one year ago
  • The Riverbed of the River Turia

    This beautiful park used to be a river than ran through the city. It is now an ideal area to take a break and go to chill, with lots of water installations and shady green areas, or sunbathing spots if you fancy somewhere quieter than the beach. There are several parks...

    0 by Itxaso, in What to see Valencia, one year ago
  • l'Umbracle

    Science centre and botanic garden by day, club by night. By day this is the main sight to see in Valencia. It is formed by a few giant white, modern structures that look very arty and statue-esque, with a few pools in between them. The botanic gardens are really pretty,...

    0 by Itxaso, in Erasmus party Valencia, one year ago
  • Valencia Cathedral

    Valencia Cathedral is one of the city's main attractions: I would categorise it as being a 'must-see' when you come to visit this beautiful city. The cathedral is located right in the heart of the historic city centre, very close to Plaça de la Reina (Plaza de la...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Valencia, one year ago
  • The City of Arts and Sciences

    One of the main attractions, and reasons why lots of people want to come to Valencia, is the impressive architectural complex of the City of Arts and Sciences, or Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, in Catalan. It's important to mention that, although the official...

    0 by Lottie, in What to see Valencia, one year ago
  • 'Neco'. Mediterranean all-you-can-eat buffet

    'Neco' is a chain of all-you-can-eat restaurants in Valencia. Varied cuisine, homemade and Mediterranean for you to enjoy at your own pace. In 'Neco' you will be able to taste a huge variety of dishes of the Mediterranean gastronomy... Paella, rice, soup, salads, cold...

    0 by Desi, in Where to eat Valencia, one year ago
  • Xiao II

    I like a lot Chinese food, so my friends and I went many times to this restaurant which was close to my house. There is an all-you-can-eat buffet everyday and I think it's the cheapest Chinese restaurant I've seen -in Valencia and in general. The buffet costs 6€, 7€...

    0 by Desi, in Where to eat Valencia, one year ago
  • The Valencian Fallas

    On a rainy Thursday during the month of March, it was time to go to the most famous festival of Valencia: 'las Fallas'! We quickly realised the scale of the event which was yet to be known to us on this day: the sounds of fireworks, the streets jam-packed with people...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Valencia, 2 years ago
  • Oceanográfic

    Situated in the City of Arts and Sciences, this space was a real discovery. Firstly, the place is made exceptional by the architecture of the exterior white buildings, designed by Felix Candela; as well as the surrounding water basins. The museum that precedes Europe's...

    0 by Beth, in What to do Valencia, 2 years ago
  • Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

    It is probably one of the best places in the world, where you can appreciate the mix of big architectonic pieces, and the culture of the country, and it's nature.

    0 by Michela, in What to see Valencia, 2 years ago
  • Mescafe

    The first time that I went to Mescafe was the night before Christmas. There were many people and it felt like a club, but only because we had gone after midnight. Because we liked the atmosphere so much we decided to visit it again the next day. If you go to Mescafe in...

    0 by Helena, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Valencia, 2 years ago
  • La Pepica

    Do you like paella? Have you tried the best paella in Spain? Before I ate in this famous restaurant on Malvarrosa beach in Valencia, I was naive enough to believe that no paella could ever be better than my mum's, but after eating here, I realised I was wrong (though my...

    0 by Helen, in Where to eat Valencia, 3 years ago
  • From Albufera to Perellonet and the beaches of Sueca

    Once again I'm going to talk about another new route in Valencia, I have already talked about some in my other articles but Valencia is lucky enough to have long paths with good bicycle tracks, perfect for cyclists but also great for walkers. So you should do the route...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Valencia, 3 years ago
  • Playa de la Malvarrosa

    La Malva Rosa, or Platja La Malvarrosa in Catalan, is one of the most popular beaches in Valencia due to its close proximity to the city and accessibility. Los Poblados´s maritime port is close and visible from the beach, where the ferries to Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza...

    0 by Helen, in Where to sleep Valencia, 3 years ago

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