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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, 2 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 3 years 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, 4 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, 5 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, 5 years ago
  • Benidorm

    We arrived around lunch time in Benidorm, bus from Valencia, where we landed. After a few purchases at the Mercadona, a market very ok from the point of view of diversity and the price, I took a walk to the hotel-not knowing that there's a bus that can be taken right...

    0 by Patricia, 7 years ago
  • City of science

    On the website of Senatibikes, you can find the best tours to see the nicest places of Valencia. This is the ´city of science tour´. You´re going through the river and past many sights seeings. It´s the best way to discover the city! The Torres de Serranos bridge...

    0 by marco, 7 years ago
  • Clue Hunter Valencia

    Clue Hunter is a new simple and fun live escape game, designed for small groups of 2-5 people. You get 60 minutes to climb a mountain of puzzles and brain Teasers in a mystery room. The goal is simple yet challenging: solve the mystery in time! During this engaging and...

    0 by Víctor, 7 years ago

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