When visiting Valencia, you should not miss the opportunity to visit the largest cultural and entertainment complex in Europe and admire these futuristic works. In this place you can really enjoy the combination of art, science and nature.The City of Arts and Sciences complex was built in
The Valencia Oceanogràfic is one of the largest oceanariums in Europe. The park is divided into 10 different sections, which represent different ecosystems. It has a space of about 110,000 square meters, with a total volume of water in all aquariums - 42 million liters, which are ho
In 2008, the Valencia Biopark was inaugurated. This zoo is not ordinary like its kind. People and animals are not separated by crystals and barriers, but by ponds, plants, and rocks, making visitors feel as if they are immersed in animal habitat. Everything in the biopark is done so that t
The historic center of Valencia is partially delimited by the old Turia river bed, Guillem de Castro boulevard and Xativa and Colón streets. Its area is small, approximately a couple of square kilometers. The Historical Center of Valencia has several interesting sites such as the Pl
The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, designed by Santiago Calatrava, houses one of the most important artistic and cultural centers in the world and is internationally recognized for its architectural relevance. It has been designed as a comprehensive cultural center, serving as a sta
The City Museum exhibits sculptures and paintings by Valencian masters, as well as engravings, coins, and medals. The museum is located in the former Palace of the Counts of Berbedel. Part of the city's historical wealth is found here.
In 1840, the mansion was purchased by the M
On the western edge of the Mediterranean is the sprawling city of Valencia. As the third most populous city in Spain, it has a lot to offer.Unfortunately, deciding where to stay in Valencia is not easy. In case you stay in the wrong area, you may have difficulties getting to some parts o
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