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Valencia City Guide

Squatting on the banks of Turia over the eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula, Valencia is a magnificent city which makes its way to the third most prestigious city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. Known to be a perfect amalgamation of History with tradition sprinkled with culture over the top, the various celebrations and festivals makes this place an ideal one. In 1965, Fallas was proclaimed as ‘Fiestas of National Tourist Interest of Spain’ and an impalpable cultural legacy by UNESCO. 

Valencia       |        Image by  javier alamo from Pixabay

Dating back to 138 BC, Valencia was founded as a Roman colony by Decimus Junius Brutus Callaicus and was referred to as Valentia Edetanorum by the natives. Later, the city adapted the local culture, language and the traditions of Arabs and Moors who introduced the system of irrigation in the city. Contemporarily, the place has gained a lot of visits and following due to the football club that it is home to, After Real Madrid and Barcelona, Valencia FC has the largest number of fan following and attracts a lot of tourist from all around the world. 

 

Streets of Valencia        |        Image by ebroslu from Pixabay 
 

Considered to be the third largest city in Spain, Valencia gives a strong competition to both Madrid and Barcelona when it comes to the tourism rate. The vibrant culture, lively nightlife and thriving ambiance is nothing less than a bliss to witness. The city stood out to its visitors for its innovation, converting the flood-prone river into the magnificent green pairs of park winding amidst the city. Old quarter, the white-sandy beach and the narrow lanes with cobblestoned buildings sun up the beauty of Valencia. 

Best Time To Visit València 

If you are looking for the beat time to visit the city, make sure to book your tickets in the months of March to June. Although Valencia is known for its warm weather and cozy vibes throughout the year, yet if you want to explore the city when the feeling of welcoming the travellers dangles in the air, book your tickets during the summer months for the best experience. 

However, if you do not want to go touch on your wallet and save those extra bucks effortlessly, we advise you to book your tickets in the months of September- November when the weather is nice but the fooding and lodging is cheap. 

 

Valenica Taxi Transfers

A tourist watches the city while a traveller observes it. Trust us, there’s a huge difference in it. Valencia is a compact city that can be explored by foot easily, however if you are visiting for a short period of time, the transportation facilities provided in the city can prove itself to be useful for you. Busses, Taxis, Metros and Trams are numerous modes of transportation that one can opt for. Valencia Airport Taxi price is not only pocket-friendly for a group of people but can be easily afforded by a backpacker as well. 

Bus,Valencia       |        Image by  AmigoDeBusesEMT3 from flickr

Bus

Busses will not only assure the rides of a cheap ride but it also blesses the eyes of the travellers with the minute yet beautiful glimpses of the city that passes by while travelling. It is highly advisable to stay alert while travelling in a bus to explore the city as it will not be displaying the destination which makes it a bit confusing for the travellers to reach the exact place if they are not reasonably independent. The integrated Transport card will allow the travellers to meander around and hover on any public transportation without worrying about the tickets. A single hornet ticket can be bought for 1.50 EUR. Make sure to explore the routes before jumping in a bus. 

 

Metro,Valencia      |        Image by Juan Enrique Gilardi from flickr 
 

Metro

The Metro or subway system is the fastest and the easiest way to travel around from one part of the city to the other. The air conditioning facility and the carriages that are present in the metro makes it an ideal mode for all the comfort seekers out there. 

If you are travelling in a group with your friends and are in the mood for some good music and a serene drive, you can opt for hiring a car. From luxury to comfort, it will provide you all, however, one must be ready to spend comparatively more while opting for a car hire. 

If you are crashing in Valencia for a day or two, you might even like to hop in a tourist bus to explore the most beautiful places to explore in the city without trying too hard. The bus majorly runs to fulfil the purpose of sightseeing. 

There will be numerous parts in the city that you can reach only with the help of a Tram. The single journey fare falls somewhere around 1.50 EUR and takes a blink of an eye to drop you off to another place as soon as you are done observing the first one. 

Taxi

Taxi Service in Valencia is literally the best way to hop off from one sightseeing place to the other without the hassle of wasting time for getting a ticket or worrying about the upcoming station in the bus. Valencia Cabs range from comfortable budget-friendly ones to the luxurious ones. If you are looking for the best taxi company in Valencia, do not forget to check out Rydeu which is known for its excellent services and cheap price, book the taxi in Valencia with Rydeu to avail the best ongoing offers. 

 

Valencia Airport Transfers and Taxis

The airport offers three modes of transport to reach the vibrant city centre. Airport transfers in Valencia are affordable, convenient and time saving if you choose the mode of transportation according to the luggage and destination. 

Airport Metro,Valencia       |       Image by .Robert. Photography from flickr 
 

Bus

Busses will not only assure the rides of a cheap ride but it also blesses the eyes of the travellers with the minute yet beautiful glimpses of the city that passes by while travelling. It is highly advisable to stay alert while travelling in a bus as the stops aren’t displayed on the screen which confuses the travellers a bit. The integrated Transport card will allow the travellers to meander around and hover on any public transportation without worrying about the tickets. A single hornet ticket can be bought for 1.50 EUR and takes approximately 20-30 minutes to reach the city centre. Make sure to explore the routes before jumping in a bus. 

You can even opt to take a metro which will drop you off on the city centre in a comparatively lesser time than a bus. A single journey fare costs somewhere around 4EUR and takes approximately 25 minutes to reach the city centre. You can catch a metro from the ground floor of the regional flight terminal on the Valencia Airport. 

Airport Taxi

Undoubtedly the best, Valencia Airport Taxi will save you from the hassle of changing vehicles as the metro will drop you off at the city centre. Valencia airport taxi price is now affordable with Rydeu, we also provide taxi from Valencia airport to Alicante due to the close proximity of the two cities. Travelling in luxury and comfort is now possible with us, hassle-free Valencia Airport Transfers are now just a tap away. You can reach the city centre from the airport in just 20 minutes without going through any trouble, put on some music, put down the window and enjoy the picturesque surroundings while reaching your destination.

If there were a piece of heaven fallen on to earth, we assure you it’d look something like València. The dreamy seaside setting lines this beautiful city that warmly welcomes a large number of tourists throughout the year. Under the lively sun rays, the palm plazas will make you feel like an angel wandering in heaven. Here are the top places to explore in Valencia recommended by Rydeu- 

Ciudad de las Artes las Ciencas  |  Image by o palsson from flickr 
 

1.Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

On the outskirts of the city is situated this breathtaking cultural and science centre. Regarded as one of the most prominent centres not only in Spain but in the entire Europe, Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias boasts numerous jaw-dropping avant-garde architecture crafted by the renowned architects of Spain, Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela. The place also entertains a lot of exhibitions, workshops and conferences related to science and art. 

Location: 5 Avenida Autopista del Saler, Valencia. 

 

Las Fallas Festival,Valencia       |        Image by keith ellwood from flickr 
 

2. Las Fallas Festival

Fiesta de San José is held every year in March which invites a joyous scene to the city providing a major source of entertainment to the visitors. Fallas are the creative installations that majorly constitute this festival, these large creative floats are made up of papier mâché which dangles in the air and burnt on the last day of this festival. Make sure to pay a visit to the Fallas museum if you want to have a seamless experience at this festival. 

Address: Plaza Monteolivete 4, Valencia

 

 

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