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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.
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.
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.
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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.
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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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Designed by Félix Candela, this striking architecture sways the mind of its visitors in the beat possible way. Known to be one of the largest aquariums in Europe, Oceanogràfic Valencia features more than 500 unique aqua creatures through the different towers. Adventure lovers can quench their adrenaline thirst by getting near the blue whales, sea lion, sea turtle and the cute dolphins. The visitors can also experience a rare event of dining under water amidst the sea in an aquarium restaurant.Address: Autopista del Saler 5, Valencia
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Parroquia de San Nicolás de Pedro Mártir
Dating back to the 13th century, this church is dedicated to St. Nicholas of Bari and St. Peter the Martyr and is considered to be one of the most magnificent churches in the entire Europe. With jaw-dropping baroque architecture on the inside and decorated in the gothic style in the late 15th century, this church is seen to host a lot of visitors throughout the year. Antonio Palomino covers the major part of this church with his unique frescos and the gilded carvings. Parroquia de San Nicolás de Bari y San Pedro Mártir is regarded to be a perfect amalgamation of gothic style in baroque architecture.Address: Carrer dels Cavallers 35, Valencia
Nature lovers will feel like landing on to heaven after visiting this picturesque surrounding filled with the scenic views of the animals and the greenery. One can even feel like being transported to Africa due to the rich nature-friendly view that this place provides. Lion, giraffe, deer, antelope, you can get to watch them all after paying a visit to this Biopark.Address: Avda. Pío Baroja, 3, Valencia
Nestled over the River Manzanares, Madrid is known to be the capital of Spain. Named as the second largest city due to the huge population that it embraces, the city is a hub for all the football fans all around the world and entertains a huge crowd throughout the year. There are places that are so beautiful that words fall short while describing them and Madrid is one of those places, a perfect amalgamation of culture, adventure, food and history, this alluring city must be on every traveller’s list. Home to one of the oldest football clubs in the world, Madrid is a city that never fails to surprise its visitors with an array of options. History is the witness of some of the finest art and architecture that Madrid has featured along with showering its love and nurturing the unique artist Goya and Velázquez that have helped in gaining the popularity that this vibrant city currently holds.
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Guadalest, also known as El Castell de Guadalest is a Valencian town situated in the mountain region of comarca of Marina Baixa. The Guadalest reservoir is one of the most significant tourist attracting places in the city, the crystal green water flowing through the huge pebbles never fails to amaze the visitors with its jaw-dropping views. Adventure lovers can take a swim into the green water and explore the city at its best, however it is advisable not to take your little ones in the reservoir for swimming due to the density it poses. Regarded to be an avatar for heaven, it is highly advisable for all the tourists visiting Alicante to pay a visit to this village.
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Dramatically dangling over the magical river George, Cuenca is a cozy city tucked in the eastern part of Spain, right in the heart of the country. The rustic old town with the gothic ruins and the old churches will just blow your minds away. Declared by a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this city provides an iconic view if you want to travel back in time to explore the raw beauty of the country. Art lovers and history seekers make sure to explore the city, the various festivals and art fares are worth giving a visit. The city was founded in the year 1557 the city contemporarily hosts a huge number of tourists due to the unique view it provides.
Albufera also known as L'Albufera de València is a freshwater lagoon situated in the Valentina community in the eastern part of Spain. The natural flora and fauna that thrives in the city has the power to sway you with its ethereal beauty that it is naturally blessed with. Nature lovers can lose themselves amidst the nature and explore the rare sight of the magnificent animals wandering around.
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Known to birth the largest Moorish castle placed over the rocky crag that is overlooking the entire city. Dating back to the 11th and 12th centuries in which the city was found, it is known to be one of the most visited places in Spain due to the immense serenity that it provides, the archaeological museum, the gothic ruins and Roman artefacts are some of the things that will blow your mind away.
Also referred to as Xàbia, Javea is a small coastal town squatted on the Marina Alta in Alicante Province. Due to the serene view that it gives off to its visitors, it has now become the most preferred tourist destination in Spain and the major economy is made through the hoteliers that host the tourists. Known for its seafood and mouth drooling local cuisine, Javea deserves a visit from every traveler that is traveling to Valencia.
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Water is regarded to be of the primary most important thing in Muslim culture and in the village of Montanejos is situated numerous springs that blesses the travellers with a soothing and rejuvenating experience that one can get. With a view of the proud raw walls with cobblestones streets, the traveller can land amidst the relaxing hot bath. It is highly advisable to take a day trip to this village to experience the beauty of the country in a rare form.
Situated at a distance of 30 km in the northern part of Valencia, Sagunto is a city with a laid back view and a perfect amalgamation of the history and rich culture of the country. The city is renowned for its rustic Saguntum which played a major part in the Second Punic War fought between the Romans and the Carthaginians. Take a day trip to learn about the rare facts of the place, book a ride with Rydeu for the best experience.
Party people, get your summer body ready as you will not only show off that well built body in Ibiza’s sunny beaches. Known for the white sandy beaches with serene coastlines, Port Saplaya is a beach that has made its place in the hearts of the visitors like none other. Also referred to by the name little Venice, one can enjoy adventurous activities like Kayaking, wandering around the narrow road with their loved ones and strolling through the local shops to buy cute souvenirs from.