Valencia has a mix of old and new buildings, giving it a feel all its own. From castles and medieval towers to modernist and art deco architecture, small stores and large shopping malls, Valencia has it all. And, of course, there are also excellent restaurants to sample its famous “paella”.
This city is full of surprises! Did you know, for example, that Valencia has the largest urban city park in Europe? The famous Turia Park, which used to be a river, is just one of Valencia’s five public parks. And did you know that the Holy Grail, the cup from which Jesus was supposed to have drunk at the Last Supper, is said to be kept in the cathedral in the center of Valencia?
The tour of the “City of Arts and Sciences” in Valencia is highly recommended for anyone visiting the city for the first time. But there is more… Valencia’s central market is unique and worth a visit. The Fallas festival in March is by far the most unique, noisy and spectacular event you can see in a city. One of the most beautiful squares in Valencia is the Plaza de la Reina, located in the old town.
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