What to do in Valencia Travel Guide


The third-largest city in Spain behind Barcelona and ahead of Seville, Valencia offers a kaleidoscope of authentic Spanish experiences and laid back Mediterranean lifestyle.

From basking in the sun at one of the many beaches to exploring famous attractions there are plenty of things to do in Valencia. Pack your travel beach towel and gear up for a fabulous time in Valencia.

Discover the City of the Arts and Sciences

Explore the wonders of space at the planetarium and IMAX theatre. Or take a walk through L’Umbracle, a spectacular garden of sculptures and native plant species.

Check Out Valencia Cathedral

The Catedral de Santa Maria is an iconic Valencian attraction as is the Plaza de la Virgen outside. The gorgeous Gothic cathedral is home to famous religious icons and works of art.

Peruse the Central Market

Take a peek into the life of locals while treating yourself to Spanish delicacies. The central market is a famous Valencian attraction and a great place to discover authentic Valencian cuisine.

Visit La Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange)

You can explore the opulent interior of the 16th-century market, including the main hall with its impressive sky-high columns and the peaceful courtyard filled with fragrant orange trees.

Feast on Paella

The famous dish gets its name from the large pan it is cooked and served in. All the ingredients are local, including the rice and saffron, grown on the outskirts of the city.

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