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Valencia is a delightful city that is really worth visiting. It is the third more important and populated Spanish city (population of 810.064). Valencia is renowned for its Fallas, for its original of paella, and of course for the colossal architectural project of Santiago Calatrava: The City of Arts and Sciences.
REASONS TO GO
Valencia is for certain one of the most vibrant cities in Spain
Top architecture works by Santiago Calatrava
Paella was born here – you have to try this tasteful rice dish
Don’t even try to visit the museums on Mondays. They are all closed.
Valencia is located on the Mediterranean between Barcelona and Madrid. On the northern part of the city are located de resorts of Costa del Azahar and on the south is the natural reserve of Albufera and Costa Brava beaches.
The largest square is the Plaça de l'Ajuntament, with the Town Hall, and a big sort of restaurants and bars.
The Basilica of the Virgin and the Turia fountain are to be found on another popular square - the Plaça de la Verge. Next to this, is located the Plaza de la Reina where stands the majestic Cathedral.
In Valencia there are many parks and botanical gardens, including the Real and the Monforte.
BEST TIME TO GO
There’s always a good reason to visit this city throughout the all year.
In summer gets particularly hot, with temperatures rising to 30ºC and perfect to go to the beautiful beaches.
In the autumn months the city is very lively as temperatures are still very pleasant. Spring is a great time to travel to Valencia: The cafes and restaurants are on the streets again and it’s also the time for the popular annual festival of Fallas de San Jose (www.fallasfestival.com).
A good option is the metro (www.metrovalencia.com) that runs directly to the centre every 8 minutes (taking 20 minutes) and connects the Airport to the principal train station, Estación Del Norte.
The Metro Valencia has five lines (one of them is a tramway to the beach) with connections to the suburbs and to the most important attractions within the city. A one way ticket costs €1.40. There are also many buses (www.emtvalencia.es) to take you around.