It's a fantastic idea to visit Valencia, there are a large number of things to do and see whether you are alone, a couple or a large group. We only wish to offer a few suggestions of what to do in Valencia but rather just provide guidance and offer advice on what is there. Like any city, there are good places and bad places to visit and if this visit is your first to Valencia or if you are a seasoned visitor, there is always something new to see or do. It is often an idea to have a rough plan of places you wish to visit, and Valencia has a number of really interesting experiences that you will remember for a long time.
While you are in Valencia a number of great attractions exist that should make up part of your trip. The esteemed Valencia area of Spain has visitor attractions which you could know and maybe others that are not known to people from outside the area of Valencia we have put together a Top 10 list to help you:
1. Antiguo Cauce del Rio Turia
2. Bioparc Valencia
3. Guadalest Valley
4. Central Market (Mercado Central)
6. Lladro Factory
7. Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas
8. City of the Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias)
9. Parque Natural de Penyal D'Ifach
10. MARQ Provincial Archaeological Museum
These are a simple starting point if you have a good travel guide and map you can expand on these and if you schedule enough time in Valencia. You will surely discover an array of interesting attractions and locations in the Valencia vicinity of Spain.
Valencia is a pretty simple place to get around, once you have an eye for the place and you are familiar with a couple of landmarks it should become pretty simple. You can discoverer a lot of the area on foot but make sure you stick to places you know after dark. If you wish to traverse greater distances across Valencia there are a number of transport options. Valencia has a five line metro system called Metrovalencia, it's lines intersect in the city certre and travel out into the suburbs and Valencia Airport. There is a good, reliable bus network where passes can be bought to cover you for multiple journeys. There is also the alternative to use Valencia Taxis, where the driver can offer up local knowledge. What ever method you use to explore Valencia make sure you see as much of the city as your can.
If you plan to stay in Valencia more than one night you will be looking for a place to sleep. Valencia has a wide range of places to bed down these consist of hotels at the high end of the star range to lower end hotels, bed and breakfasts and hostels. If you are visiting the city on business ensure the hotel you decide to select has facilities to suit you and is OK for your needs as the roads in Valencia can result in problems at certain times of the day. If you are seeking out more luxury accommodation there is a selection of top chain and independent hotels. Valencia also offers a good selection of lower star hotels that offer basic but suitable facilities for travellers. If you are visiting on a small budget there is a number of guest houses and hotels in the area which are a fine place to sleep overnight. Whatever accommodation type you select in Valencia try and make time to see if any bargains exists on a wide array of travel web sites, often these are out of season or when a home sports team isn't playing a game.
1. Hotel Sorolla Centro
2. Hotel Las Arenas Balnerario Resort
3. The Westin Valencia
4. Hotel Melia Valencia
5. Caro Hotel
A wide number of venues are available to dine at in Valencia, the sites where you select to eat at will be reflected by your budget. There are a high number of great low cost venues that provide Spanish menus that don't break the bank. If the restaurant type you are looking for is of the high end there are a number of these, but be sure to have a prior reservation and ensure that your follow the dress code if there is one. If you want fast food there is regular names like Burger King exist, but if you are on the trail for something more real you should try asking a local or a taxi driver where they suggest. Part and parcel of visiting a city is to enjoy everything about it, including it's food There is a wide variety of places to dine in Valencia. whether that is a café, a fine restaurant or food from a street vendor. You should check local newspapers for offers and try something that you have never had before.
2. El Pederniz
4. Kiaora Biococina
5. Mood Food Restaurant
Valencia is a great place for shopping, there are some great areas of the city where you can buy fantastic items and gifts. Valencia has a wide array of top end boutiques and shops, for those interested in buying clothes. It also has familiar chain stores, here you can buy fashions at lower prices. If you have an eye for saving money, Valencia has a number of stalls and markets where you will be able to find big savings on clothes and gifts. Like a lot of cities, Valencia has a number of Shopping Centres with countless shops. There is also a number of specialist shops that offer items with a twist unique to Valencia
Calle Colón - Shopping Mall / Shops / Restaurants
Plaza Merced - Popular Shopping Area With Gift And Novelty Shops
El Corte Inglés - Popular Shopping Street / Famous Chain Stores
Calle Poeta Querol - Trendy Shopping Area - Funky Shops and Outlets
Mercado Central - Market Area
If you are getting to grips with a new city like Valencia it is good practice to have some inside knowledge. Here are a few that could prove useful.
Region: Community of Valencia
International Dialing Code: 34
Valencia Coordinates: 39.4767° N, 0.3744° W
Altitude: 15 m (49 ft)
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Valencia Time Zone: CET (UTC+1)
City Population: 809,267
Metro Population: 1.7 million
Temperature High In 85.3°F / 29.6°C
Temperature Low In 44.6°F / 7.0 °C