Valencia

Valencia Attractions

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Admiral’s Baths (Baños Arabes del Almirante)

Several hundreds of years ago, the city of Valencia – and much of the Iberian Peninsula, really – was under Muslim control. While most remnants of those times ...  Read more

Barrio del Carmen

Situated in the ciutat vella, or old town, Valencia’s Barrio del Carmen is in many ways where you’ll encounter the soul of the Spanish coastal city. Once ...  Read more

Bioparc Valencia

You may have been to the zoo, but you probably haven’t been to this kind of zoo. Bioparc Valencia prides itself on offering what they call zoo-imersion, a ...  Read more

House of San Vicente Ferrer

Cities and regions across Spain have their own patron saints. In Valencia, one of those saints is none other than San Vicente Ferrer, who was born in this ...  Read more

Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM)

Contemporary international and Spanish art are showcased at Valencia’s renowned Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno (IVAM). Educational courses, ...  Read more

Lladró Museum

Perhaps you may be familiar with Lladró and its porcelain figurines. The fragile pieces typically depict people, and especially women, who are often ...  Read more

Monastery of San Miguel de los Reyes (National Library of Valencia)

A trip to the library has surely never been as interesting as it will be on a visit to the National Library of Valencia. That’s because this biblioteca is ...  Read more

Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia (Museum of Fine Arts)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Valencia’s fine arts museum, the Museo de Bellas Artes, is one of the finest in Spain. Lovers of Spanish art will swoon over the works by El Greco, Goya, ...  Read more

Museum of Las Fallas

For one week in May every year, Valencia’s streets turn into a gallery of giant, often cartoon-like sculptures. Come the end of the week, these colorful ...  Read more

Plaza Ayuntamiento

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

The grand Plaza Ayuntamiento is one of Valencia’s three main squares. The stunning plaza has a fountain and patch of grass at its heart, and is flanked by ...  Read more

Plaza de la Reina

Plaza de la Reina isn’t particularly old: it dates back to only 1878, when a triangular block of buildings was destroyed to make room for a large main square. ...  Read more

Royal Gardens

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

In Valencia, there’s still more botanical wonderland to be discovered beyond just the Turia Riverbed Gardens: only steps away, you’ll also want to visit the ...  Read more

Silk Exchange (La Lonja de la Seda)

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

During the 15th century, Valencia reached the height of its success as one of Europe’s most important mercantile cities. So come the end of that century, it ...  Read more

Torres de Quart

Once upon a time, Valencia had four gates that allowed for passage through its medieval wall. Come the 19th century, the city needed to grow, so that stony ...  Read more

Torres de Serranos

4 star rating: Recommended 59 Reviews

The twin-towered stone gates of the Torres de Serranos are all that remains of Valencia’s original city walls. The imposing 14th century gates were the ...  Read more

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