Spain's third-largest city, Valencia basks on the Mediterranean coast south of Barcelona. Amid rugged mountains and glorious orange groves, the city boasts impressive futuristic architecture, neon-lit fountains, a colorful old town and a bustling beach.
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Things to do in Valencia
- Visit the City of Arts and Sciences
This area in the centre of Valencia contains a planetarium, science museum, botanical garden, opera house and the largest aquarium in Europe.
- Browse the stalls of the Mercardo Market
Located in the Old Quarter of the city is one of the largest and most beautiful markets in Spain.
- Take time out on the beach
Journey 15 minutes out of the city centre to relax on the white sandy beaches of Las Arenas and La Malvarrosa.
- See the Holy Grail
Visit the Cathedral of Valencia located in Plaza de la Reina and see the Holy Chalice of Valencia, the very sacred Holy Grail.
- Climb El Micalet
El Micalet is the bell-tower attached to the Cathedral of Valencia, climb the 207 steps inside and be rewarded with fantastic views.