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Often overlooked in favour of Barcelona, Valencia is a rich cocktail of impressive architecture, lively streets and nightlife, with a refreshing lack of tourists. Here, you can drink horchata (a traditional drink made from tiger nuts, sugar and crushed ice) and eat paella – Valencia is Spain’s rice-growing centre, and paella was invented here. A wander through the old quarter reveals a Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance heritage. To slow down to the laid-back pace of this seaside town, visit the sandy beach where in late June the year’s longest day is marked by fireworks, street parties and bonfires on the beach..
An entertainment-based cultural complex that is modern and architecturally designed. Being highly interactive, it provides an endless capacity to entertain and simulate the mind, as you get to know different aspects of science, technology, nature and art.
See the many sights of this city in your own time with a 24 hour hop on hop off bus ticket with English commentary. From Plaza de la Reina - the heart of the city – to the new City of Arts and Sciences complex in the south, see all the major sights.
Take a 3 hour guided bike tour of the sights including the Old City and the Turia Gardens, a former river bed converted into lush gardens.
Learn how to make Valencia’s signature dish with a hands-on paella cooking lesson in a traditional farmhouse. A Spanish chef will show you the secrets behind this famous rice and seafood dish in a surrounding landscape of orange trees and rice paddies.
Meander through narrow streets and admire Valencia’s architecture as you learn about the city’s history and culture from your guide, stopping at three tapas bars to sample classic Spanish tapas and refresh with beer, wine or vermouth.
Follow a food-loving guide through a movable feast including jamón, horchata, artisan chocolates, tapas and Spanish wine.
Enjoy an alternative perspective of Valencia’s skyline while sipping a glass of sparkling wine. Admire secluded beaches and the dramatic silhouette of Mt Penagolosa as the sun begins to sink into the sea. Disembark at Playa de las Arenas beach to enjoy a traditional Spanish meal of tapas and paella.
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