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From the remains of the Roman forum founded by Junius Brutus and now in the Plaza de la Virgen which gave rise to Valencia, to the emblematic Arts and Sciences Centre, the city has transformed its appearance whilst rescuing monuments that are witness to past eras.

Top 11 attractions in Valencia:

Silk market
A UNESCO heritage site is a great gothic civil building in Europe
Central market
A magnificient and beautiful modernist building is considered one of the biggest central markets in Europe.
Cathedral El Miguelete
The cathedral is mixture of styles with baroque, gothic and romanesque styles. It hosts one of the supposed Holy Grail dating from the 1st century.
The Serranos Quart towers
Were part of the wall of the city acting as gateways. Serranos are considered as the largest Gothic style in Europe.
Church of San Juan del Hospital
Is the oldest church in Valencia in romanesque style.
San Pio V Fine Arts Museum
In a baroque building houses works by Valencian painters or El Greco, Velázquez, Murillo and Goya.
National Ceramics Museum
Gonzalez Marti National Ceramics Museum. Is a magnificient 15th century palace in rococo style.
City of the Arts and the Sciences
Is a complex of four magnificient buildings containing a planetarium and IMAX cinema, a science museum, one of the biggest aquarium in Europe and an astonishing opera house.
Malvarrosa beach
Enjoy this 3 kms seafront full of restaurants and bars.
El Carmen quartier El Carmen
Walk thrrough its historic centre, one of the largest in Spain, with approximately 169 acres.
Valencia CF Valencia CF
Enjoy watching a live match between Valencia CF and some of the best teams in La Liga in Mestalla Stadium (55,000 spectators).


Malvarrosa beach: 3 kms of length and situated in the city of Valencia itself. Its is perfectly clean and in perfect condition, with lots of restaurants and excellent connection to the city center.
Albufera lake Nature Reserve Declared Special Bird Protection Area (ZEPA). The Albufera lake has an approximate diameter of six kilometres and has canals which are connected to the sea and can be controlled by floodgates to modify the volume of water in the lake. Rice farming is the main activity of the local inhabitants. Boat trips are possible in the lake.
Turia Gardens: due to flooding in 1957 the original river was diverted and the riverbed converted in a 9 kilometres garden throught the heart of the city, prepared for leisure activities. Bioparc (animals zoo) or City of Arts and Sciences are there.