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TOP 10 REASONS TO VISIT VALENCIA IN 2017

TOP 10 REASONS TO VISIT VALENCIA IN 2017

Valencia is one of the most vibrant short break destinations in Europe, and with new direct flights from the UK starting in 2017, it will also be more accessible.  Easyjet will add direct flights from London Luton from 3 February and Ryanair will start flying to Valencia from Glasgow on 27...
CHRISTMAS IN VALENCIA

CHRISTMAS IN VALENCIA

With less than one month to go until Christmas, festive anticipation is starting to build in Valencia. The city has many fun-packed themed events, festivals and good, old-fashioned traditions on offer – here are ten to whet your appetite.
CULTURAL JOURNEYS THROUGH VALENCIA

CULTURAL JOURNEYS THROUGH VALENCIA

An emblematic range of routes explore the city’s rich heritage

 A series of cultural programs will bring Valencia’s vibrant history and culture alive with fascinating insights and visits to famous archaeological sites, including those that were significant on the Silk Route.
EVERYONE'S A GOOD SPORT IN VALENCIA

EVERYONE'S A GOOD SPORT IN VALENCIA

This autumn brings world-renowned sports events to the city

During October and November, Valencia will welcome athletes and sports fans from across the globe to a number of high profile events, including the 34th Full Marathon, 25th annual Half Marathon and the star-studded Valencia Open 500 tennis tournament.
VALENCIA CITY TOURISM REPORTS BEST EVER HALF-YEAR RESULTS

VALENCIA CITY TOURISM REPORTS BEST EVER HALF-YEAR RESULTS

Over 1.9 million overnight stays between January and June – an increase of 3% compared to 2014, due to the 8% upturn in domestic tourism and the high performance of international markets.
Food, glorious food

Food, glorious food


Valencia is a diverse city with so much to offer, making it ideal for culture lovers, beach bunnies and those looking for a long weekend in a vibrant city
THE "TERRACING" SUMMER

THE "TERRACING" SUMMER

The summer in Valencia has many advantages, is that this city combines the gastronomic playeros plans in some of the best terraces in the Mediterranean. From the Marina Real Juan Carlos I to Malvarrosa Beach can enjoy a delicious meal at the Panorama restaurant and feel suspended over the sea...
BRUNCH LANDS IN VALENCIA

BRUNCH LANDS IN VALENCIA

Waking the weekend a little later than usual and enjoy the delights of a good breakfast with food dyes, it is what we now call "Brunch" and so fashionable girls put a known American series. Well, this kind of lunch-food has also arrived to Valencia and step hard.
Put Your Best Foot Forward

Put Your Best Foot Forward

The Third Annual Valencia Night Run Is Fast Approaching

The countdown has begun and there are just 52 days to go until the city hosts the third annual 15-kilometre night run. This year, the highly anticipated event will take place on Saturday 13 June, with a new and improved circuit starting at the Avenida del Puerto, traversing the city’s main...
Fantastic Fallas: The Festival with a difference

Fantastic Fallas: The Festival with a difference

Giant puppets, Hollywood A-listers and a fireworks extravaganza

Valencia’s biggest and most eagerly anticipated festival will come to the city in March in a explosion of colour, parades and fireworks. Las Fallas will run from the 15th to the 19th of next month with the ninots taking centre stage.
VALENCIA CELEBRATES  THE HOLY GRAIL JUBILEE

VALENCIA CELEBRATES THE HOLY GRAIL JUBILEE

Sometimes the greatest treasures are kept in discrete locations without fanfare, and the Chapel of the Holy Grail in Valencia Cathedral is one such place. Since 1916, this tucked away and quiet Chapel has carefully held one of the most admired and acclaimed relics of the Catholic Church - the...

Christmas - Valencia style

Over the Christmas season Valencia is filled with decorations and lights to fill the locals and tourists alike with festive cheer. From traditional Christmas Markets to carol recitals in the Mercado de Colón and Calle Don Juan de Austria, nativity scenes and special events for children;...

Fishy festivities

This month, Valencia’s Oceanogràfic is celebrating! In honour of the 15 million visitors who have passed through its doors since the opening in 2003, we’ve got 15 reasons why the Oceanogràfic is so fantastic...

Discover the products of Valencia on the Rice, Wine and Horchata Trails

Valencia (www.visitvalencia.com) is renowned for its history, iconic attractions such as the impressive City of Arts and Sciences and fabulous beaches, but also for its gastronomy. Rice, wine and the popular Spanish drink of ‘horchata’ made from tiger nuts are all typical of the...

Year Round Festivities in Valencia

Las Fallas – March 2014 Maritime Holy Week Our Lady of the Forsaken Festival – May Valencia’s July Fair La Tomatina food fight festival 28 August 9th October Christmas in Valencia Christmas is for Children

Authentic Culture in Valencia

Valencia is still a relatively undiscovered city by the British who have favoured Barcelona and Madrid as city break destinations, or headed to the Costas for summer holidays. Valencia however does both city and beach very well and with its own unique culture and style it is well worth a visit in...

Experience the Valencia way of life

Valencia is a year-round destination with attractions, activities and sightseeing to suit all tastes, whether you are interested in history and culture, relaxing by the beach, gastronomy and fine dining or hanging out with the locals at one of the many festivals the city hosts. The weather...

What’s on in Valencia - October to December 2013

The Valencia Open 500 - 19 October to 27 October 2013 MotoGP Grand Prix Final - 8 November to 10 November 2013 Valencia Restaurant Week 8 - 17 November Valencia Marathon - 17 November The Nutcracker at the Teatro...

Valencia featured again in Lonely Planet’s top 10 cities with best beaches

For the second year running, this prestigious and popular travel guide recommends the city to its readers, after including Valencia in its annual list of destinations for 2011, this year the city also features in the top selection of beaches.

Valencia Restaurant Week 8th to 17th November 2013 Eat lunch for €20 or dinner for €30 at some of the city’s top restaurants

Food and wine is a big draw for holidaymakers to Valencia and there are over 1,700 restaurants to choose from. The twice-yearly restaurant week is a great excuse for a city break and the chance to experience some of the amazing restaurants the city offers at great value prices.
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