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Valencia, with its nice temperature, invites to attend to any of the multiple leisure options that offers: cinema, theatre, dance, music... that together with bars, cafes, restaurants, dance halls, etc. form a varied leisure offer with alternatives for all sort of tastes and purchasing levels.

Where to go?

How to move around?

Valencia is ideal to move around by bike, thanks to its dimension, its flat ground and its historical centre where the motor vehicles have a limited speed of 30 kilometres per hour. It has over 120 kilometres of bicycle lane and has the old course of the Turia River, a garden that crosses the city centre that you can visit by bike, without rushing and enjoying a mild climate the whole year.

What to visit?

We propose you to visit 10 essentials that you cannot miss:

City of Arts and Sciences, Carmen Neighbourhood and its Palaces, the Mare de Déu Square and the cathedral complex, the Market Place and the Llotja de la Seda, Museums, the Town Hall Square, Marina Reial and the beaches of Valencia, the Natural Park of l’Albufera, Turia Gardens, Bioparc and the Oceanogràfic.

Where to have lunch or diner?

The Valencian gastronomy is varied, natural and traditional. The fruits and vegetables of its fertile Horta, with the fresh fishes and seafoods, are the main ingredients of this exquisite Mediterranean cuisine.

Holidays in Valencia

Consult the holidays in the city of Valencia.

 
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