1. City of the Arts and Sciences
2. Old City Center
3. Turia Garden
The space has become a point of reference for inhabitants and one of the cities its largest green areas. Every day joggers, cyclists and families congregate to enjoy the installations.
A modern, bustling port divides the sea front of Valencia into two main sections. To the north lies an attractive promenade along the most urban and popular beaches: Malvarrosa, Cabañal and Las Arenas. To the south lies Pinedo, El Saler and Devesa.
5. Gastronomy Paradise
Its traditional recipes are prepared using natural ingredients such as olive oil, vegetables, spices, fruit, fresh meat or fish and has come to be known as “the Mediterranean Diet”.
Valencia offers a great variety of museums: National Ceramic Museum, IVAM, The Fine Arts Museum Pio V, Prince Felipe Museum of Science, The Oceanografic, City Museum, La Beneficencia Museum, Almoina Archaeological Museum.
7. Albufera National Park
In the park lies the largest lake in Spain and one of the most important wetland areas in the Iberian Peninsula. It is a place of great ecological interest with rare species of wading birds and a rich variety of wildlife.
An ideal place to enjoy major sporting events : the Formula 1 European Grand Prix, the Global Champions Tour, Moto GP, the Valencia Open and sports such as motorcycling, cycling, tennis, show-jumping, athletics, golf and of course, two first division football clubs: Football Valencia Club and Levante.
9. Huerta de Valencia
The Huerta of Valencia ( Vegetable Garden) covers an area of around 23,000 hectares, forming a green agricultural landscape. A cycle track runs from Valencia through the huerta on the Xurra Green Route over an old railway line where you can discover huge vegetable fields, orange trees, huts and the tiger nut crops.
10. Las Fallas
Valencia city, celebrates each year the final days of the winter and the arrival of spring with spectacular burnt monuments and pyrotechnics. From march 15 to 19 (commemorating Saint Joseph). Valencia is given over to a carnival of bonfires, fiesta, fireworks and a healthy dose of satire known as Las Fallas.