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Oceanografic Valencia

Oceanografic is the biggest aquarium on the continent. The attraction is within the City of Arts and Sciences. The complex houses an important marine ecosystem. Explore the diverse marine life and learn more about the species exhibited here.

Central Market (Mercado Central)

Central Market (Mercado Central) is one of the oldest markets still operating in Europe. The landmark is a Heritage of Cultural Interest in Valencia. After few years of rehabilitation processes, the market is now completely renovated.

City of the Arts and Sciences

If you came to Valencia you have to visit the City of the Arts and Sciences. The Architecture of the place and the attractions it encompasses are breathtaking. Just like any other building Santiago Calatrava designed this one is the pearl of the city.

Bioparc Valencia

Founded in 2008 the Bioparc Valencia is an innovative zoo where animals feel like in their natural habitat. The idea was to make the boundaries almost invisible to encourage freedom for the residents fo the zoo. They are not confined in those cages like in many other zoos around the world.

Antiguo Cauce del Rio Turia

Antiguo Cauce del Rio Turia is an urban park in the city of Valencia. It is one of the most visited public parks in Spain. Moreover, it is the biggest urban garden in the country. To discover Further details about the place keep on reading.

Valencia Cathedral

Valencia Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Basilica built in Valencian Gothic style. St. Mary’s Cathedral or the Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia this place of worship is also a top tourist destination in Valencia dating back to 1238.

La Lonja de la Seda

La Lonja de la Seda is a community center in Valencia built in late Valencian Gothic style civil establishment in the city. Besides, it is a major tourist destination and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The structure includes three parts.

North Station

North Station is the main railway station in Valencia. The station is in the city center right next to the Plaza de Toros de Valencia. The Bullring and the Town Hall are around as well. The best way to get here is the 3rd and 5th lines of Metrovalencia.

Plaza de la Virgen

Plaza de la Virgen is a public square just a bit far from Plaza de la Reina. The Cathedral of Valencia and the bell-tower of El Micalet are here. The place is a top tourist destination. Where to find the square? If you come from Plaza de la Reina the narrow little street will lead you to a big structure.

Plaza del Mercado (Placa del Mercat)

Plaza del Mercado (Placa del Mercat) is one of the most iconic squares in Valencia. It is located up north from Placa de Ayuntamiento. The Square is a home to the Mercado central and La Lonja de la Seda; the modernist market halls and the outdoor marketplace shining in eye-catching colors and art.

Playa de la Malvarrosa

Playa de la Malvarrosa is a magnificent landmark in Valencia. This is the place to have that holiday of a lifetime. The vast urban area is a great spot to see the peachy pink Spanish sunset and admire the breathtaking view of the sea.


Miguelete is a symbolic tower us Valencia. The historic structure reached the tops of the Skyline of Valencia. This is a gothic style masterpiece constructed in 14th century. The bell tower has 4 bodies of the same height and the last one of those s the bells hall.

Explore top things to do in Valencia: and more. Visit museums and take a stroll in the city park. Enjoy your afternoon in the iconic landmarks of the city. Here are the top spots to choose from. Find opening hours, reviews, book entry ticket and tours to plan your perfect Valencia trip itinerary.

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