5/5 - Excellent
Verified travellerJan 18, 2020
Forgot to say, don't miss the Silk Exchange and do get the audioguide.
4.5/5Wonderful!(114 area reviews)
Valencia City Centre is highly notable for its popular shops, and you might want to visit top sights like Central Market and Plaza de la Reina. See more of Valencia by jumping on the metro at Angel Guimera Station or Xativa Station.
4.5/5Wonderful!(13 area reviews)
Known for its beaches and abundant dining options, there's plenty to explore in Camins al Grau. Top attractions like Aqua Shopping Center and Turia Gardens are major draws, and you can catch the metro at Ayora Station or Maritim-Serreria Station to see more of the city.
4/5Very Good!(6 area reviews)
Consider exploring the abundant dining options in Benicalap. If sightseeing is on the list, Dama Iberica Sculpture is a top attraction. Hop on the metro at Beniferri Station or Campanar-La Fe Station to see more of the area.
Reviewed on Mar. 14, 2020
Reviewed on Mar. 11, 2020
Watch an opera performance, visit an interactive science museum and spot 500 species of marine life at this multipurpose cultural and entertainment complex.
Swim in the warm Mediterranean Sea, stroll along the promenade and dine along the waterfront at one of Valencia’s most popular urban beaches.
Explore this spectacular indoor-outdoor aquarium, home to innovative exhibits and more than 500 different marine species.
This busy square marks the center of Valencia’s Old Town. Come here to admire grand architecture, visit a centuries-old café and shop at handicraft markets.
Visit this zoo to experience careful re-creations of African ecosystems and to enjoy wildlife in an almost barrier-free environment.
Shop for local fruits, vegetables, cheeses and cured meats, and watch local market traders at work in one of Europe’s oldest food markets.
Verified travellerOct 21, 2019
Valencia is good city for walking and biking. Consider taking a bicycle tour.