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Planning a city trip to Valencia soon? Let the fun start today! Our free travel guide will tell you which sights to see, where the best shopping spots are and which local specialties you should definitely taste. Our guide is also packed with practical information and tips about public transportation, local habits, weather conditions and more.
Please note: due to corona measurements, opening times, prices and other specifics may temporarily be adjusted, while making reservations for visiting some sights might be mandatory.
Here are some tips from our travel guide to Valencia. You can download the full guide here.
1. Plaza del Ayuntamiento
The city hall square of Valencia is among the best- known of the city. In addition to the beautiful buildings in Baroque, Eclectic and Modernist style, it has a giant fountain that is illuminated in the evening. Characteristic are the flower stalls decorating the entire square. Visit the city hall if you have some time. Apart from the fact that it is a beautiful building, a story is hiding behind the doors about the weapon of Valencia
2. Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe
“Prohibited NOT to touch, NOT to feel and NOT to think.” – that is the slogan of the Valencian museum of science. This enormous building is perfect for a day trip as it is 26,000 m2 in size.
You can participate in several activities and the exhibition spaces are ranging from life science to robots and astronauts. You should de definitely bring your children because there are some fun activities for them as well. Do not forget to take a nice picture of the building itself because that is also worthwhile. This skeletal structure with organic shape looks a lot like a whale.
3. Aigua de València
Or dare to try the Aigua de València – a cocktail based on cava or champagne and orange juice. Be careful through as it also contains Gin and Vodka so don’t underestimate this sweet delicacy. Aigua de València is available in most bars.