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Valencia, a city of contrasts, has a mix of futuristic buildings that blend into a charming old town. Its Mediterranean climate makes any time of the year good to visit Valencia. Strolling through its historic center is an experience between the classic and the avant-garde. The Cathedral, with the Torre del Miguelete and its 207 steps, the Central Market, the largest market for fresh products in Europe, the National Museum of Ceramics, the Quart and Serrano Towers or the Lonja de la Seda are some of the most important and nice buildings of the city.
Valencia and its more modern face are shown in the City of Arts and Sciences, whose futuristic building has become the emblem of the city. Here we can find the Oceanografic, which is the largest aquarium in Europe.
And at the end of the day there is nothing better than seeing the spectacular sunset that the city offers from the Parque de Cabecera or Playa de la Malvarrosa, located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, the Cabanyal fishing district.
In Valencia, the Ceramics industry has always been very important and a great promoter of the local economy, as we can see in a visit to the Museum of Ceramics.
But Valencia also attracts thousands of visitors on March 19 when the famous “cremá de las fallas” are celebrated, where gigantic sculptures made of papier-mache are burned. And finally, the gastronomy with products from the sea and the Valencian garden. Don't leave Valencia without eating the typical Valencian paella or trying typical dishes like a Valencian “esgarraet” or a “titaina” from Cabanyal. Of course, with horchata and fartons as the end of the party.
Remember that we put at your disposal our low-cost Valencia transfer service from Valencia airport to any point on the Mediterranean coast.