TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN VALENCIA
#001 Day trip to the
The Oceanographic is the largest complex of its type in Europe with a surface of 110,000 square
There are 45,000 animals of 500 different species including fish, mammals, birds,
Each tower is structured in two levels and represent the major ecosystems of the planet.
#002 Day trip to the Bioparc Zoo
The concept of the zoo, called
This is achieved by not using the traditional railings and cages that are common in many zoos, using instead rivers, ponds, streams and rocks to separate visitors from the animals. Also, great care has been taking in reproducing the eco-systems, including an important collection of African flora.
#003 Day trip to the City of Arts and Science
The City of Arts and Sciences) is an entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 treasures of Spain.
#004 Day on the Malvarrosa beach, Valencia
Stretching over 1000
Students can spend the day at the beach playing volleyball, surfing, sailing, bodyboarding, paddle-boarding or just simply sunbathing.
#005 Visit to Valencia football club
Valencia is the third-most supported football club in Spain, behind heavyweights Real Madrid and Barcelona.It is also one of the biggest clubs in the world in terms of number of associates (registered paying supporters), with more than 50,000 season ticket holders and another 20,000+ season ticket holders on the waiting list,
Valencia was founded in 1919 and have played their home games at the 55,000-seater Mestalla since 1923.
#006 Watch a Valencia Basketball match
Valencia Basketball Club commonly known as Valencia
The team plays in the Liga ACB and the EuroLeague, with home games played at the Fuente de San Luis. Valencia Basket plays its home games at the 8,500 seat Fuente de San Luis arena.
#007 A day in Valencia city centre
A vibrant, noisy city on Spain’s east coast, next to the Mediterranean, Valencia boasts amazing cuisine, a fascinating history, and stunning architecture and culture — including several fabulous annual fiestas.
Although Valencia is Spain’s third largest city, it is easily walkable, with a great mix of historic and modern, and plenty of greenery thrown in.
#008 Visit to the Bullring and
museum in Valencia
Plaza de Toros de Valencia is a bullring in València, Spain. It was built between 1850 and 1859.
It follows the neoclassical style and it was inspired
#009 Visit to the F1 port area of Valencia
Spend a morning in the harbour area of Valencia and visit the F1 circuit of the European Formula One Grand Prix.hen have a drink/meal at the beach restaurants near the port.
Then have a
#010 Visit to coastal towns surrounding Valencia
Enjoy a trip to the surroundings of Valencia to suit your taste, choose adventure, history, art, culture, food, wine and more.
There are many small towns and villages just south of Valencia to explore if you want to get away from the city.