The biggest city garden in all of Spain. Turia Gardens is the green zone of the city and a place where you can let yourself fall into and relax, run, read and ride a bike in. It is also the best route for discovering the Museum of Natural Sciences in Valencia, Bioparc (zoo park) and the City of Arts and Sciences...
Known as “la Seu”, Valencia’s Cathedral was built to honor St. Mary, under Jaime I.
The Cathedral combines different architectural styles such as Mediterranean and French Gothic, Romanic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassic.
A unique urban attraction.
Set between the Arabic and Christian walls, here you’ll find Valencia’s pure essence.
Also, the Valencian Institute of Modern Art, Quart and Serrano’s Towers, El Carmen Church are some of its many attractions.
Walking around El Carmen district is a unique experience inside Valencia.
The City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia is a cultural and science center, built over 2km through El Turia old river. Surrounded by water, its buildings designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela are unique in the city. It offers many interesting activities: planetarium, cinema, Opera Palace, and the biggest aquarium in Europe, with more than 500 marine species.
Colorful, with Mediterranean perfumes and savors, this modernist building brings together more than 400 retailers downtown Valencia. Get lost over its small streets and enjoy its unique atmosphere.