Weekend in Valencia

Valencia is well known for their most famous plate: “paella”. But also has a lot of treasures to discover.

Photo by Marc

Starting the morning walking through the “Passeig Marítim” you can taste the sea, enjoy the natural beaches and also have a fantastic breakfast at “La Pascuala”, you will be amazed with their assortment and big sandwiches.

“Ciutat Vella” it’s a charming district where you can find a lot of interesting things to see like “Les Torres Serrans”, “Les Torres de Quart”, “La plaça de la Mare de Déu”, “El Micalet” and the gorgeous park of ”El llit del Túria”.

Besides in this district, if you enjoy art, you’re lucky because you have an extensive offer of expositions. “L’Institut Valencià d’Art Modern”, the “Museu Valencià de la Il·lustració i la Modernitat” and the “Fundació Bancaja” are a few.

Get hungry?

Photo by Señor Hans

At this point we are hungry and there’s no better place to eat like “Ca Mandó”, home-loving and cheap in “Russafa” neighborhood. You won’t regret it! Also walking over the “Russafa” neighborhood it’s a must.
Open your eyes and get ready for a science experience at “La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències de Valencia”! This awesome building hides a huge knowledge. Delight your brain!
Once again in “Russafa” we’re going to “Mare Meua”, drinks for just 1 euro and “montaditos” too! This is a great place to charge the batteries for a night party!
Party at “Russafa” it’s the best! You can choose: “Nylon”, “Killing Time”, “Play”… The cherry on top of the cake is the alternative atmosphere and the nice people.

València is full of experiences waiting you to come. You choose your path!

Cristina Luzón

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