Valencia is an inspiring city where history, innovation and creativity walk together offering a unique experience for our senses. The city center –the second largest historic district in Spain- invites for a relaxing walk along its street. The streets are an open museum where the past is revealed along impressive monuments, picturesque areas and daily samples of Mediterranean culture and traditional life.

Outstanding museums:

  • IVAM – Centro Julio González
  • L’Almoina. Centro Arqueológico
  • Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia. San Pío V
  • Museo Nacional de Cerámica
  • MUVIM. Museo Valenciano de la Ilustración y la Modernidad

Significant monuments:

  • La Lonja
  • Torres de Serranos
  • Torres de Quart
  • La Plaza Redonda
  • Cathedral Complex

Avant-garde architecture:

  • Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias: Hemisfèric, Museo de las Ciencias, Oceanogràfic, Ágora, Umbracle.
  • Mercado Central
  • Mercado de Colón
  • The Shipyards

 The Mediterranean Sea and the city beaches

The harbor, a very important active landmark of the city, splits the maritime front into two main parts. To the north, joined by a wide and attractive promenade, the most crowded and urban beaches: the Malvarrosa and the Cabanyal. To the south, a line of pleasant beaches along the Albufera Nature Park, including the only “wild” beach of the municipality, La Devesa.

 

Find detailed information and other suggestions on the official Valencia tourist guide.