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Valencia, Spain Travel Guide - Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay Steve Jonas

Valencia, Spain Travel Guide - Attractions, Eating, Drinking, Shopping & Places To Stay

Steve Jonas

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For a trip that mixes both old and new, the city of Valencia has a curious charm all its own. There are remnants of ancient history dating back to 138 B.C. rubbing shoulders with shiny, ultra-modern buildings that have sprung up since the millennium.MoreFor a trip that mixes both old and new, the city of Valencia has a curious charm all its own. There are remnants of ancient history dating back to 138 B.C. rubbing shoulders with shiny, ultra-modern buildings that have sprung up since the millennium. Valencia never used to be high on the list of tourist destinations but took a sudden leap to fame when the America’s Cup was held here in 2007 and again in 2010. Vast sums of money were invested in massive redevelopment programmes especially around the docks and marina which were transformed into attractive and tourist-friendly places to visit.Welcome to Valencia - Planning Your Stay - Climate & Weather - Sightseeing - Cabacera Park & Valencia Bio Parc - Valencia Cathedral - Silk Market (La Lonja de Seda) - Central Market - Serranos Towers (Largest Gothic City Gateway in Europe) - City of Arts & Sciences - Hemisfèric Cinema - Science Museum Príncipe Felipe - Oceanogràfic Aquarium - Palau de les Arts - Umbracle (City of Arts & Sciences) - Valencia Museum of Enlightenment & Modernity - Monastery San Miguel de los Reyes - Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas & Museo Nacional de Cerámica González Martí - Church of Saint John Hospital - Almoina Archaelogical Museum - Places to Stay - Eating & Drinking - Shopping