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Holidays To Valencia

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Gorgeous beaches, endless sunshine the fresh scent of oranges and turquoise waters of the Mediterranean invite you to Valencia. Book all-inclusive holiday packages to Valencia with Travel Center and discover the beauty of Spain’s third largest city. Influenced by Roman, Gothic, Carthaginian and Iberian cultures Valencia is a treasure trove of architectural wonders. Discover the historic city centre home to over 2000 years of architectural and artistic heritage. Browse over 20 museums, visit the Chapel of the Holy-Grail, climb the towers of the cathedral and check out the Bull-ring. Shopaholics will love browsing the charming central-markets while trendy boutiques intermingle with local craft-shops amidst modern Avant Guard design for chic sophistication. La Albufera Park and lagoon is a paradise of natural beauty boasting winding mountains and lush foliage. The fabulous sandy beaches of Valencia offer, water-sports and loads of fun in the sun. Valencia is home to a thriving night-life. Trendy terrace-cafes, clubs and ritzy restaurants burst to life after dark. Spend the night celebrating and dancing your cares away with the friendly locals. There are a number of leisure-zones where the party starts after midnight and continues until dawn. Go ahead book the all-inclusive holiday packages to Valencia from Travel Center and enjoy cheap flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Enjoy the vibrant nights and glamour of Valencia!


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Time Zone

UTC-08:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, easyJet, Ryanair, Air France, Air Europa


Spanish to Valencian

Best Time to Travel

June to October

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Valencia Cathedral

Built over a mosque after the 1238 reconquest this cathedrals brick vaulted triple nave is built according to the Gothic style while the side chapels have been built according to the neo-classical style. The altarpiece displays italianate frescoes and most importantly holds in its Gothic Cappila del Santo Caliz what is claimed to be the Holy Grail, the cup from which Christ sipped during the Last Supper.

City of Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Sciences is located on the Old Turia riverbed and takes up a space of 350,000 square meters. Much of the work here is credited to Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava. The place is very family oriented and quite awe inspiring. It is one of the most important and relevant tourist destination in the city of Valencia.

Jardines del Turia

The Jardines del Turia is a 9 kilometer long green that has playing fields, cycling, jogging and walking paths, Lawns and playgrounds. It is a great way to get around as it curves around the city. It is the largest purely urban garden in Spain. The garden was founded in 1986 and has more than three million visitors a year.

Museo de Bella Artes

One of Spain’s best art museums some of its highlights include the Roman Mosaic of the Nine Muses, an amazing collection of late medieval altarpieces and other works by artists such as El Greco, Goya, Velazquez, Murillo, Ribalto, Sorolla and Pinazo. The museum is open all days of the week except on Mondays.


More than just a zoo, the Bioparc is an educational, eco-friendly and innovative space. The animals housed here are allowed to roam freely and range from creatures from the savannah, Africa and Madagascar. The Bioparc will make you feel as though you are right out there in the wild.

Torres de Quart

These twin towers were once a part of a medieval wall that surrounded the old town of Valencia. Its main purpose was to defend the city. They were built in the 15th century by Francesc Baldomar and Pere Compte probably between 1441 and 1460. They have seen and withstood historical events such as the War of Independence of the French, the Succession and the Spanish Civil War.

La Lonja

The La Lonja is a 15th century building that has been listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1996 for being the most stunning and best preserved examples of late Gothic architecture and was where Valencia’s silk and commodity exchange took place. The highlights of the building are its colonnaded hall and twisted Gothic pillars and its stunning coffered ceiling.

Mercado Central

Mercado Central is a covered market that was built in 1928. There is an entire annexe dedicated to fish, seafood and offal. You can also enjoy some wine at the tapas bar located in the center of the market. The smells, movement and color here truly make it worth the visit.

Museo del Patriarca

This art gallery displays ecclesiastical art and mostly features Spanish and Flemish Renaissance paintings including pieces by Juan de Juanes, Ribalta and El Greco. The church adjacent to it also features high quality frescoes belonging to the Renaissance era and even a stuffed cayman. Apart from the paintings the other items exhibited here include books, documents, textiles and unique jewelry.

Torres de Serranos

The Serranos Gates are one of the twelve gates that was a part of the ancient city wall and was constructed towards the end of the 14th century in the Gothic style. It probably gets its name from the fact that it was the entry point of the road that connects Valancia to the district of Los Serranos. It is one of Valencia’s most important landmarks and one of the best preserved.