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Click for more info and get a 5% discount. The best time to visit Valencia is spring, when the city’s gardens explode with color, the temperature is ideal and the night, with its illuminated buildings, is romantic.
A large number of tourists pass through here every day and some, when the sun goes down and the temperature becomes more pleasant, take the opportunity to have a cool drink on any of the terraces with a view. At this time of day, young people also appear with their skateboards, ready to practice their tricks in this historic place.
Declared a World Heritage Site (in 1996) by Unesco, it was built between 1482 and 1548. Pere Compte, its architect, wanted to emulate the Lonja of Palma de Mallorca and the truth is that, having been in both buildings, it seems to me that there is a great similarity between the two works.
The best products from the Mediterranean Sea and the Valencian orchard are sold here every day. Many of the city’s best restaurants – such as Riff or Ricard Camarena’s – acquire the raw material for their Michelin-starred dishes here.

The valencian lagoon

Yes, I’m sure you’ve already thought about eating paella. But what you may not have known is that our most famous dish is best enjoyed facing the sea. That’s why we recommend the restaurants on Playa de las Arenas beach, with panoramic views of the Mediterranean, or those in the Albufera Natural Park. Wherever you go, you will love it!
The best way to get to know this lagoon of enormous environmental and ecological value is to take a boat ride at sunset. The Albufera Natural Park will give you a visual spectacle in which the sky merges with the sea and, without a doubt, you will take some of the most beautiful pictures of your trip.
Grilled cuttlefish, steamed clóchinas, Serrano ham, tellinas, «esgarraet», puntillas, patatas bravas… If your mouth is watering just reading about it, you’ll see when you order them! You can start your route in the stalls of the Plaza del Mercado, continue along the steps of the Lonja, the Plaza del Collado, the Plaza del Negrito or the Calle Caballeros, and finish in the Plaza de la Virgen.

What to do in valencia for free

Click for more info and get a 5% discount. The best time to visit Valencia is spring, when the gardens of the city explode in color, the temperature is ideal and the night, with its illuminated buildings, is romantic.
A large number of tourists pass through here every day and some, when the sun goes down and the temperature becomes more pleasant, take the opportunity to have a cool drink on any of the terraces with a view. At this time of day, young people also appear with their skateboards, ready to practice their tricks in this historic place.
Declared a World Heritage Site (in 1996) by Unesco, it was built between 1482 and 1548. Pere Compte, its architect, wanted to emulate the Lonja of Palma de Mallorca and the truth is that, having been in both buildings, it seems to me that there is a great similarity between the two works.
The best products from the Mediterranean Sea and the Valencian orchard are sold here every day. Many of the city’s best restaurants – such as Riff or Ricard Camarena’s – acquire the raw material for their Michelin-starred dishes here.

What to do in valencia today

Click for more info and get a 5% discount. The best time to visit Valencia is spring, when the city’s gardens explode with color, the temperature is ideal and the night, with its illuminated buildings, is romantic.
A large number of tourists pass through here every day and some, when the sun goes down and the temperature becomes more pleasant, take the opportunity to have a cool drink on any of the terraces with a view. At this time of day, young people also appear with their skateboards, ready to practice their tricks in this historic place.
Declared a World Heritage Site (in 1996) by Unesco, it was built between 1482 and 1548. Pere Compte, its architect, wanted to emulate the Lonja of Palma de Mallorca and the truth is that, having been in both buildings, it seems to me that there is a great similarity between the two works.
The best products from the Mediterranean Sea and the Valencian orchard are sold here every day. Many of the city’s best restaurants – such as Riff or Ricard Camarena’s – acquire the raw material for their Michelin-starred dishes here.