Valencia is Spain’s third metropolitan area, and has a global city status. It is the most visited city after Madrid and Barcelona.
Valencia is city able to harmoniously combine the remnants of its farthest past with the most innovative buildings from the new millennium.It is the centre of the international avant-garde design and one of the most active cities in Europe.
Ljotja de la Seda is an emblematic building and one of the most famous civil gothic monuments in Europe. It was used as a trade hall and silk exchange.
The Serrano Tower is the largest Gothic city gateway the in all of Europe, it was constructed at end of 14th century. This twin-towered stone gated of the Torres de Serranos are all that remains of Valencia’s original city walls.
The Central Market in Valencia is a public market, and it is one of Europe’s oldest. The ceramic covered partitions along with the stone, wood, and the colorful glasswork make the building an excellent example of the modernist architecture of the time.
Mestalla Stadium is a football stadium in Valencia, and it is the home stadium of Valencia FC with a capacity of 55,000 seats. If you are a sports fan you should visit this stadium, or buy a ticket and see some of the games.
Principe Felipe Science Museum is a museum of city arts and sciences, it is an important visitor attraction. It has become a world reference point for interactive science and one of the most visited destinations in the country.
Valencia is a fine place to visit with a fine cuisine and a number of excellent museums .You can do so many things in Valencia like- biking in the sunshine, rocking the night away. Staying and the beach, drinking Spanish wine. Also there are many restaurant that you can try the local paella.
Whether you’re looking for the culture and history of Barcelona, the beach of Mallorca, or the nightlife of Ibiza, Valencia has it all. The people are friendly, the weather is superb and the price is right.