Valencia, the third largest city in Spain, is both a port and a very important economic center on the Mediterranean coast.
Valencia represents a harmonious combination of the vestiges of the past and the innovations of the present. It is a center of international avant-garde design, which is evident in its modern and striking architechture. When walking through the historical center known as the Carmen, it is easy to notice the city’s rich history. The Valencia Cathedral, the tower Miguelete Lonja of Seda, the Museum of the Fine Arts San Pío V and the Plaza of Virge are just some of the things you can see during your stay in Valencia. Among other things, Valencia is known for its incredible cuisine, especially its Paella. Another point of interest in Valencia is the Fallas, a famous festival that takes place each year at the beginning of March.
Whatever activity in which you choose to participate, the cultural and historical richness, and the favorable Mediterranean climate of this Spanish town will invigorate you. Whatever your tastes and preferences, you will find everything you are looking for in Valencia.
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