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Welcome to Valencia

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Valencia, home to the modern architectural gem that is the City of Arts and Science, the Gothic Valencia Cathedral (known as The Seu) and a slurry of beautiful beaches, enchanting gardens, churches and other architectural wonders that are fascinating to explore from the road. Hire a convertible if you feel like letting your hair down to browse the sights in style from the comfort of your car. We of course have a huge range of car hire options available in Valencia, many for less than £10 a day if you book ahead.

 


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Valencia - The Facts

  • Valencia is the 3rd largest city in Spain behind only Madrid and Barcelona

  • Valencia is home to around 1 million people, though during it’s world famous Falles Festival, this swells to over 3
    million! 

  • Valencia is at heart a beachside city and you’ll find beaches right in the centre as well as many more just outside
    of the city centre, all with a wonderful Mediterranean atmosphere

  • Valencia is the home of Paella Valenciana: arguably Spain’s most important and famous dish. No trip to Valencia
    is complete without sampling one or more varieties


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Valencia - A Short Guide

Located on the Mediterranean sea, Valencia is an exciting city with a lot to offer its visitors with beautiful Mediterranean beaches, lively nightlife, vast festivals with millions of people taking to the city, and like much of Spain, you’ll find architecture ranging in style from Moorish through to Renaissance. Though perhaps something that sets Valencia apart from its peers is the inspiring, and challengingly modern City of Science and Arts which was designed by Valencia’s own Santiago Calatrave. The modern, if not futuristic building is home to a variety of entertainments including an IMAX cinema, an oceanographic park, science museum, theatre and a range of restaurants. The city is quite industrial by nature but with lots of money dedicated to restoring the medieval parts of the city, cleaning up the beaches and creating a number of pedestrian friendly zones, Valencia has become one of the most popular cities in Spain. 


The museums in Valencia, its popular port, churches, and, if you like, the bullring are all well worth a vist and you’ll be thankful you have a car to get around them all. If you’re travelling with children then perhaps you should consider a trip to the Gulliver park - an amusement park based on the book Gulliver’s Travels. There are a number of festivals that take place throughout the year in and around Valencia, including the fun, though messy, La Tomatina festival which is at its core a food fight - this one is actually just next door to Valencia in the small town of Bunol. It’s not all tomatoes and fighting though, there’s also a Paella cooking contest (of course), fireworks, parades, music and dancing in the streets. Though perhaps the most renowned festival is the Falles festival which is help each year in commemoration of Saint Joseph which sees vast celebrations across the city and the nearby towns as well as huge constructions, knows as a falla, which are paraded around the city and eventually burned. 

 


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Those in search of some good quality nightlife will no doubt find what they are looking for in Valencia. There are lots of students in the city, and as such, many nightclubs and bars. There are a number of student and arts bars located in the Carmen and Ruta de Bakalao areas of town, but the most popular place for tourists is the Placa de Reina that has numerous bars of varying quality and type and a healthy amount of restaurants where you can of course sample the world famous paella, or a Spanish omelette, the famous Valencia Oranges or a glass of a cold glass of Horchata - perfect for cooling down in the height of summer. The Placa de Reina is close by to the Placa de la Verge which has been used for a number of different things over the centuries including use as the Forum to the Romans, the square for a cathedral for the Visigoths, a mosque and today it is home to The Basilica of the Virgin Mary, a beautiful fountain and The Gothic/ Renaissance Palau de Generalitat Valenciana- home to the Valencian parliament.

 

Valencia has lots of nature to offer its visitors too, with many public parks, beautiful botanical gardens such as the Jardines de Ayora and of course the beaches, long and white and the perfect place to relax. The beaches close to the city centre are perfect for sunbathing and swimming but if you feel like something a little more wild, then you can travel just 10km to El Saler which is alive with sand dunes and vegetation, or you can venture to the Albufera Natural Park. At most of the beaches you’ll be able to easily hire boats, play volleyball and drink an ice cold Sangria, before heading back to the city to enjoy an evening in one of the typical Valencian restaurants found dotted around the city. The city is easy to reach, with its own airport just a short drive away from the centre. You can catch a flight from all the major European countries and you’ll find the city is a pleasure to drive around but we recommend hiring your car in Valencia as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment and higher prices in busy periods.


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