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What to visit in Valencia
Map of Valencia
Tourist guides and brochures
Virtual Tourist Office
Monuments in Valencia
Valencia's Historic Centre
City of Arts and Sciences
Valencia's Royal Marina and Beaches
Valencia Conference Centre
Valencia's Surrounding Areas
All of Valencia's monuments
Museums in Valencia's Historic Centre
Museums near the City of Arts and Sciences
Museums near the Royal Marina and Beaches
Museums near Valencia Conference Centre
All of Valencia's museums
What is Bioparc?
Visiting Bioparc Valencia
The animals at Bioparc Valencia
The habitats at Bioparc Valencia
Bioparc Valencia Opening hours
How to get to Bioparc Valencia
City of Arts and Sciences Valencia
What is the City of Arts and Sciences (CAC)?
Hemisfèric at the City of Arts and Sciences
Príncipe Felipe Science Museum
Umbracle at the City of Arts and Sciences
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía
City of Arts and Sciences Opening Hours
How to get to the City of Arts and Sciences
Valencia's Must-Sees Route
Valencia's Historic Centre Route
Valencia by Bike Route
Valencia's Beaches Route
Valencia's Parks and Gardens Route
Valencia Silk Route
Guided tour services
Valencia's Parks and Gardens
Historic Centre Parks
Cabecera Park - Bioparc
All Valencia's parks and gardens
Beaches on the outskirts of Valencia
Albufera Natural Park Valencia
Excursions to Valencia's Surrounding Areas
Valencia for Children
What to visit with children
Plans with children
Travelling with the family
The Valencia Children's Route
If you can squeeze it in, you can explore the city outskirts for jewels of modern architecture such as Feria Valencia, or mediaeval monasteries such as San Miguel de los Reyes.
This Cistercian monastery was built on the site of a Moorish farmhouse, back in the mediaeval era. Today, it serves as the Valencia Library and is steeped in a rich bibliographical and historical heritage.
Valencia boasts one of the biggest and most famous trade fair centres in Europe, recognised for its specialist events directed at industry professionals and the business community. Its extension was the work of the celebrated architect Jose María Tomás Llavador.
Drink in the atmosphere of top-level competition in the world of motor racing. Visit the scene where, year upon year, the World Champion of Moto GP is decided.
POINTS OF INTEREST
- Download Valencia tourist map here >>
- Consult the Valencia Tour Guide here >>
- Download the Tour Guide of the Outskirts for your mobile phone here >>
Guided tours and other ways to get to know the city
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