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What to visit in Valencia
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Príncipe Felipe Science Museum
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Albufera Natural Park Valencia
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Urban parks that colour the urban landscape.
They're the city's most emblematic gardens and nestled inside you'll find the Mediaeval Royal Palace. For centuries this has provided a haven for the people of Valencia to stroll and relax. Don't miss the Natural Sciences Museum!
One of the city’s best-kept secrets, this was the first botanical garden ever created in Spain. Boasting a large horticultural collection, this garden houses over 3,000 species of tree and plants originating from all five continents of the globe.
A neoclassical garden with an artistic touch; an abundance of statues; ponds; fountains; pathways; pavilions to stop off and rest in all make for an enchanting setting.
In this, the first park to be created in the centre of the city, marvel at the magnolias and the small, but impressive monuments. A great place to recharge your batteries.
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