On the outskirts of the city is a dynamic space for creative goings on: La Rambleta. La Rambleta hosts exhibitions, cinema, stage productions and represents the creative side of the city.
Even in its location, it is pushing the boundaries, sitting as it does on the doorstep of Jesus district. Its dynamism can be seen inside and out: this modern building lights up like a beacon at night, a seven floor building calling to it those who want to be creative and those who want to see something to stretch their minds. Visitors to Valencia are very welcome here, to see the vast spectrum of arts the city has to offer.
The building includes a library – perhaps a little unusual for an arts space – and its auditorium can hold an audience of up to 700 people. Music rooms and rehearsal rooms are heavily used, as are two rooms for exhibitions and events, and SUMA restaurant (see some great photos of the food served here on foursquare).
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