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As the New Year begins, Valencia starts to get ready for its most famous festival: Las Fallas. From the 1st of March, every day at 2pm the city will be filled with the explosive noise of the traditional mascletà firework displays. Afterwards, the city’s outdoor bars and cafés fill with people enjoying a typical pre-dinner aperitif. The main celebration, however, will take place from the 15th March, when more than 400 hand painted monuments will take over the city’s streets to be burnt in bonfires on the 19th of March. If you don’t want to miss out on experiencing a 24-hour city with orchestras, celebrations, music, art and culture, take a look at the special offers we’ve prepared for Las Fallas.
When you're arranging your trip, make sure you check out the exclusive offers on our online shop, where you can save 12% on tickets to the City of Arts and Sciences and the Valencia Tourist Card and find authentic Valencian meals for just €15 in some of the city's best restaurants.
See how to make an authentic Valencian paella before tasting the results
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