11 Nov 2021
Sustainability is one of the pillars of the city of Valencia’s tourism strategy. As a result, the Visit València Foundation had no doubts about signing on to the Glasgow Declaration for Climate Action in Tourism, presented as part of the COP26 Climate Change Conference last November.
04 Jan 2022
Rubens, Van Dyck, Sadeler, Goltzius, Van Kessel, Verbruggen are some of the great geniuses of Flemish painting and they have become central figures in the permanent collection of the Valencia Fine Arts Museum after the incorporation of sixteen works from the collection of Hans Rudolf Gerstenmaier.
15 Dec 2021
At the gala held last night at the Palau de les Arts Opera House in the City of Arts and Sciences
22 Nov 2021
Valencia is a unique combination of the traditional, avant-garde and sustainable. A vibrant city with a host of new attractions and accolades next year, combined with its long sandy beaches, natural spaces, great cultural offerings and exquisite gastronomy make it the destination of 2022.
15 Nov 2021
After months of preparations and a final presentation before the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) in the seaside city of Brighton East Sussex, the delegation convinced the judges that Valenica is the perfect city to host the 2026 edition of the Gay Games.
27 Oct 2021
València has been named European Capital of Smart Tourism 2022. The city's candidacy has been chosen by a jury of the European Commission, specialising in accessibility, sustainability, digitisation, cultural heritage and creativity.
29 Jul 2021
València reaches a new milestone in its commitment to the development of sustainable tourism by becoming the first city in the world to measure the water footprint of tourist activity.
28 Jul 2021
Paella stoves around the world have been lit. Following the announcement of the second edition of the World Paella Day Cup, chefs have donned their aprons to demonstrate their culinary skills by cooking the worlds most internationally renowned dish, paella.
07 Jul 2021
Now is your chance to study the talent of one of the great Italian Renaissance artists up close in Valencia. For the next three years, the Museum of Fine Arts will display the Portrait of Michele Marullo Tarcaniota, by the brilliant Sandro Botticelli.