Ciudad de las artes y las ciencias

The City of Arts and Sciences is a must-visit if you're in Valencia. This collection of buildings has become a symbol of the city. The complex offers a blend of scientific and cultural entertainment, perfect for enjoying with family or friends, and stretches along about two kilometers of the old Turia Riverbed.

Jardín del turia

It is one of Spain's largest urban natural parks, spanning over nine kilometers that traverse the city. This green space offers recreational and sports areas, as well as romantic spots to wander. From Parque de Cabecera to Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Turia Gardens is a perfect route for runners, cyclists, families, and nature enthusiasts. With 18 bridges reflecting centuries of history, the old riverbed is lined with some of the city's main museums and monuments.

Playas de valencia

There are urban beaches, very close to the city center, with a wide variety of restaurants and entertainment venues, in addition to an extensive promenade by the sea.


Located just 10 km from the city, L'Albufera Natural Park offers pure nature, dreamy sunsets, boat rides, and complete disconnection. It's a true urban oasis surrounded by rice fields and forests, providing a unique experience to all who visit.


An innovative zoo where barriers are almost imperceptible and animals roam freely. This space, spanning 100,000 square meters, is located in the headwaters park of the former Turia Riverbed.

Mercado central y lonja

If you're passionate about gastronomy and enjoy fresh produce, with its colors and flavors, valuing the richness, variety, and quality in cuisine, Valencia's Central Market is a must-visit destination. This vast modernist architectural pantry is a must-see in the city, housing a wide range of fresh products from the orchard and all the flavors and aromas of the Mediterranean.

Marina real

The former city port has been transformed into Marina de València, a public space of one million square meters dedicated to innovation and nautical activities. Located next to the seafront of Playa del Cabañal, Marina de València has become a dynamic sociocultural center of the city. Here, culture, education, and entrepreneurship coexist with sports, tourism, and gastronomy, establishing itself as an innovation district on the waterfront.

Catedral de valencia

The Cathedral has been dedicated to the Assumption of Saint Mary since the time of Jaume I, blending history and art within its walls. Its doors and walls also protect invaluable treasures, such as the Holy Chalice. Documentation and archaeological studies suggest that the Valencia Grail might be the one used by Jesus at the Last Supper.