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Cheap flights and Cheap Holidays to Valencia

Valencia is located on the east coast of Spain, being the third largest city in the country.

This city is associated with white sand, delicious food and a festive atmosphere. In Valencia you don't have to look for the perfect angle for photos, everything there is beautiful and photogenic.

What do you visit in Valencia?

Carmen neighborhood

You can't say you've taken the pulse of Valencia if you haven't passed through El Carmen, because this is where the city was founded.

City of Arts and Sciences

It is an unmissable tourist attraction in Valencia. Architectural, cultural and entertainment complex consisting of six buildings. The city covers an area of 350,000 square meters and its avant-garde buildings put on a show both day and night when lit up. The distances between them can be covered on foot, but also by bicycle. The access to the City is free of charge.

Plaza de la Reina

Considered the zero kilometer of the city. From here you can enter the Santa Maria Cathedral, also popularly known as La Seu. Once you've crossed her threshold, climb her famous tower, Miguelet. Climbing the 207 stairs you will have a special panorama, from almost 100m high.


It was designed so that the visitor has the impression of entering the animals' natural habitat, its special design concealing the visual barriers between the public and the animals. The Biopark covers 100,000 m2, has more than 800 animals from over 120 species and specializes in African fauna. Visiting it involves passing through the savannah, the equatorial forest, meeting the elephants, an experience in the most famous cave in Africa and visiting the island of Madagascar.

Turia Gardens

The park is divided into 12 sections, each of which has its own unicity and characteristics. In some you find trails for cyclists and runners, in others there are facilities for practicing certain sports - football, rugby, basketball, baseball, etc., some are simply beautiful gardens - like the Palau garden, where you can find the Palau de la Música auditorium and the works of the Valencian architect José María García Paredes.


The beaches of Valencia are very clean and environmentally friendly. For those who prefer a noisy, active holiday, the right beaches are Las Arenas, Malvarrosa, El Saler. If you want privacy and tranquility, then Patagona or Pinedo beaches are perfect.


Paella Valenciana is a dish originating from Valencia, consisting of white rice, green beans (bajoqueta and tavella), meat (chicken or rabbit), white beans, snails and spices.