39° 28′ 12″ N, 0° 22′ 35″ W

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Home of the delicious Paella

The historic city of Valencia

Valencia is famous for the City of Arts and Sciences, the Valencia Cathedral, the Old Town, the Central Market, and being the birthplace of paella. Valencia is also popular for its peculiar museums, quirky festivals, beautiful sunny weather, and fantastic sandy beaches. When it comes to cuisine, Valencia is known for its delicious paella, a traditional Spanish rice dish typically made with saffron, vegetables, and various meats or seafood. It's a must-try when visiting the city. Valencia is also blessed with beautiful beaches along its coastline, such as Malvarrosa and El Cabanyal. These beaches offer a relaxing escape and are perfect for enjoying the Mediterranean sun.

Valencia is known for its rich history, stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine. The city seamlessly blends its ancient past with modern attractions, offering a unique experience to visitors. One of the most iconic landmarks in Valencia is the City of Arts and Sciences. This futuristic complex showcases impressive modern architecture and houses several attractions, including an opera house, a science museum, an IMAX cinema, and an oceanographic park.

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located on the banks of the Turia, on the east coast of the Iberian Peninsula at the Gulf of Valencia, north of the Albufera lagoon.

How to get there:

By Train: If you are already in Spain or a nearby country, you can consider traveling to Valencia by train. The city has excellent rail connections with major Spanish cities like Madrid and Barcelona, as well as with other European cities. Renfe is the national train

By Air: Valencia has its own international airport, Valencia Airport (VLC), which is well-connected to various cities in Europe. You can search for flights from your nearest airport to Valencia and book a direct or connecting flight.

By Bus: Buses are another affordable and convenient option for reaching Valencia. Many national and international bus companies operate routes to and from the city. ALSA and FlixBus are two well-known bus companies in Spain that offer routes to Valencia. You can check their websites for schedules and ticket bookings.

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