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Museum
“ City of Arts and Sciences is a cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.”
345 moradores locais recomendam
Store
“Emblemático Mercado a 5 minutos del apartamento para comprar pescado fresco y fruta fresca. ”
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Zoo
“Very easy to find and to access. If you are driving there is a large underground car park on site with lifts direct to the entry level. The zoo is fairly compact and very well laid out and maintained. The onsite restaurant is ok although prices could be a little better - our advice is to eat at around 1330 as by 1400 there is always a queue.”
116 moradores locais recomendam
Aquarium
“They do a dolphin display and it has the largest glass water tunnel in Europe to walk through, directly underneath the massive fish tank, with sharks swimming a few metres from your face!”
109 moradores locais recomendam
Igreja
“The Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia, alternatively known as Saint Mary's Cathedral or Valencia Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic parish church in Valencia.”
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Dog Run
“The Serrans Gate or Serranos Gate, also known as Serrans Towers or Serranos Towers is one of the twelve gates that formed part of the ancient city wall, the Christian Wall, of the city of Valencia, Spain. It was built in Valencian Gothic style at the end of the 14th century.”
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Museum
“The Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, also known by the acronym IVAM, was the first center of modern art created in Spain, opening in 1989 in the city of Valencia. The Institut Valencià d'Art Modern is an important center for modern and contemporary art in Spain and Europe.”
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Local Histórico
“Valencia, the most amazing city in the south eastern part of Spain, is a prime tourist attraction in Europe. Its ancient buildings, religious edifices, museums and markets lure thousands of tourists every year. While exploring this beautiful city, you ought not to miss the chance to explore Llotja de la Seda – the silk exchange. This is a Gothic-style civil edifice and one of the major spots for tourists. The buildings were built between 1482 and 1533, which was deemed the golden era of Valencia. The buildings stand as witnesses of the glorious industrial past of the Spanish empire. It was built by ace architect Pere Compte and the resemblance to medieval castles is there. The Silk Exchange buildings cover an area of approx 2,000 square meters. It was the city’s sole building used exclusively for mercantile transactions. In a way, its existence contributed to the economic prosperity of Valencia in the 16th century and later. The Llotja de la Seda is a wonderful piece of gothic architecture and you are sure to be charmed by its grandeur. The 28 Gothic gargoyles atop the buildings lend a unique visual appeal to the surroundings. It has 4 main sections that include the Contract Hall, Orange tree courtyard, Consulado del Mar and main Tower. Each of the sections has their distinct appeal. As a visitor you have the opportunity to soak in the beauty of the architecture and the imposing ceilings since they do not have much interior furnishings. The building has been granted the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While on a visit to La Lonja de Seda there are a few other major landmarks you may want to explore. This includes the Central Market and Royal Church of St. John. A number of city bus routes cover this spot. ”
130 moradores locais recomendam
Praça
“The Town Hall square. It is surrounded by really interesting buildings and is located in the new city center of the city. Take a look at Correos building (the post office)!”
103 moradores locais recomendam
Veterinarian
“The northeast side of the old-town is the youngest and most bohemian part of the city. El Carmen took shape in medieval times, situated outside of the 11th-century Moorish walls but within the Christian ones that went up in the 14th-century. What’s great about this place is the way the palaces next to these cool, shaded alleys have been converted into hip boutiques, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Calle de Caballeros, which begins at Plaza de la Virgen, is where many nights out in Valencia will end up. You can also see fragments of Valencia’s late-medieval defences, at Torres de Quart and Torres de Serranos.”
120 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante mediterrâneo
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“One of the best place to relax by the beach, drinks and snacks on demand. Full restaurant with great choice. Swimming pool. Disco bars from early afternoon and all through the night.”
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Lugar para tomar café da manhã
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“Cute place by the beach side. Has a really nice garden area in the back. The food is quite nice, we only had starter plated but the mains looked amazing. We ordered the nachos and they were very homey. Staff is friendly and approachable. It tends to get busy so i would recommend to make a reservation.”
101 moradores locais recomendam
Bairro
“Para cenar, para aperitivos , para bailar , para conocer gente y lugares interesantes. ”
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Mercado
“lots of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, gourmet market, shops .... in an emblematic building in the heart of Valencia”
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Beach
“The beach! Beautiful, only 20 minutes by bus from the city center! Take a bike ride down the coast.”
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Local Histórico
“Built by Pere Bonfill, who was inspired by the Castell Nuovo towers in Naples, the Quart Towers represent a good example of late Gothic military constructions. They were conceived as defensive gates for the city and until 1874 were known as the Torres de la Cal (The Limestone Towers), since the limestone that came into the city had to come in through these gates. The back of the towers was opened to allow a view of the inside. It was the women´s prison for some time.”
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