Valencia, arts and science city

Valencia has everything you could want from a holiday destination: from wide sandy beaches to architecture, the Old Town, and futuristic structures.

The city is home to numerous beaches with golden sand, a short trip out of the centre by public transport. Valencia is famous for the City of Arts and Sciences, including a planetarium, an oceanarium and an interactive museum, but it is also a mix of old and new architecture.

Useful information

Weather in Valencia

When to visit Valencia

If you are tempted by a vacation in this beautiful city, it is important to choose the right time. Valencia has pleasant weather almost all year round, but the warmest months are June, July, August and September. So, if you want to spend a lot of time on the beach, then you should buy flights to Valencia in the summer or early fall.

If, however, you just want to visit new places, you can choose Valencia as a holiday destination for the rest of the year, but you should know that the coldest months are January and February.

Main attractions

City of Arts and Sciences

As mentioned above, Valencia is famous for this tourist attraction that you should not miss. The City of Arts and Sciences is a true symbol of Valencia, being built in the early 1990s. It is a spectacular complex with a futuristic architecture, and is worth exploring by any tourist.

Located on the banks of the Turia River, the City of Arts and Sciences will surprise you with unique monuments, impressive buildings and the largest aquarium in Europe. In addition, here you will have the opportunity to participate in an amazing dolphin show!

Turia Gardens

Buy Valencia plane tickets and relax in a walk through Turia Park! This is the largest park in Spain and has a fascinating story behind it, which you will also discover if you book flights to Valencia.

Turia Gardens is crossed by 18 bridges with unique architectural styles and offers many attractions, such as Bioparc, a zoo located in the western part of the gardens. Bioparc hosts over 800 animals and is built in such a way that you get the impression that you are entering the natural habitat of the animals.

The old center

Explore the old city center and you will be able to admire Valencia Cathedral, Plaza de la Virgen, Plaza de la Reina, Mercado Central, as well as the El Miguelete Tower.

On top of that, we recommend you to walk on the charming streets of the Old Center, where you will be amazed by the art nouveau architecture of the buildings.

Emergency assistance

Emergency number: 112