Valencia is a summer destination par excellence. But you can not only enjoy its beaches and its wonderful climate, there are a thousand and one #funplans to get to know one of the most fun cities in Spain. We show you our favorites!
Visit to the Albufera National Park
It is a must see. Watch the sun set on Lake Albufera and navigate its waters among the reeds. In addition, you can taste typical Valencian food while you enjoy the sunset. A perfect #funplan for those who like nature and want to escape the crowds.
By Tourist Bus
One of the most fun and accessible ways to get to know the Albufera National Park. A two-hour guided route that also includes a boat ride. Both options are acceptable!
Tour of modernist Valencia
Talking about Valencia is talking about Modernism. Be sure to take a Modernist route starting with the North Station, the Colón Market, the Central Market where you will also find 1,200 sales stalls and ending at the warehouses of the Clock building in the Port of Valencia. You will enjoy the views as well as the shopping!
Valencia by bike
Valencia has a 78km bike lane, the longest in all of Spain. Every day you can enjoy three-hour routes, the most original way to get to know the city. Or set up your own, tell us your proposals! Here we leave you a very interesting one ;)
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Pedaling through the Turia
It is the largest urban park in Spain with more than 11 km. of length. The past routes were organized in the month of April with the arrival of good weather. You will also be able to see two of the tourist attractions of the capital, the cYoYoutod dand ltoyes&nbyesp;TOrtandyes and ltoyes&nbyesp;cYoandncYotoyes&nbyesp;and the new generation zoo bYooptorc.
Tram to La Malvarrosa
We invite you to relive Manuel Vicent's novel by taking the Tram to Malvarrosa beach. You will be able to discover the maritime towns of the Valencian coast and recreate Manuel's novel and story in the 1950s. In this link you can find the route of Line 4 of the Valencia tram to get to Les Arenes, La Malvarrosa beach;)
Shopping in Colón
Valencia's Golden Mile is in the most commercial area of the city, Colón Street. This #funplan is only suitable for select pockets;) You can get lost among the stores of the big brands and designers of the moment, walk through the department stores and discover the small specialized shops.
Shopping on Wicker Street
If you like crafts, we invite you to visit Valencia in the street known as “basket shops”, since there you will find all kinds of crafts made with wicker. It is also part of the modernist route considered by MúsicoPeidró.
The most practical way to get around the city is by acquiring the ValenciaTouristCard-VLC.A card with which you can move around all corners of the city since it includes all means of transportation along with the airport. In addition, you can enter museums and monuments for free and get half-price discounts in shops and restaurants. A bargain! If you want to purchase it, click here.
On a Catamaran
You can't leave Valencia without getting on board a catamaran to enjoy a dip during the day or the best sunset from the coast of Valencia. There are three-hour departures every Saturday with catering service included, where there is no shortage of Valencian paella, you can't ask for more!
on a sailboat
If you prefer a more intimate atmosphere, you can try a sailing trip on the high seas, where you will enjoy the Mediterranean Sea, bathing on the beach and tasting the rich Valencian cuisine.