Accommodation in Valencia

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Welcome to Valencia

Explore Valencia

Beautiful Valencia has everything for the perfect city break. With year-round good weather and packed with with plenty of outdoor space from parks to city beaches, Valencia is one of Spain’s liveliest and most interesting cities. The birthplace of paella is famed for its nightlife and easy-going Mediterranean attitude: a great place for a holiday.

About Valencia

Striking architecture, gorgeous food and stunning beaches, Valencia offers the best of Spain.

  • While Spanish is commonly spoken, Valencian is also an official language of the city
  • The Fallas of Valencia is Spain’s loudest festival - a week-long fiesta that showcases the best of local culture

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Where to Stay

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Valencia is Spain’s third largest city with a population of 800,000 in the city itself, increasing to 1.5 million in the surrounding area, so your choice of neighbourhood is an important decision. The Old Town is one of the most popular areas, and an apartment here will mean Valencia’s famous nightlife is right on your doorstep, as well as many of the most important museums and cultural sights. For a more chilled out holiday, look for an apartment in the City Beach area: it’s only 20 minutes from the centre by metro, but feels a hundred miles away from the city’s hustle and bustle. To get an insight into the Valencian life away from the tourists, book an apartment in El Cabanyal: it’s firmly a local residential area but with some beautiful modernist architecture and a great selection of bars and restaurants for the evenings.

Things to Do

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Unsurprisingly, considering its beautiful climate, Valencians like to spend their time outdoors. Head to the Jardines del Turia, the dried out bed of the River Turia, and enjoy exploring the 9 km sprawl of lawns, paths, fountains and sculptures. Another favourite with locals and visitors is the Biopark: an eco-friendly, educational space housing a range of wild animals and authentic-looking makeshift African scenery. If you prefer your nature mixed with architecture, the Museo de Bellas Artes is a bright and spacious semi-outdoors museum, featuring the Roman Mosaic of the Nine Muses; an impressive collection of altarpieces from the late Medieval period, and several works by masters of the Valencian Impressionist school. Relax on one of Valencia’s blue flag beaches such as Las Arenas, Malvarrosa or El Cabañal - but for a wilder location, explore El Saler and the coastline of the Albufera natural park, a short taxi or bus ride from the city.

Eating and Drinking

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It would be criminal to visit Valencia and not try its most famous dish: the world-renowned paella. The city gave its name to Paella Valenciana, the classic meat version, mostly often made with rabbit or chicken, though paella de marisco made with fish and the vegetarian paella de verduras are also widely available. Paella is typically a mid-day meal, eaten before 5pm - so make sure you enjoy it no later than the locals if you want the real deal. Accompany it with an Agua de Valencia, a mixed drink of orange juice and Cava, and finish off your meal with a Llet merengada, a Catalonian milk-based dessert flavoured with lemon and cinnamon. Valencia’s nightlife is a legendary mix of house, techno, cocktails and rooftop dancing, though there is still plenty to enjoy for those who like a quieter evening out. Night owls should head to the Barrio del Carmen with its riotous mix of bars and clubs.

Getting Around

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Valencia is an easy city for visitors to navigate, with a straightforward metro system over five lines and a comprehensive bus and tram network. Tickets are available for a variety of durations, and it is a cheap and simple way to get around. Valencia is also flat enough to get around by bike, and the city operates a public bicycle rental service called Valenbisi: bikes can be picked up and dropped off from over 250 locations in the city and the system is reasonably priced. The centre of the city can be easily explored on foot and it is nice to go wandering through the Old Town. A trip to the City of Arts and Sciences or the City Beach require public transport, but there are regular buses available, as well as a tram line, and the City of Arts and Sciences is at the Alameda Metro Station.

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10 Excellent
May 2016

Great apartment, lots of good outdoor space on the upstairs balcony and in the back terrace, and quite a big apartment generally. Very close to the beach. Overall a good place to spend a weekend.

10 Excellent
May 2016
Double Bedroom to Enjoy the City

Excellent landlady. Immer hilfbereit unkompliziert und sehr gastfreundlich. Gute Anbindung an Flughafen (Metro 3 oder 5) und Bus (35 oder 6). Ci ha messo subito a nostro agio (nos hemos sentido enseguida como a casa) e fornito prezio...

10 Excellent
April 2016
Lovely Apartment Well Located

Alojamiento muy bien ubicado, limpio y espacioso, sobre todo el salón. Sin lugar a dudas repetiríamos. Buen anfitrión.

8 Very good
March 2016
Cozy Studio in the Center (Torres Quart)

Had a very nice stay in the studio late Feburary, the accommodation is very centrally located to explore the old town with numerous bars and resaturants within a short walk. Raul was a great host and offered suggestions of where to visit...

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