Hotels in Valencia
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Melia Plaza Valencia
Valencia 97 yd from city centre
Thanks to its unbeatable location in the square which is also home to the City Hall, the Meliá Plaza is the most centrally...
Valencia 173 yd from city centre
This hotel lies at the heart of Valencia close to the town hall square and the main train station as well as within 50 m...
Valencia 206 yd from city centre
Hotel Europa is a very simple but clean and comfortable Hotel with the best central location anyone can ask. Rooms are spacious...
Sweet Hotel Continental
Valencia 218 yd from city centre
The hotel is located at the heart of the city of Valencia, 110 m from Ayuntamiento Square. It is 450 m away from the train...
Valencia 260 yd from city centre
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a reception hall. At...
Valencia 261 yd from city centre
The Hotel Mediterraneo is a comfortable hotel located in the city centre of Valencia next to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento (Town...
Book your cheap hotel in Valencia
As Spain's third-largest city, Valencia offers a thriving culinary and cultural scene without the bravado of its bigger brothers, Madrid and Barcelona. Located on the east coast with wonderful Mediterranean beaches at its fingertips, Valencia strikes the perfect balance between beachside holiday and vibrant city nightlife.
You can find cheap and affordable accommodation easily in Valencia, with options to stay in bustling city spots or quieter suburbs.
Neighbourhoods of Valencia
Valencia’s neighbourhoods have much to offer. Here’s what to expect:
- Ciutat Vella: Valencia's historical quarter holds many of the city's treasures, including the Cathedral, Llotja de la Seda, old Arabic-influence architecture and a labyrinth of cobbled streets.
- Russafa: Valencia’s very own hipster district, this corner of the city's new town consists of lively bars, coffee shops, boutiques, art galleries and restaurants, as well as must-try Turkish and Moroccan specialties.
- Northern & Eastern Valencia: Sprawling away from the Turia river, this is where you'll find the main art gallery, football stadium and universities.
What to see and do in Valencia
Valencia's main draws are cultural, historical and culinary. From world-class architecture and museums like the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Museo de Bellas Artes and Museo Nacional de Céramica, to stunning historical sites like the Catedral e Valencia and Inglesia de San Nicolás, there’s always something to see and do in Valencia. What's more, when you're exhausted, there’s plenty of “lazy” activities too - from beaches to aqua parks.
What to eat in Valencia
Valencia is a strong gastronomic culture, renowned as the birthplace of paella. Traditionally cooked with chicken or rabbit, the seafood paella here is also noted for its freshness. Other standout dishes include Spanish omelette, calamari, tapas, fartons, black rice (arròs negre) and fideuà (like a noodle-based paella).
Typical events and festivals in Valencia
Valencia’s festival and events itinerary is non-stop throughout the year. However, the city is particularly renowned for its religious festivities, art and cultural events and, more importantly, Las Falles. Fallas takes place from 15 - 19 March and celebrates Saint Joseph with citywide parades, parties and prizes.
How to move around in Valencia
Valencia's public transport system consists of a number of buses which run into the early hours, a tram (which is ideal for beach and port access) and a metro. Ride hailing and bike share schemes are also available.
The climate in Valencia
Expect near-perfect weather throughout the year, with sweltering summers and mild winters.
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Valencia is a great city for outdoor excursions, whether waking, cycling or sailing. The marina in particular is the hub for all water-based activities with boat-bound sunset views being spectacular.