Destination ValenciaDestination Valencia

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Between the central town squares of Plaza de la Reina and Plaza Virgen you will find the area which, in the local vernacular, is called La Seu. This area houses a large proportion of the historical sights of Valencia. The cathedral, the octagonal church tower of Miguelete and the Capilla del Santo Cáliz are certainly sites worth visiting.

La Lonja

If you only have time to take in one sight, make sure you visit the old silk fair of La Lonja. This has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996 and is one of the most famous Gothic constructions in the world. Address: Plaza del Mercado.

Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia

The newly renovated art museum is one of the best things Spain has to offer. Here you will find works by Goya, Velázquez, José Ribera and Sorolla. Address: 9 Calle San Pío V.

Las Fallas en Museum Fallero

A small museum with permanent and temporary exhibitions about Valencia’s own mega festival that takes place every year from 12 to 19 March. This is a kind of festive revolution in which the population makes fun of those in power and other personalities. Address: 4 Plaza Monteolivete.

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