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City Breaks in Valencia

From its thriving nightlife to its striking architecture – vibrant Valencia is the ideal choice for anyone seeking a dose of sophistication on their next city break.

While Valencia might only be Spain’s third largest city, this destination has plenty for visitors to uncover. Once the capital of the Old Kingdom of Valencia, it has an extensive history worth delving into as well as a strong culture. Whether you want to spend your time making the most of the city’s museums or taking a stroll around its historic neighbourhoods, you won’t be short on things to do. Valencia is easily walkable, and you’ll find that you can take in the major sights of the city on foot or on a bike.

For those craving sand and sea, Valencia boasts several city beaches. Playa de Malvarrosa and Playa e Levante are located just north of the port – hop on a tram and you’ll be within close reach of somewhere to lay down your beach towel and top up your tan.

Top places to see in Valencia

El Carmen

One of the most popular areas of the city, Valencia’s old town is where much of its famed nightlife takes place. You’ll also find alluring architecture, museums and art galleries – perfect for those in search of culture. El Mercado Central, Valencia’s famous old market, can also be found here.

Valencia marina

Valencia’s marina is located directly next to the city’s main beach, Las Arenas. With boats bobbing along the shoreline and a sprawling coastline to explore, it makes for a great spot for a lengthy stroll. Climb aboard a boat for a day trip, or take part in one of the many water sports.

El Cabanyal

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city’s tourist areas is where you’ll find the neighbourhood district of El Cabanyal, giving you a taste of local Spanish life. Worth a wander, there are many architectural delights to be found, with Gaudi-inspired buildings located on every corner.  


Hotels in Valencia

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 409.39

per person

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Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 674.59

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 436.08

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 469.54

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 533.16

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 420.40

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Best Things to Do in Valencia

Exploring Valencia…

Go shopping

Valencia is a shopper’s dream, with numerous high-street stores and designer shops situated around the city. In among the cobbled streets of the old town, you’re likely to find chic boutiques as well as quirky independent shops selling local handicrafts and leather goods. For a real treat, make the visit to the central market. Built in the 1920s, the art nouveau market is one of the largest in Europe and makes for camera-worthy views as well as a great shopping experience.

Spend a day at the museums

There are a number of museums in Valencia on a wide range of subjects, with most giving you a glimpse into the city’s interesting history. The Museum of Fine Arts boasts a wide collection of 16th and 17th-century art, while the National Ceramic Museum is a real feast for the eyes. Visit the Museum of the history of Valencia and you’ll learn about the city through engaging interactive exhibits.

Embrace the city’s festivals

This part of Spain loves its festivals – from raucous street parties to religious celebrations. Time your visit to coincide with the March Fallas Festival and you’re in for a treat. This unique celebration involves every neighbourhood in the city as they make large papier-mache statues for display. The statues are then ceremonially burnt. Experience live music, vibrant parties and colourful firework displays.

Sightseeing in Valencia

There are a number of notable sights to be found in Valencia, due to its vast history. Valencia cathedral should be top of your to-do list with its gothic style and stunning architecture. Take a trip up the adjacent Micalet tower for a beautiful view of the city.

Visit the La Lonja de la Sada for a glimpse into the city’s industrial history, the site of the local silk trade. Designated as a UNESCO landmark, it has recently been refurbished and is worth a look for its beautiful interior vaulting.

 

Food and drink in Valencia

Cuisine in Valencia

Valencia is known for its excellent cuisine, and you’ll find many delicious dishes to devour on your getaway. While you’re likely to stumble upon tapas bars in the city, there are many restaurants serving up local flavours – from traditional meat stews to delectable desserts.

With its close proximity to the coast, it’s no surprise that seafood is particularly popular in Valencia. Arros a Banda is a traditional fisherman’s dish, made with fish stock and prawns, served on many menus throughout the city.

For those with a sweet tooth, Arnadi is a popular treat. The dessert is a sweet golden cake baked with almonds and sugar and made from crystallised pumpkin and sweet potato, sugar, almonds and cinnamon.

Restaurants in Valencia

You won’t be short of places to eat in Valencia, whether you’re looking for traditional eateries or stylish modern bistros. While there are many authentic restaurants to be found in the city, you’ll also come across many high-end eateries boasting Michelin stars and the latest food crazes, as well as a range of international cuisines. Traditionally, paella is served up between the hours of 2pm-5pm and not at dinner time, so don’t miss out on a Valencian classic on your visit.  

Going to Valencia with easyJet holidays

Whether you’re looking for a dose of sunshine on your next city break, or enthralling history and culture, Valencia should be next on your to-travel list. Explore its iconic sights, make the most of its many museums or go souvenir shopping – there’s more than enough to keep you occupied.

Booking your holiday to Seville with easyJet holidays is the perfect way to enjoy your next city break without the hassle. You’ll save on your trip when you book your flight and hotel together with easyJet holidays too.

Not quite ready to book Valencia? Have a read of our other city break destination guides for more inspiration. You could be jetting off somewhere special soon.


City Breaks in Valencia

From its thriving nightlife to its striking architecture – vibrant Valencia is the ideal choice for anyone seeking a dose of sophistication on their next city break.

While Valencia might only be Spain’s third largest city, this destination has plenty for visitors to uncover. Once the capital of the Old Kingdom of Valencia, it has an extensive history worth delving into as well as a strong culture. Whether you want to spend your time making the most of the city’s museums or taking a stroll around its historic neighbourhoods, you won’t be short on things to do. Valencia is easily walkable, and you’ll find that you can take in the major sights of the city on foot or on a bike.

For those craving sand and sea, Valencia boasts several city beaches. Playa de Malvarrosa and Playa e Levante are located just north of the port – hop on a tram and you’ll be within close reach of somewhere to lay down your beach towel and top up your tan.

Top places to see in Valencia

El Carmen

One of the most popular areas of the city, Valencia’s old town is where much of its famed nightlife takes place. You’ll also find alluring architecture, museums and art galleries – perfect for those in search of culture. El Mercado Central, Valencia’s famous old market, can also be found here.

Valencia marina

Valencia’s marina is located directly next to the city’s main beach, Las Arenas. With boats bobbing along the shoreline and a sprawling coastline to explore, it makes for a great spot for a lengthy stroll. Climb aboard a boat for a day trip, or take part in one of the many water sports.

El Cabanyal

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city’s tourist areas is where you’ll find the neighbourhood district of El Cabanyal, giving you a taste of local Spanish life. Worth a wander, there are many architectural delights to be found, with Gaudi-inspired buildings located on every corner.  


Hotels in Valencia

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 409.39

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 674.59

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 436.08

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 469.54

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 533.16

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Valencia | Costa del Azahar | Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double room, Room only

£ 420.40

per person

VIEW THIS HOLIDAY

Best Things to Do in Valencia

Exploring Valencia…

Go shopping

Valencia is a shopper’s dream, with numerous high-street stores and designer shops situated around the city. In among the cobbled streets of the old town, you’re likely to find chic boutiques as well as quirky independent shops selling local handicrafts and leather goods. For a real treat, make the visit to the central market. Built in the 1920s, the art nouveau market is one of the largest in Europe and makes for camera-worthy views as well as a great shopping experience.

Spend a day at the museums

There are a number of museums in Valencia on a wide range of subjects, with most giving you a glimpse into the city’s interesting history. The Museum of Fine Arts boasts a wide collection of 16th and 17th-century art, while the National Ceramic Museum is a real feast for the eyes. Visit the Museum of the history of Valencia and you’ll learn about the city through engaging interactive exhibits.

Embrace the city’s festivals

This part of Spain loves its festivals – from raucous street parties to religious celebrations. Time your visit to coincide with the March Fallas Festival and you’re in for a treat. This unique celebration involves every neighbourhood in the city as they make large papier-mache statues for display. The statues are then ceremonially burnt. Experience live music, vibrant parties and colourful firework displays.

Sightseeing in Valencia

There are a number of notable sights to be found in Valencia, due to its vast history. Valencia cathedral should be top of your to-do list with its gothic style and stunning architecture. Take a trip up the adjacent Micalet tower for a beautiful view of the city.

Visit the La Lonja de la Sada for a glimpse into the city’s industrial history, the site of the local silk trade. Designated as a UNESCO landmark, it has recently been refurbished and is worth a look for its beautiful interior vaulting.

 

Food and drink in Valencia

Cuisine in Valencia

Valencia is known for its excellent cuisine, and you’ll find many delicious dishes to devour on your getaway. While you’re likely to stumble upon tapas bars in the city, there are many restaurants serving up local flavours – from traditional meat stews to delectable desserts.

With its close proximity to the coast, it’s no surprise that seafood is particularly popular in Valencia. Arros a Banda is a traditional fisherman’s dish, made with fish stock and prawns, served on many menus throughout the city.

For those with a sweet tooth, Arnadi is a popular treat. The dessert is a sweet golden cake baked with almonds and sugar and made from crystallised pumpkin and sweet potato, sugar, almonds and cinnamon.

Restaurants in Valencia

You won’t be short of places to eat in Valencia, whether you’re looking for traditional eateries or stylish modern bistros. While there are many authentic restaurants to be found in the city, you’ll also come across many high-end eateries boasting Michelin stars and the latest food crazes, as well as a range of international cuisines. Traditionally, paella is served up between the hours of 2pm-5pm and not at dinner time, so don’t miss out on a Valencian classic on your visit.  

Going to Valencia with easyJet holidays

Whether you’re looking for a dose of sunshine on your next city break, or enthralling history and culture, Valencia should be next on your to-travel list. Explore its iconic sights, make the most of its many museums or go souvenir shopping – there’s more than enough to keep you occupied.

Booking your holiday to Seville with easyJet holidays is the perfect way to enjoy your next city break without the hassle. You’ll save on your trip when you book your flight and hotel together with easyJet holidays too.

Not quite ready to book Valencia? Have a read of our other city break destination guides for more inspiration. You could be jetting off somewhere special soon.