Hotels in Valencia, Spain
- your base to discover the city.
Whether it's the fireworks and epic street party of the Las Fallas festival or the optional bikini-top policy on many city beaches, Valencia is a festive place. The third-largest city in Spain, Valencia still feels like a welcoming town. Paella, oranges, and El Cid, are only half of the picture; from the gothic St. Mary of Valencia cathedral, which claims to house the Holy Grail, to the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences with its opera house, the city offers visitors world-class food, architecture, and culture. It's a good idea to book accommodation in Valencia early as more and more visitors are enjoying its parks and palm trees, sunny beaches, and medieval ramparts.
There are lots of things to do in Valencia
. The city's Silk Exchange (La Lonja) is counted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. To experience the area's natural beauty, make use of car rental services in Valencia
and head to L'Albufera
, a lovely salt-water lake and nature reserve that hosts large numbers of migratory birds. Take a boat trip at sunset before returning to enjoy the city's nightlife.