Do you have plans for Easter? We want to suggest you a cool plan that you cannot miss in Valencia from 17 to 19 April, the first edition of the SanSanFestival, three days of concerts of indie pop and electronic music . Are you looking for a hostel for SanSan Festival[…]
Saint Valentine’s day is a very special date for lots of couples that love to celebrate this day but do you know the origin of this day? It is a traditional celebration of Anglo-Saxon countries that has been spreading worldwide and today is known as the Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day[…]
The city of Valencia offers a maritime paradise that few cities in the world can offer. The beaches are mainly of fine golden sand that leads to a large influx of people, but because of the general width of about 150 yards from the promenade to the sea and several kilometers along the Mediterranean Sea, there is always enough space for everyone.
Horchata is a drink, and its main ingridient is the tiger nut, a typicall tubercle of the valencian gardens. It’s the valencian drink par excellence. The ideal way to taste it, it’s on a terrace during summer time with a Fartón (a tipicall bun you dunk in the Horchata). Order the drink normal, with crushed ice or mixed.
Valencia’s Albufera is the natural park of Valencia. You’ll find it only 20 km away from the city. The name has its origen in the arabic language “al-buhayra” and it means little sea. This name makes sense as it is Spain’s biggest lake.
Quick tips for packing light for backpacking in Europe: here you have a few tips for your travel to Europe if you are planning to visit main cityes.
What to visit in Valencia? Valencia is a bustling city on Spain’s warm, welcoming Mediterranean coastline. It is the third largest city in the country in terms of population (only Barcelona and Madrid are larger). Over the past few decades, a building boom has turned this once quiet coastal town[…]
In the summer, Valencia is synonymous with music festival. With the coming of the beach months, the music scene becomes an absolute protagonist in the Valencia region.
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona. While its two bigger sisters steal much of the tourism limelight, Valencia has quietly risen through the ranks and is now a worthy contender.
Are you prepared for Valencia? Enjoy your best days in Home Hostels Valencia If you stay in our hostel you’ll meet international and young people, and of course a nice staff who will be always glad to help you! Enjoy the “Hostel Experience in Valencia”