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[…]
Free Walking Tour Every Day Tour given by independent, international friends absolutely free. Do you want to see Valencia and learn about its history and stories ? We will take you on a 2 HR FREE WALKING TOUR of the city. We take you round the famous sites of Valencia and[…]
Home Youth Hostel is next to Valencia Central Market, a nice place to visit during your holidays in Valencia. Valencia Central Market is also known as the “Cathedral of the Good Taste”, an urban amphitheatre, a monument erected to support life, human contact. Come and enjoy this vintage accommodation centrally located!
Valencia Silk Market (La Lonja de la Seda) is an old building for silk trade very important in the Middle Age. It is placed just next to Home Hostels Valencia in the City Centre. This charming building is a visit that you cannot miss!!
Hemisferic was the first building in the City of Arts and Sciences to open its doors to the public. The amazing building was inaugurated in 1998 and has an ovoid roof over 100 metres long and a large sphere hosting a 3D cinema.
The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is an extremely large complex devoted to scientific and cultural dissemination distributed in five main buildings: the Hemisfèric (IMAX cinema and digital projections), the Umbracle (a landscaped vantage point and car park), the Prince Felipe Science Museum (an innovative centre of interactive[…]