What’s so special about Valencia?

Valencia is famous for its celebratory spirit, especially in March. Every year the city comes alive with Las Fallas – a traditional celebration which consists of burning massive cartoonish statues throughout the city and involves a days-long party to commemorate the onset of spring.

What is the city of Valencia known for?

Valencia has been called the city of the 100 bell towers, of which the most outstanding are the Gothic Miguelete Tower (1381–1424), adjoining the cathedral, and the hexagonal Tower of Santa Catalina (1688–1705), a fine example of Valencian Baroque style.

Is Valencia a romantic city?

Is Valencia good for honeymoon?

What to Do on a Romantic Trip to Valencia? Couples' things to do in Valencia open the door to a true paradise of romance and adventure, from stunning city views to historic buildings and picturesque harbours. A boat tour of the coast offers the romance of champagne together as the sun sets on the horizon.

Is Valencia a party town?

Valencia's party hubEl Carmen is Valencia's most famous nightlife area, found in the northeast part of the Old Town. The narrow streets of El Carmen are jam-packed with bars, cafés, shops and nightclubs, with much of the action found along Calle de Caballeros.

Why do people go to Valencia?

View All Trips. Though it's often overlooked in favour of Barcelona or Madrid, Valencia has plenty going for it. Located on Spain's east coast, the 2,000-year-old city boasts wide sandy beaches, striking architecture, a buzzing food scene and culture, without the crowds found in other large Spanish cities.

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