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L'Oceanogràfic is an oceanarium situated on the dry Turia River bed to the southeast of the city center of Valencia, Spain, where different marine habitats are represented. It was designed by the architect Félix Candela and the structural engineers Alberto Domingo and Carlos Lázaro.

The L´Oceanogràfic in Valencia, Spain, is the biggest aquarium in Europe.  It has 45,000 resident creatures from 500 different species.

Its well worth the visit!

The City of Arts and Sciences is a cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia, Spain. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.

The building's architecture is known for its geometry, structure, use of materials, and its design around nature. The building is about 42,000 square meters, of which 26,000 square meters is exhibition space, making it the largest in Spain

Stunning place to visit!

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Bioparc Valencia is a 10-hectare zoo park in Valencia, Spain. It is owned by the City Council of Valencia and designed and managed by Rainforest. It has a large collection of African fauna.

Expect to spend around 2 – 3 hours exploring all the habitats and animals at Bioparc Valencia.

Must see for all the family!

Coves de Sant Josep offers its visitors a quiet boat ride along one of the most spectacular navigable underground rivers . The visit includes a 800-meter boat ride and a 250-meter walk.

The visit lasts approximately 40 minutes , with a constant temperature of 20ºC throughout the year . It represents the largest cavity in the province of Castellón and the second in the entire Valencian Community. It is the longest navigable underground river in Europe.

Stunning Trip!

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Bonaire is the largest commercial shopping centre in the Valencian Community.  Located in Aldaia, it has a total of 205 stores and an area of 135,000 square meters.

You can spend the whole day and evening there shopping and eating.



Heron City is a commercial centre featuring kids' play areas, restaurants, pub, bowling, cinema a multiplex and supermarket.

Great place for everyone!

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The city's jewel in the crown are the amazing beaches that are just as pretty as the ones in the best islands in Spain.  Colourful, vibrant and full of life: Valencia is the home of long stretches of golden-sand coastline that are easy to reach by public transport.

The Five Best Unspoilt Beaches Around Valencia City

  1. La Malvarrosa beach. The most popular beach in Valencia that attracts the most visitors is the one that is nearest to the city, La Malvarrosa. ...

  2. El Saler beach. ...

  3. Port Saplaya beach. ...

  4. Sagunto beach. ...

  5. Cullera, Northern Costa Blanca.

Porta De LÁigua is a restaurant situated 500 metres from the villa.  There is a restaurant that provides a ´Menu del Dia´ (menu of the day) or should you just want a snack, ice cream, coffee or drinks, they provide them too.

Just 50 metres from the restaurant is the Parc of San Vicencte where you can enjoy long walks along the lake or just relax.  Why not take a Picnic and enjoy a family day out.

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The town of Llíria is a medium-sized town off the CV35 motorway to the north of Valencia, Spain. Known as Edeta in ancient Iberian times, it is the musical capital of the region.  On October 30, 2019, Llíria was declared a Creative City in the category of Music by the UNESCO.
Under Llíria lie the ruins of what was one of the most important Iberian cities in Spain. The city was then known as Edeta and it was the administrative centre of Edetania, an extensive territory between the rivers Júcar / Xúquer and Palancia River [es] / Riu Palància.
Edeta was built on a hilltop known as Sant Miquel, which overlooks the modern city. The city was moved downhill to its current location by Quintus Sertorius after Roman troops destroyed the town in 76 BC.
Several thousand of Llíria's residents play musical instruments and the city is well known for its two intensely rival bands (wind orchestras). The first band, the "Banda Primitiva", was formed by a Franciscan friar Antoni Albarracín Enguídanos in 1819 and the subsequent band divided in 1903 to form the rival Unió Musical.
The Conservatory of Lliria is a public center created by the city council in the 1990s.

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