Panoramas in Valencia | What places to visit?
For many years, the capital of the region of Valencia has been a standard-bearer in tourism for Spaniards and foreigners alike, who choose to spend a few days at one of its exclusive and central hotels and marvel at everything this city has to offer: a vast cultural, gastronomical and leisure offering that will not disappoint even the most exacting visitors seeking a blend of fun and entertainment with the most interesting historical places.
The fabulous weather and location make Valencia one of the top Mediterranean destinations. It is an ideal city to explore on foot, since its most interesting sights such as the Cathedral or its main squares are within easy walking distance, and it is possible to organise a visit of Valencia in just a few hours. Interesting places in Valencia include its North Station, or the highly recommended and authentic Barrio del Carmen quarter with its picturesque houses. A wander around the Turia Gardens and a visit to the City of Arts and Sciences are not to be missed by anyone wishing to explore Valencia and its stunning surroundings.