Learn Spanish in Valencia when you are on vacation and practice speaking the language with the friendly locals!
Common touristic activities involve taking a tour ride on one of the open-air bus style carts around the city.
The Turia Fountain in the Plaza de la Virgen lies just outside the Basilica giving the area a lovely and relaxing atmosphere listening to the water flowing vibrantly.
Sharks have always frightened me but I can feel myself at ease at this Oceanografic City of Arts and Sciences Aquarium when I look into the water!
This football stadium is where the famous team, Valencia Club de Fútbol, originate. Football fans will escpecially enjoy visiting Spain during football season!
There is so much diversity in the architecture found in Valencia ranging from classic Renaissance to ancient/nouveau Gothic.
Ducks mind their own business in their habitat at the Oceanografic in Valencia!
This cute penguin has still not found his soulmate to spend eternity with! Don't give up on love!
At the Oceanografic, you can watch the dolphins swim in synchronization! They are so cute and talented.
This landmark is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Europe and the most important tourist destination in Valencia!
Dolphins are great performers when they are well trained by professionals! Book a ticket at the Oceanografic in Valencia and get to create new and unforgettable memories!
I love swans so much as they are extremely elegant and sophisticated animals.
The aquarium at the City of Arts and Sciences shelters the most beautiful and unique sea creatures from around the world!
You cannot visit Valencia without trying its famous traditional dish, the Seafood Paella! It truly is such a delicious meal with the most divine aroma and flavour!
Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia is the Port Authority Base of the city's port.
Valencia is known for its beautiful historical landmarks and monuments that preserve its rich culture.
Traditional Valencian cuisine includes the world-renowned paella, which is a spiced rice dish with seafood, chicken, or rabbit!
Near the famous Roman Bridge in Valencia, you will come across this fun park designed for kids to play and be entertained!
At the Mercado Central, you can find a huge variety of fresh safe food and drink from Spain offered for sale.
In the summertime, mornings are still cool and fresh. Wake up early and take advantage of the day and have a delicious breakfast at a local Valencian restaurant.
Bioparc is a famous park in Valencia known to attract many adults as well as children to enjoy the atmosphere and surroundings.
The most popular landmark in all of Valencia has to be the Palace of the Marques de Dos Aguas. This magnificent building is home to the famous Ceramics Museum too!
The nightlife in Valencia is so lively and vibrant that tourists who are sightseeing all day can enjoy their evening without the stress.
Take a walk in the Plaza de la Virgen in Valencia when you are on vacation in Spain and witness the beautiful attractions around the plaza!
This thirsty duck can drink from the water it's swimming in because it is clean and safe to consume.
Valencia is known for its world-renowned Oceanografic aquarium that features so many species from different climates and habitats.
The City of Arts and Sciences is such a famous tourist attraction in Valencia and has the most modern and unique architecture in the city!
The nightlife in Valencia is lively and fun with great friendly people all around! Enjoy a classic margarita at the bar one evening with your friends after dinner.
In Valencia, one of the top 10 visited landmarks is the famous Palacio de Marques de Dos Aguas which costs only 3 euros to visit!
Nature in Valencia is abundant and beautiful creating a lovely and relaxing environment for those who visit the city for the first time!
The Oceanografic City of Arts and Sciences is a famous tourist attraction in Spain and is one of the most entertaining and enlightening activities to do in Valencia.
Fish swim all over the aquarium, but there are some types of fish who like to swim way at the bottom!
The interior of the Palacio de Marques de Dos Aguas is fully furnished and ornately designed to the detail! You should definitely include this in your things to do in Valencia!
This is one of Valencia's most famous landmarks in Spain and is situated near the Silk Exchange (Lonja) building shaped like a castle in a mosque.
These cute fish feel at home in this created aquarium marine environment at the Oceanografic!
It is definitely worth it to visit Valencia when you have free vacation time with your family for an unforgettable experience!
It would be worth paying a visit to Oceanografic when exploring the city of Valencia this summer with you children to witness the talented swimming dolphins!
The Valencia Dolphin Show is one of the most popular events in the city of Valencia featured in the Oceanografic Ciy of Arts and Sciences.
Did you know that only male seahorses carry babies? I found this bit of information pretty cool and interesting.
Crab is one of the most common seafood consumed in the world, apart from the basic fish of course!
So many marine ecosystems are illustrated in the Oceanografic City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia for everyone to witness and explore.
There are so many summer activities you can do at the beach in Valencia including diving, swimming, windsurfing, going for a boat ride, and more!
Seals are very funny looking and these particular ones were so fun to watch as they swam in the clear waters!
The most interesting exhibits can be found displayed in the Palace of the Marques de Dos Aguas in Valencia. It truly is worth taking a tour and exploring its rich culture.
Enjoy the lovely and luscious nature that the city of Valencia has to offer its inhabitants when you visit Spain!
Scuba diving in the sea is one of the many activities you can do when you are in Valencia this summer.