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    Port Saplaya

    Port Saplaya

    Looking for a quiet getaway near Valencia? This picturesque port town with its colourful houses and seafront boulevard is the perfect choice!

    City of Arts and Sciences

    City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia

    The City of Arts and Sciences is an unmissable attraction for fans of museums and architecture. Set aside at least two days for your visit because there’s plenty to see at this avant-garde complex!

    Fallas Festival

    Flights to Valencia

    Imagine a cosmopolitan city on the Mediterranean coast, brimming with fascinating history and culture, along with futuristic architecture and modern art. Add 300 days of sunshine, 15 km of sandy beaches, four Michelin-starred restaurants and great hotel facilities and there you have it: welcome to Valencia!

    Valencia is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy a city break with beautiful beaches. Whether you choose to stroll through the historic centre, hop on a bike to visit a few museums, take a closer look at the city’s street art or sample some incredible Mediterranean food, you’ll soon see why Valencia is such a popular destination.

    Can’t wait to start planning your trip? Book your flight to Valencia with Brussels Airlines!

    What to do in Valencia?

    1. Enjoying a dish of paella is bound to be on your list, but did you know that this well-known local speciality tastes even better with a sea view? With panoramic views of the Mediterranean, you’ll love the restaurants on Las Arenas beach. Wherever you end up, you’re sure to be impressed!
    2. The City of Arts and Sciences is an unmissable attraction for any first-time visitors to Valencia. It consists of 6 futuristic buildings, designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, and boasts some of the most impressive architecture in Spain.
    3. The old river bed of the Turia has been converted into a leafy garden which is 9 km long, connecting the Parc de Capçalera with the City of Arts and Sciences. Explore the garden by bike or simply stroll along the riverbanks which are home to many museums, monuments and bridges.
    4. Take a boat trip at sunset on the Albufera. This beautifully blue freshwater lagoon offers the perfect backdrop for stunning photos.
    5. Skyline Valencia Castle
    6. El Miguelete” is the city’s most iconic tower and is well worth a visit. Climb the 207 steps of the spiral staircase to reach the top of this bell tower, where you’ll have an impressive 360° view of the city. You won’t regret it!
    7. The Fallas festival in March is probably one of the most unusual and spectacular sights you’ll ever see – it has to be seen to be believed. Enormous and exuberant papier mâché statues fill the city for an entire week as part of satirical and humorous parades, while fireworks are let off in front of the town hall every day. At the end of the festivities, the statues are burnt by their creators; they then start all over again in preparation for the following year!
    8. Valencia was profoundly changed by the economic, social and cultural revolutions of the golden age of the silk trade. Follow the city’s own Silk Road by visiting the Velluters district, the Silk Museum, the Silk Exchange (Lonja de la Seda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and Valencia’s typical dress shops.
    9. There’s no better place to try the popular drink horchata. This drink, which is made from chufa (nutsedge), can be served with breakfast or enjoyed on its own. Treat yourself to a sweet treat too: ask your waiter for fartons, a local pastry – great for dipping in your drink!

    Practical information for your trip to Valencia

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive at and depart from Valencia Airport, 8 km west of the city centre.
      • Airport transfer taxi services are widely available. There’s also a regular bus line (MetroBus) which takes you to the city centre in 45 minutes and a shuttle bus service (Aerobus) which links the airport and the city centre in just 20 minutes. Two underground lines (3 and 5) also connect the airport and the city centre.
    • Current local time in Valencia:  
    • Currency: Euro
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The country dialling code is +34. Wi-Fi is widely available in Valencia.
    • Electric sockets: Type F, 230 V/50 Hz. UK and US visitors should bring adapters.
    • Travel information: Spain is a full Schengen member. Non-EU citizens need a valid passport with at least 6 remaining valid months. Make sure that children travelling with you have their own passport or ID card. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: for more information.
    • Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required to visit Spain. For more health information visit:

    When to go to Valencia?

    Valencia is popular with visitors throughout the year. If you like it warm, but not too hot, plan your stay from April to June, or late-September to November, when the weather in Valencia will be mild (15-20°C). For cooler weather, visit in the off-season – January and February. The sunny blue skies remain, and the temperature is around 9-10°C. To bask in full summer heat, come during July to mid-August, but be aware that some shops and restaurants will be closed from mid-August to September.

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