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  • Cheapest Flights to Valencia: Find affordable flights to Valencia using our flight search tool. Compare prices and book your tickets hassle-free.
  • Insure Your Trip: Ensure peace of mind with travel insurance. Protect yourself against unforeseen circumstances with comprehensive travel coverage.
  • Rent a Car in Valencia: Explore Valencia and its picturesque surroundings at your own pace. Rent a car conveniently online and visit nearby attractions like the Albufera Natural Park and charming coastal towns.
  • Book Your Tours: Discover the best tours and experiences in Valencia. From exploring the City of Arts and Sciences to tasting traditional paella, plan your itinerary with trusted local operators.
  • Essential Things to Pack: Prepare for your trip to Valencia with our packing checklist. Don’t forget items like sunscreen, a hat, comfortable walking shoes, and a swimsuit for beach days.

Some History First

Immerse yourself in Valencia’s fascinating history, from its Roman and Moorish roots to its golden age as a Mediterranean trading hub and modern cultural renaissance.

Valencia Today

Experience the modern vitality of Valencia today. Explore its historic old town, futuristic architecture, beautiful beaches, and bustling markets that blend old-world charm with contemporary flair.

Is Valencia Safe?

Valencia is generally a safe city for tourists. Exercise standard precautions and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas, especially around tourist attractions and public transportation.

Where is Valencia?

Located on the eastern coast of Spain, Valencia sits along the Mediterranean Sea.

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What is the Best Time to Visit Valencia?

The best time to visit Valencia is during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) when the weather is pleasant and there are various cultural events. Summer (June to August) can be hot, while winter (December to February) is mild.

How to Get to Valencia & Around

  • Flight: Fly into Valencia Airport (VLC) from major cities in Europe and beyond.
  • Airport Shuttles: Convenient airport shuttle services are available to transport you to the city center.
  • Public Transport: Valencia has an efficient metro, bus, and tram network for getting around the city. Purchase a rechargeable transport card (Valencia Tourist Card) for unlimited travel.
  • Taxis & Uber: Taxis are readily available, and Uber operates in Valencia.

Things to Do in Valencia

Discover top attractions and activities in Valencia, from visiting the City of Arts and Sciences and the historic Silk Exchange to relaxing on the beaches of Malvarrosa and El Cabanyal.


Where To Stay In Valencia

Find the perfect accommodation in Valencia, ranging from luxury hotels in the city center to budget-friendly hostels near the beach.

What To Eat In Valencia

Indulge in the flavors of Valencian cuisine. Don’t miss trying the authentic paella, fresh seafood, and horchata (a traditional drink made from tiger nuts).

Entry & Exit Requirements

Check visa requirements and entry regulations based on your nationality before traveling to Spain. EU citizens do not require a visa for short stays.

What To Pack For Your Trip

Pack essentials including travel documents, lightweight clothing for warm weather, comfortable walking shoes, and a camera to capture Valencia’s beauty.


The official currency of Spain is the Euro (EUR).

While Spanish is the official language, many locals in tourist areas speak English.

Tipping is appreciated for good service. Leave a small tip (5-10%) at restaurants if satisfied with the service.