The third largest city in Spain, Valencia is very different from its older kins, Madrid and Barcelona. And I think it’s the perfect city with the best of both the worlds – old and new.
On one end, you can indulge in the medieval period’s history and culture, on the other you can enjoy the best beach and cruise parties. We were in Valencia for three days and we had the best time of our lives in this amazing Spanish city. We visited Valencia during the Fiesta festival when the whole city was partying till 4 am in the morning and we went along with the flow.
Again, I did my research before planning my three days in Valencia and I covered most of the places in the old and new town including Plaza De La Reina, Virgin Square, Valencia Cathedral, Holy Grail, Miguelete bell tower and Plaza De Toros.
One day out of my trip, I kept for the Valencia beach fun, where I went to La Malvarossa promenade, sunset cruise, and some of the most happening beach clubs. I kept my visit to City of Arts and Sciences Centre and Oceanarium for my last day in Valencia, where I went after coming back from Al Bufera, a quiet and calm beach near Valencia.
I have shared all the tips and tricks related to the conveyance, price, entry tickets, bookings, budget and more which I followed during my travel in Valencia in my vlog below. So, do take a look!
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