About València

Valencia is a vibrant and historic city located on the east coast of Spain. Known for its stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, and innovative gastronomy, Valencia offers something for everyone. Visitors can explore the stunning architecture of the City of Arts and Sciences, stroll through the winding streets of the old town, or sample delicious local cuisine at one of the many tapas bars or restaurants. Valencia is also home to a lively nightlife scene, with plenty of bars, clubs, and live music venues to choose from. With a mild climate and a welcoming atmosphere, Valencia is the perfect destination for your scientific workshop. We look forward to welcoming you to our city!

Here’s the list of 10 activities you can do in Valencia, along with links to websites where you can get more information about each of them:

1. Visit the City of Arts and Sciences: This architectural and cultural complex is a must-visit in Valencia. You can find more information on the official website: [City of Arts and Sciences]

2. Explore the Old Town of Valencia: Discover the history and culture of the city while strolling through the Barrio del Carmen. [More information]

3. Valencia Beaches: Enjoy the sun and sea at the beautiful beaches of Valencia, such as Malvarrosa Beach. [More information]

4. Bike Tour in Turia Gardens: The old Turia Riverbed has been transformed into an extensive park with bike paths. [More information]

5. Visit the Central Market: Explore the diversity of local products in one of the largest markets in Europe. [More information]

6. Enjoy Local Cuisine: Try Valencian dishes like paella or horchata at local restaurants. [Horchata][Paella]

7. Valencia Museum of Fine Arts: Discover an impressive art collection at this museum. [More information]

8. Oceanografic Valencia: Explore the Oceanografic, the largest aquarium in Europe, located within the City of Arts and Sciences complex. It’s a fascinating place to learn about marine life from various ecosystems. [More information]

9. Visit Albufera: This natural park is famous for its natural beauty and sunsets. [More information]

10. Bioparc Valencia: Immerse yourself in the natural habitats of various animals at Bioparc Valencia. This unique zoo is designed to recreate the animals’ native environments, providing an immersive and educational experience. [More information]

These links will provide you with detailed information about each activity and help you plan your visit to Valencia.