Valencia is a fabulous place to visit for sure, positively bursting with night-life, arts, culture, shopping, not to mention the great beaches nearby.
Important trade Fairs confirm Valencia's position as one of the most dynamic cities in Spain, as does the spectacular City of Arts and Sciences, a newly constructed area of the city boasting extravagant architecture.
A Mediterranean ecosystem with unspoilt dune beaches, forests, rice fields and a huge lake where you can enjoy boat trips.
This is where the paella was invented.
A historical pearl in central Spain. An incredible cathedral and numerous other Roman churches, an impressive Alcazar, and a picturesque Old Town together make up a UNESCO World Heritage site, declared in 1985.
Without a doubt one of Spain‘s most well-known and well-loved culinary delights, is the paella.
The origin of authentic paella was a dish cooked in open-air around the lake Albufera of Valencia.