City breaks to Valencia
Situated in the east coast of Spain, Valencia is a perfect city break destination as it has a warm sunny climate, great beaches, delicious food and amazing nightlife. Book a city break to Valencia today with Club Travel for the best deals on flights, hotels and accommodation. Take a city tour around this vastly historic city to see all the cultural sights. Valencia is the birthplace of the classic dish Paella; however there is much more great food to be enjoyed on your city break to Valencia. Visitors to this city are enchanted by the music, the food and the culture. Valencia is one of the most popular cities in Spain for tourists to visit. Book today with Club Travel for great deals on city breaks to the Spanish city of Valencia.
Hotels in Valencia
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Sights and things to do in Valencia
Valencia FC stadium and museum tours are available if you are not lucky enough to be attending a football match at the majestic Mastella Stadium.
Jardins Del Turia a lovely place to relax, walks, jog, skateboard or cycle.
The City of Art and Science is an ultra-modern museum, opera house, planetarium, cinema all in one venue.
Central Market a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. This huge market sells fresh seasonal produce.
Food and drink
The most famous food to come from Valencia is Paella, which is now popular all over the world. Much of the cities food has rice as an ingredient including arroz Caldoso which is like a stew with a pastry crust. Being a coastal city fresh seafood features heavily on the menus in the city’s restaurants.
Nightlife in Valencia
Valencia nightlife is renowned for being very lively and often goes all night and into the next day. Pubs and nightclubs in Valencia only get going late at night due to the tradition of eating dinner late. The partying really only starts to get going after 11;00pm when everyone has finished eating. Barrio del Carmen, Canovas and Aragon are popular areas of the city to go out.
Valencia Airport is also known as “Manises Airport” and is 8km west of the city centre. The airport is connected to the city centre by Metro which takes 15mins.
Weather in Valencia A mild coastal climate, never too hot and never too cold. Max summer temperatures are in the mid-twenties while in winter the lowest temperature is around 8°C
Electricity The standard European 220Volt two-pin round pronged plugs.
Currency Spain uses the Euro
Valencia Time is one hour ahead of Irish time. +1GMT
Visa requirements Irish Citizens travelling to Valencia do not require a visa as Spain is a member state of the E.U.