As you cruise the Spanish Mediterranean, you'll find that Valencia lives up to its nickname - the City of Arts and Sciences. Avant-garde art and modern buildings blend surprisingly well into the ancient buildings that have adorned Valencia for centuries. As you explore this distinct town, be sure to try the local paella. The silk market, "La Lonja de la Seda," is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And a soft white sand beach is the perfect place to relax. Plus, it's home to Europe's largest aquarium, a big public park, and a beautiful botanical garden. A comfortably mild year round climate make this an ideal place to start any Mediterranean cruise that may also visit Barcelona, Malaga, Cannes, Lisbon or even Morocco. Contact us when you're ready to start planning your adventure to Valencia!
Highlights of Valencia, Spain The bold identity of Valencia is one of appreciation of its ancient past and a sharp eye to a modern future. Among the things to see and do in this buzzing metropolitan city are:
Exploring the Old Town, where you will see La Lonja de la Seda (the Silk Market) - named a UNESCO World Heritage site.