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Valencia attracts with its sea, good food, and modern architecture. In Spain's third-largest city, there are activities and things to do for every taste: Whether a museum visit, a sightseeing tour by bicycle or Segway, or, more classically, a city tour: you definitely won't be bored here!
Maurizio MassaroBy Maurizio Massaro

5 Activity Ideas in Valencia

The best things to do in Valencia
Eating paella in Valencia | Pixabay
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Learn how to make a good paella

The paella, which has also gained some fame outside of Spain, is a typical Valencian dish. The region also has many other delicacies to offer beyond fish, meat, rice, and citrus fruits. For all those interested, culinary tours and cooking classes are offered in Valencia - undoubtedly special experiences that you won't forget anytime soon.
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Modern architecture in Valencia | Pixabay
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Discover the attractions of Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències

In the former riverbed of the Turia, the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències (Valencian, City of Arts and Sciences), a modern complex of parks and attractions, was built in the 90s. Here, for example, you can find the largest aquarium in Europe, the L'Oceanogràfic, as well as the opera and culture house Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía.
Valencia | Flickr: Nicolas Vigier Public Domain
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Explore Valencia by bike

The flat topography of Valencia is perfect for sightseeing bike tours: first along the sea, then for a coffee in the old town and finally through the Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias. You can easily book both organized bike tours through Valencia's attractions and rental bikes online in advance.
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Central Market, Valencia | Flickr: Jorge Franganillo CC-BY 2.0
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Visit the Mercado Central

The market hall of the Mercado Central is not only an impressive building, but also allows guests and locals to purchase local delicacies and goods. Visiting the Mercado Central, one of the largest markets in Europe, is among the best activities in Valencia - and it costs no money, so you can invest even more in the offered specialties.
Boat ride into the sunset | Flickr: Brianna Laugher CC-BY-SA 2.0
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Go out to sea

Sailing and boat tours, with or without extras, are among the most diverse cruises offered from Valencia. For every time and money budget, the right trip can be booked here. Adventurers will also find kayak, stand-up paddle or jetski tours starting from Valencia's beaches.
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Valencia with the family

Activities for the whole family in Valencia

In Valencia, there is much to experience with children, such as the interactive zoo of Valencia, the Bioparc, where you can meet some of the 250 living animal species without bars. In the Parc Gulliver there is a huge lying statue of the protagonist from the well-known book so that children can feel like the residents of the country Liliput when climbing around the playground.
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The main attractions of the old town of Valencia

Evidence of Gothic architecture in Valencia
Torres de Serranos | Wiki Commons: Pere López CC-BY-SA 3.0
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Torres de Serranos

The historical landmark of the city is the medieval main gate of the city from the 14th century, which is formed by the two Gothic towers. At 33 meters height, the Torres de Serranos are remnants of the demolished city wall.
Gothic Valencia Cathedral | Pixabay
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Valencia Cathedral

The Gothic Valencia Cathedral in the northern part of the old town has an octagonal dome and an also octagonal bell tower called El Miguelete.
Silk Exchange of Valencia | Jaume Meneses CC-BY-SA 2.0
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Lonja de la Seda

The Silk Exchange has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1996. In the historic building, which is one of the best attractions of the Valencian old town, changing exhibitions also take place.
Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias | Pixabay

Attractions in the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències

In the dried-up former riverbed of the Turia, this architectural ensemble is located, which was created in the 90s with the aim of combining a planetarium, science museum, aquarium, and opera house in one place. The City of Arts and Sciences is now a modern landmark of Valencia and houses some of the best sights in the city.
Pont de l'Assut de l'Or and Àgora | Wiki Commons: Mister No CC-BY 3.0
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Pont de l'Assut de l'Or

The highest point of Valencia is the 125-meter-high peak of the suspension bridge next to the Àgora.
L'Hemisfèric | Pixabay
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L'Hemisfèric

L'Hemisfèric is a 3D IMAX cinema that mainly shows popular science works. The eye-catching building is inspired by a human eye and is surrounded by a 20 km² water area.
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Valencia Science Museum | Pixabay
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Prince Philip Science Museum

The Prince Philip Science Museum is located directly next to the Hemisfèric and presents exhibits from the natural sciences on three floors, in an appealing and interactive way. The impressive building was inspired by the skeleton of a whale.
Entrance to L'Oceanogràfic | Pixabay
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L'Oceanogràfic

The largest aquarium in Europe was opened in 2002 and displays 45,000 animals on 110,000 m², including dolphins, reptiles, and birds. The attraction is perfect for a family day out, where both young and old can fully immerse themselves in the underwater world.
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía | Wiki Commons: Wolfgang Pehlemann CC-BY-SA 3.0
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Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía

As a modern opera and concert house in Valencia, this spectacular building offers cultural events in four different auditoriums. But not only the performances are worth seeing here: the surrounding area with water and green spaces also represents an interesting tourist attraction.
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Maurizio Massaro
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