Valencia is the third most populated city in Spain and has experienced significant growth over the last few years in terms of visitors, exhibitions, conferences, and events. This is due in part to the renovation of the city’s historical centre – one of the largest in Europe, the new conference centre, Spain’s first natural urban spa, and the creation of new cultural sites, such as the City of Arts and Sciences and the Valencia Opera House. On the top of that, Valencia has played host to the 32nd America’s Cup Edition and events as Moto GP and Formula One racing.
Enjoy Valencia’s sand beaches washed by the Mediterranean sea, plenty of sun (an average of 300 days per year and average yearly temperature of 19ºC), monuments, museums, history, Biopark Cabecera, natural reservoir – La Abufera, well-known gastronomy, and more than 20 prestigious golf courses. In March, Las Fallas fiesta brings the streets of Valencia alive with fireworks, music, street performances, and parades.
Discover Valencia – “land of flowers, light, and love.”
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