World-famous festivals and delicious Mediterranean cuisine await Valencia hotel guests. A food connoisseur’s dream come true, Valencia offers authentic paella in the Malvarrosa beach area––or enjoy a glass of the famous Agua de Valencia at a cafe. From the sights of Torres de Serrano and Torres de Quart, to the multiple exhibits and avant-garde architecture at La Ciudad De Las Artes y Las Ciencias, or “City of Arts and Sciences,” endless attractions are available for your enjoyment. Animal lovers especially can’t miss the L'Oceanogràfic park and aquarium, with over one million square feet of water exhibits and more than 500 species of animals on display. There are also plenty of restaurants and shops—particularly along the Mission District’s Valencia Street—near our accommodations.
Every March, Valencia hosts the brightly colored festival of Fallas: Three full days of festivities include fireworks shows, parades, and the highly anticipated “Night of Fire.” And the infamous La Tomatina festival, where thousands of Spaniards come to throw ripe tomatoes at each other, is held every August in nearby Buñol. For more relaxing entertainment, guests should visit the many pristine Spanish beaches––all within a few miles of your Valencia hotel’s rooms.