10 Things to do in Valencia, Spain Travel Guide

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Join us as we visit Valencia, Spain in this travel guide covering top things to do in the city, the best attractions to consider and local Valenciana food worth sampling. We felt this was one of the most liveable cities in terms of great local cuisine, markets geared more towards locals than tourists and plenty of green spaces to explore. We also loved the old quarter featuring fascinating architecture.

10 Things to do in Valencia City Tour | Spain Travel Guide: (València)

Intro – 00:01
1) Eating Tapas in Valencia – 00:31
2) Silk Exchange (Lonja de Seda – Llotja de la Seda) – 03:03
3) Explore the Old Quarter (Ciutat Vella) – 04:19 + Bell Tower of Valencia (El Miguelete) – 04:37
4) Horchateria de Santa Catalina (Horchatería Santa Catalina) – 04:55
5) Valencia Cathedral and Holy Grail (Iglesia Catedral-Basílica Metropolitana de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora de Valencia – Església Catedral-Basílica Metropolitana de l’Assumpció de la Mare de Déu de València) – 06:23
6) Eating Paella Valenciana in Valencia – 07:33
7) City of Arts and Sciences (Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències – Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias) – 11:13
8) Bike ride through Turia Park Valencia (Jardí del Túria – Jardín del Turia) – 12:11
9) Valencia Mercado Central (Mercado Central de Valencia – Mercat Central) – 13:44
10) Valencia at Night – 14:11
Outro – 14:20

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Our visit Valencia travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to Valenciana cuisine and Spanish food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting cathedrals, pizzerias, the old town, quirky neighborhoods and museums. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won’t find in a typical València tourism brochure, Valencia itinerary or Valencia, Spain city tour also known as València España.

10 Things to do in Valencia, Spain Travel Guide Video Transcript: (València)

Continuing our travels through Spain, our next stop was Valencia.

Located along the coast, Spain’s third-largest city is renowned for its mild climate, futuristic constructions and paella.

We’ll spent most of our time in Valencia was mostly spent eating, but when we weren’t restaurant hopping or snacking our way through markets, we were exploring the city on foot and the destination quickly rose to the top.

In this Valencia travel guide we’re going to take you guys on a tour of the city and show you some of the things you can do on your visit.

After lunch we were ready to go sightseeing around Valencia. Our first stop: the Silk Exchange.

We went on a walk around the Old Quarter without much of a plan in mind. We saw some street art browsed through a few shops, and randomly stumbled across the narrowest building in Europe – that’s the terracotta.

Since the tower was closed, we decided to stop by Horchateria Santa Catalina to try a drink that you either love or hate: horchata.
This cold milky-looking drink is made with chufas, better known as tiger nuts in English.

Our next attraction was Valencia Cathedral, which is home to a Holy Chalice that has been defended as the true Holy Grail.

If there’s one dish that we had to try in Valencia, it was paella. Many non-Spaniards view paella as Spain’s national dish, but Spaniards will tell you this is a regional Valencian dish.

The City of Arts and Sciences, is a cultural and architectural complex that looks quite spacey and futuristic.

The complex itself is made up of various structures including a domed-glass garden that’s filled with palm trees, the planetarium, an interactive science museum, an aquarium, an opera house, and a plaza designed to hold concerts and sporting events and Turia Park.

But paella wasn’t all we had at the restaurant. We also ordered fideuá.

We had a food adventure in Valencia’s Central Market. Although this is primarily a place to buy your fresh fish, vegetables, meat, and fruit, you can also find some stands that sell smaller snacks and traditional Spanish dishes.

To wrap up our trip to Valencia, we’ll leave you with a few nighttime shots of the city washed aglow. We hope you enjoyed this Valencia travel guide and that it gave you a few ideas of things to do around the city.

This is part of our Travel in Spain video series showcasing Spanish food, Spanish culture and Spanish cuisine.

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33 comments

  1. Ana Casanova 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Todas las maravillas actuales de Valencia, se han hecho gracias a políticos,inteligentes, soñadores y futuristas. Los cuales tuvieron muchas críticas durante años.
    La misma acción que los faraones de Egipto,y ahora disfrutamos de las pirámides.

  2. Ana Casanova 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Con las tapas ya no se come más todo eso es para 6 personas, picar solo, no podréis con la paella.
    Con la chufa y las almendras se hace "leche" buenísima para las diarreas y problemas de estómago, hígado e intestino. Es buenísima.Bebida de reyes de Valencia.

  3. 123benny4 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    The paella I had in Valencia was awful. Loved the Turia Gardens and the futuristic architecture. Loved biking along the park. Went to a jazz performance, and the Spanish don't know jazz. You have to be careful when taking the train there're two stations. Having a beach really was appealing.

  4. GONSOMETAL 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Inglés

    La Fideuá is not from Alicante, it is originally from Gandia, a small tourist town 65 km south of Valencia along the coast. In the area of ​​Alicante is typical "Arroz a banda" is like Fideuá but with rice. In the Valencian Community there are many different dishes with rice, but the most famous is paella. Greetings from Spain, I really liked the video, you are very nice and friendly, you will always be welcome.

  5. LamBart 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    horchata is great when it's not overly sweet. as for the cathedral, i never went inside and never want to pay for it (even the holy grail's not worth it). i opt for entrance-free churches instead where you can go inside, sit quietly and observe the rituals and i'm not even religious. for art and history, i'd just go to museums instead and even if you have to pay it's not much and it's totally worth it. the turia park is great for jogging and it's my favorite spot to do so. during warmer months there are usually free concerts, and now that there are berklee students they sometimes host their own concerts there too.

  6. Luis A. Enriquez Garcia 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Muy buen video! Visite valencia en septiembre y fue toda una pasada! Muy buena lista🥰 hice un pequeño video también sobre mi visita 🥰🥰

  7. Beata Aleksiejuk 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Amazing video about Valencia ! I love that city. nd your travel channel is great ! 😀
    I also made videos about amazing Valencia for my Youtube channel 😀

  8. Little Owl Loves 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Thanks for this vlog! We're going for the first time in September and I absolutely can't wait 🥰😘

  9. Cynthia Fong 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Can you tell me the name of the restaurant that you have in paella the est you eat at video 7.33 ?
    Do we need to buy ticket if we just walk outside the art and science museum?

  10. Atulya Kumar 24 March, 2020 at 21:22 Reply

    Hey Samuel and Audrey superb video and can you please tell us the name of the restaurant where you tried Paella?

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