Valencia Travel Guide

Valencia is one of the three provinces composing the Valencian Community, a region located in the West of Spain by the Mediterranean sea.

The city of Valencia is one of the main business focuses of the Mediterranean, it has become a renowned European Congress Centre as well as an important venue for trade and fairs. Valencia is also undoubtedly a cosmopolitan city and can be the perfect place for commercial and cultural exchange.

Deeply linked to the sea since its foundation, Valencia’s relationship with the sea is as strong today as it has been in the past. Thanks to this maritime tradition, to the city’s experience in celebrating important events and also to the support from the Spanish government, Valencia has been selected among other 65 cities in the world, as the Host City of the 32nd America's Cup. Valencia has been chosen due to its reliable weather conditions, which will help to avoid delays in the competition, and to its project for transforming the commercial port area into a race village.

This beautiful Mediterranean city tempts the visitor with its mild temperatures, its delicious cuisine, its celebrations and cultural events. Among the main appeals of the city we may mention “Las Fallas” festival which takes place in March, the famous “Paella Valenciana”, a traditional rice dish, and the City of Arts and Sciences, a zone devoted to leisure, education and technology with amazing buildings and museums.

You can reach Valencia from Madrid using the new high speed train AVE. If you fly to Valencia you can hire a car at Valencia airport to travel in the region.

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