Valencia, a thousand plans in a destination full of light and magic

By | 25 August, 2021 | 0 comments

Valencia offers a wide variety of interesting plans and attractions, making it a city that is always worth visiting. Now is the time of the fallas, which sadly will have to be held behind closed doors. However, Valencia is still a very interesting destination to visit at this time as it offers the perfect combination of tourism and relaxation on the beach.

Hospes has prepared an interesting tour with the attractions that you can not miss:

  1. Bioparc Valencia

BIOPARC Valencia is known for being one of the best animal parks in the world. It offers the incredible experience of being able to enter wild nature habitats where animals live in social groups typical of their species and in coexistence with other species. A plan for both adults and children, if you like animals, you can not miss this unique experience that is only appreciable in the wild nature.

Click here for more information.

  1. Central Market of Valencia

The spectacular nature of the Central Market is undeniable. It is worth visiting the market and take the opportunity to do some shopping or snacking, as you will find high quality products and good genre. This market is one of the most attractive and visited buildings in the city of Valencia. It is, undoubtedly, the most representative building of the Valencia that at the beginning of the XX century advances towards the technological and mercantile progress and feels proud of the agricultural potential of its orchard.

3. Silk Exchange and the Santos Juanes Church

Next to the market is the Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange) and the Church of Santos Juanes. It is amazing how these three points of cultural interest are perfectly integrated!

  1. Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

Located next to the Turia riverbed in Valencia, the city of arts and sciences shines by its own name. Its architecture makes it a fascinating place, a different place that inspires and is recognized worldwide. If you go to Valencia this is a must visit.

Click here to learn more about the expositions, workshops and events it offers.

  1. Oceanografic

The Oceanografic is located in the City of Arts and Sciences, and is well worth a visit as it is the largest aquarium in Europe. The largest marine complex in Europe offers a journey through the seas and oceans of the planet, taking visitors to the most unique marine ecosystems.

Click here for more info and for buying your tickets.

  1. Cathedral of Valencia

The Cathedral of Valencia is located in the Plaza de la Virgen, next to the Basilica of the Virgen de los Desamparados, in the historic center of the city. It is worth a visit to admire its dominant Gothic style, although it also has elements of Baroque, Romanesque, Renaissance and even Neoclassicism, since its construction took several centuries.

  1. Natural Park of la Albufera

It is located only 10 km from the city and it is worth going there to spend the day in the middle of nature. There you can see the best sunsets, take a boat ride and disconnect from the city to immerse yourself in nature.

  1. Malvarrosa Beach

It is the most famous and well known of all the beaches of Valencia. You always want to take a swim and spend the day at the beach, especially having it so close to the city. The promenade has many restaurants where you can have lunch or dinner.

  1. Enjoy the best Spanish Rice

Chef Carlos Julian, Ampar Restaurant, Guía Repsol

Ampar Restaurant 

Ampar Restaurant is known in the city for its impeccable gastronomy. You will be able to taste local gastronomy with an innovative touch. Rice, in all its facets, shapes and flavors, vegetables and fruits are the stars of Valencian cuisine. The creations of its chef Carlos Julian, whose cuisine is based on the pampering of the product, in taking care of every detail and betting on getting the maximum flavor to each of the ingredients that make up their dishes.

They offer special experiences such as their Rice Days or Wine Tasting with Paired Dinner, among others.

Click here to see all the experiences they offer.

Where to Stay in Valencia

Hospes Palau de la Mar

Hospes Palau de la Mar

With an unbeatable location, next to the Turia gardens, Hospes Palau de la Mar is a listed mansion, a great manor house of the nineteenth century, which responds to the marine spirit and symbolizes the values of the city. Located in one of the most beautiful and central streets of Valencia, design, art and style come together and overflow with energy in this original enclave whose history awaits us to approach, with delicacy and mystery, the genuine and pure.

Enjoy the Spa – An oasis in the heart of Valencia

Spa Bodyna Hospes Palau de la Mar

The Hotel Hospes Palau de la Mar offers you the Bodyna Spa. It is divided into two areas: the treatment area, located on the second floor with direct views of the cozy courtyard-garden of the hotel, and the wellness area, in the lower part of the main building, with excellent facilities: indoor pool-jacuzzi, where a bathing cap is required, Turkish bath, sauna and fitness area, as well as a changing room and shower area.

Discover the Bodyna Experience Massages and Treatments 

Discover the Gastronomic Experiences

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