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Valencia

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Barrio Carmen District

Valencia is not hurting for nightlife, and the Barrio Carmen district is one of the city's hippest neighborhoods.

See & Do
Plaza de la Reina

The Plaza de la Reina is a charming introduction to Valencia's Old Town. The 13th-century Valencia Cathedral is on the corner of the plaza.

Plaza de la Reina, Valencia, Spain

 
See & Do
Bullfighting Museum

Museo Taurino or Bullfighting Museum is devoted to the history of the sport. Here you can experience the costumes, the myths and the bravery.

Pje del Doctor Serra 10, 46004 Valencia, Spain

 
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Beach

Valencia is blessed with its very own beach. It's 10 miles long, very wide and right there on the Mediterranean Sea.

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The Cup of the Holy Grail

Many cups have been declared the Holy Grail, and one happens to be in Valencia's cathedral.

See & Do
City of Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Sciences is a stunning cultural complex so out of this world that it makes the word modern seem old-fashioned.

Av del Instituto Obrero de Valencia, 46013 Valencia, Spain

 
Sleep
The Palau de la Mar

This boutique hotel is located on the outskirts of the historic district. Most of the rooms surround a Zen-like courtyard with boxed gardens.

Calle Navarro Reverter 14-16, Valencia, Spain

 
Eat
Café del Duende

Located on a quiet neighborhood street off the well-traveled path, Café del Duende is a hot spot for live music.

Calle del Turia 62, 46008 Valencia, Spain

 

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