Blue Moon Apartments

C/ Portal de Valldigna, 8, Valencia, 46003, Spain
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Budget accommodation in Valencia (city)

by SaraOh

Hi!

Me and a friend are planning to go to Valencia on the 27th of June to the 4th of July (7 nights). We're looking for somewhere quite cheap to stay, maybe a twin room at a hostel (no dorms), a cheap hotel or a small studio.

The Feet up Hostel is getting good reviews but I'm a little concered that it might be noisy.

Thanks for your help in advance!

/Sara

Re: Budget accommodation in Valencia (city)

by wonderdida

Hi!
I stayed at the Hotel Mediterraeno, which is close to Pla├ža Ayuntamento

Re: Budget accommodation in Valencia (city)

by Jawnuta

There is plenty of nice small hotels downtown and if you get there without making reservation they will give you a good "last minute" price.
We parked our car (July'07) in the underground parking and went to the first 3* hotel. They were all booked and gave us the map with few other hotels on nearby streets. We were lucky in the next one, Hotel Valencia 2*. You can find details in my Valencia tips. The hotels was really nice, great location, great price (AC, huge bathroom). When we went out that night we found many other 2* hotels with vacancy sign....if we knew, we could bargain even more.

Re: Budget accommodation in Valencia (city)

by SaraOh

Thanks! That hotel actually seems affordable for us. :-)

Travel Tips for Valencia

Torres de Quart

by Cool-123

Built in the 15th century by Pere Compte, Pere Bonfill and others, these towers were also one of the main gateways to the city. Although they were initially integrated in the Medieval city walls, they played a defensive role and have been used as a military prison and a munitions storeroom at various times.

Horchata de Chufas

by lichinga

This is a drink you will only find in alimited area within Spain, but the geigraphical origin of all the production is around Valencia.
"Chufas" are small, peanut-like, tubers whichg are grounbd and nashed in water and sugar: the final result is a milky, dense, whitish drink which is really nice and refreshing (when cold, in summer).
Try it whenever you find it, but spend some minutes in the "Horchateria de Santa Catalina", right-hand corner opposite to the Cathedral, with the church on your back. Small street, small entrance, but great value: try the Horchata and also the Churros de Calabaza (fried squash dough).

Valencia - UEFA Champions

by Conflictrealms

For those of you that do not know, Valencia is home to the UEFA champions. Many tourists in Valencia go to see a match. There stadium is close to the city centre. The photo was taken from my camera phone, in some bar in Valencia. It is signed by each of the Valencia Players.

Hypermarkets

by MaheshSamtani about Carrefour

The worlds second largest retail chain stores - Carrefour has an important presence in Valencia with aprox 10 stores you will find all that you can normally find back home at a supermarket. You might probably find them to be bigger in size over here and at pretty reasonable prices. Shopping in one of these strores is pretty comfortable as they are open from 9 in the morning till 10 at night. You have one just in front of the city of sciences. Any basics from eating to clothing

Harbour Cruise

by nhcram

Take a relaxing boat trip around Valencia's port, the biggest commercial port in Spain.
The price of around 10 Euro inluded a light lunch and the trip lasted for about an hour.
Ok if you like ports and shipping but I would have preferred to walk on the beach!
Walk to the port area and they are moored alongside the quay.

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