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Avenida Cortes Valencianas, 46, Valencia, 46015, Spain
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Valencia cf

by kop-queen

We are staying in Valencia for 4 nights next week and apart from 1 day when we go to Villarreal for the match with Liverpool we will be in and around the city. We would like to see Valencias stadium on one of the days - do they offer stadium tours? If so can we go on any day or is it open only on certain days? Will Valencia be playing any friendly games at home next week or is it too early as I think they have only just returned to training?

On the other days we will probably mix a little sight seeing with a beach trip but on the whole it should be a relaxing trip in the sunshine!

Any suggestions on what is not to be missed would be welcome - not along the lines of museums or too much culture though please :)

KQ

Re: Valencia cf

by suvanki

Hi! Some things to do might be a climb up Micalets 207 steps for a 360 degree view of Valencia. This is part of the Cathedral, where you can also see 'The Holy Grail' and the severed arm of St Vincent. We enjoyed the Bus turistico-12 euros for a tour around the city, which takes you to the futuristic looking Arts and Sciences park with its waterworld - Oceanografic- the largest in Europe. We didn't have time to look around here, instead we got a taxi to the beach Playa de los Arenas, and enjoyed the beachside bars as well as a stroll along the sandy beach.

Please check out my and other VTers Valencia pages for some more things to see and do.
Have A Great Trip!
Sue x

Re: Valencia cf

by activi

Valencia CF will be out of Spain for the next week

http://217.116.5.146/PaginaPrincipal/index2.asp?idioma=2

i couldn't find if they have stadium tour...

they are currently building a new one, but there is little to see yet.

Here is a map with the most important things to see in Valencia, and the location of the stadium
http://tinyurl.com/5v5l84

I agree that you can stay in the beaches of Valencia if you want, they are wide and clean, the water is not clean enough to get a 'blue flag' (a quality mark given by UE eand renewed every year) but are absolutely safe for swimming.

El Saler has a more natural environment, is in Vlaencia but quite outside of the city and getting there by public transport is more complicated.

If you have a car, on of the best beaches in Valencia are nearby Sagunto and Canet (beaches are far from train stations).

I woudln't pay too much attention to Valencia museums, only oceanografic at the CAC complex is interesting.
http://www.cac.es

Re: Valencia cf

by kop-queen

Many thanks for those tips. That view sounds petty spectacular so I may well brave the climb. Can't wait now, just need to pack a few t shirts and we'll be ready to go. If I manage to finish the chores at home I will spend a bit of time scouring the tips pages.

KQ

Travel Tips for Valencia

FERIA VALENCIA - THE TRADE FAIR GROUNDS

by MaheshSamtani

Valencia is the capital city of the Comunidad Valenciana autonomy, which is a very industrial region producing a huge variety of products and services. Most of these are exhibited and projected to the commercial channels through Feria Valencia. The biggest fair grounds in the whole country. In time, Valencia was a pioneer with the trade shows and still hosts some of the most important trade fairs that are held in the country, bringing in a enormous amount of people visiting the city on business. The installations, which are the best of its type in the country, have been very recently renovated and offer quality, comforts and profits to its visitors.
The fair grounds can be very easily reached by public transport, which include, bus and tram services till the door.

Chocoholics beware!

by nhcram

The Spaniards love their churros and chocolate. The churros which resembles donut mixture is dipped into the thick sweet chocolate. Normally eaten at breakfast and early evening.
Absolute heaven if you are chocoholic!!

Water

by Conflictrealms

I know it seems obvious, But you really do need lots of water while walking around Valencia. If you havn't been here before, then please don't forget to carry plenty of water! While there is plenty of shade due to the tall architecture, these buildings seem to also make the atmosphere stuffy and humid!

The botanical garden

by Edu_G

The botanical garden has more than 200 years of history, it's the anciest garden in the city. Created in 1802 by the valencian naturalist Antonio Jose Cavanilles, was used in the beggining for experimenting with new plantations. There are more than 7000 species, including trees, palm trees, bushes, tropical flowers. If you have university card the entrance in free, otherwise the price is only 30cents of Euro (very cheap if you compare with the 6 euros of Madrid's). Because of this cheap price is a great place just for walking, reading and sharing your time with the trees and the many many beautiful and friendly cats that live inside.

Vueling.com

by belgianchocolate

With a brand new airplane we arrived at
'Valencia' from Brussels. It is cheap safe and
works like a low budget company.

You book the tickets from the internet and
print them yourselves. It was an airplane
with 180 seats. The first time I was able to
pick the seats myself in advance.
So on both flights we had leg space at the
emergency exits. Tickets get more expensive
when the plane get fuller. Check for promotions.

Drink are not for free , and no food served.

The terminal at Valencia
is near the city center...

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