Flights to Valencia (ES)

Valencia, Valencia! Visit one of the most celebrated Spanish cities, lovely Valencia! The city is the 3rd largest in Spain and one of the largest in Europe. Valencia Airport offers extensive connections throughout Europe, as well as seasonal service to North America. The City of Arts and Science, boasting unique architecture, has become one of Valencia's main attractions and is home to a Science Museum, a Planetarium, an IMAX theater and an aquarium. Plans to add an Arts Museum are in the works and this is a place where many visitors find themselves drawn to first. Valencia's City Hall is a lovely piece of architecture located in the heart of the city and showcases the style of southern Spain. Be sure to try the paella, a seafood/rice dish that originated in the area and widely available throughout the city. Finally in the evening, relax on the beaches or go out for a night on the town and enjoy Valencia's vibrant, diverse nightlife. Come experience the charm of beautiful Valencia!

Spain is a western European country well known for its unique culture, diverse atmosphere and beautiful landscape. Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia are just a few of the popular destinations in Spain for those looking for world class shopping, fascinating museums and delicious dining. The climate is mainly warm and pleasant, although the far southern regions experience tropical conditions and the northern regions become quite cold in higher altitudes. The country has also become a popular destination for ecotourists due to its multiple opportunities for outdoor activities including whitewater rafting, climbing and surfing.
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Places of interest

  • Palacio de la Música
  • Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia
  • Valencian Museum of Ethnology
  • Valencia Cathedral
  • Silk Exchange

More info about your Valencia city trip

  • Valencia Tourist Information
  • Plaza de la Reina 19
  • 46002 Valencia
  • Tel. (+34) 963 15 39 31

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1. London-Valencia
30/11 - 04/12/2016 London-Valencia Turkish Airlines
2. Manchester-Valencia
24/03 - 08/04/2017 Manchester-Valencia KLM
3. Aberdeen-Valencia
01/11 - 25/12/2016 Aberdeen-Valencia Multiple Carriers
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4. Birmingham-Valencia
04/11 - 09/11/2016 Birmingham-Valencia Multiple Carriers
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5. Belfast-Valencia
12/11 - 01/12/2016 Belfast-Valencia Multiple Carriers
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6. Bradford-Valencia
07/12 - 11/01/2017 Bradford-Valencia Multiple Carriers
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7. Carlisle-Valencia
22/11 - 01/01/2017 Carlisle-Valencia Multiple Carriers
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8. Cardiff-Valencia
06/11 - 26/12/2016 Cardiff-Valencia Multiple Carriers
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Valencia has a Mediterranean climate which ensures really pleasant temperatures throughout the year. Spring is probably the most favourable time to visit the city. The weather is mild although most of the rainfall is experienced during spring. The summer months of June through September usually experience temperatures in the low 80dF, but this can rise to 86dF during July and August. Autumn can be rainy, but mild and pleasant and winters could still find people on the beaches.


Valencia is probably best known for its ceramics and many tourists buy examples of this art as souvenirs. Plaza Redonda is the place to go ceramics shopping. High street areas like Calle Colon or Calle Jorge Juan cater for those seeking the more expensive clothing, jewellery and shoes, but if quality is not an issue, then the Chinese shops found throughout the city are worth a visit. A street market with a mish-mash of stalls , but a really gorgeous beach setting is the Paseo Maritime.


Rice dominates Spanish dishes, and in Valencia it is found in stews, paella, oven-baked in ceramic dishes or in earthenware casseroles with an egg crust. Coastal areas will obviously find fish and other seafood dishes accompanying the rice, whereas meat takes preference in the mountain areas. Game, kid-goat, pork and lamb make great stews and dried meat, sausages and bacon can also be extensively served in these deliciously aromatic ollas.


The first thing to do in Valencia is to adapt to the Spanish interpretation of night time. Dinner is usually only eaten after 10pm and shops remain open until 9pm. Pubs serve drinks until 3am which is when clubs really start filling up, and partying goes on until 6 or 7am. The alleyways of the El Barrio del Carmen district are alive with pubs and clubs and partygoers dance from one to the other. The whole ritual is probably why clubs usually only open on weekends.

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