Valencia combines its rich historical legacy and the most absolute modernity. The city of Valencia is located in the center of the Spanish Mediterranean coast.

Valencia is the third most important city in Spain and it counts more than 800.000 inhabitants. It is also considered one of the most important tourist areas of the country.

The variety of landscape, the cultural and historical heritage, the local holidays and celebrations and the gastronomic culture make of Valencia a land to be visited.

Thousands of tourists come to Valencia every year. They come to visit “La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias”, a futuristic architectonical complex; las Fallas, Valencia’s tradicional celebrations; the historical old part of the town; the parks and gardens such as the old Turia’s bed that was transformed in 10km of urban gardens...