01234567890liArt science City (City of Arts and Sciences) is too ridiculous! The whole building with clear blue sky in the day, has been completely amazing! At sea species, although not much more special, the whole design, light treatment are doing very well and special dream. In addition, in a pool of the science city blue glass vessel, playing water polo, is also very comfortable oh
01234567890liValencia cathedral in 1262 started to build the traditional gothic style, it is located in the later to the mosque worship month god tiana Roman temple site. For real zaragoza on the west side of the square is a baroque style, and the south gate is the Roman style. The core of the building is not yet complete, in the 15th century octagonal tower, known as m gleit (Micalet). Cathedral in the small church with a tiny agate cup, the legend is the use of the holy grail of Jesus at the last supper.
01234567890liValencia and maritime silk exchange consulate located in the eastern Spanish valencia, is valentine west dish famous gothic buildings in the city. Silk exchange in 1482, built in 1482, initially used for silk trade (name) for the silk trade. Especially notable is the magnificent Sarah DE contra tower weng hall, was the trade place, this gothic masterpiece, reflects the see 15 century, a major trading city with rich and powerful.
01234567890liThe church was built between 1652 and 1667, is located in saint square, the outside walls of the pink and taper spire, has distinguishing feature very much, for the baroque style. Very famous local church, not very gorgeous, but characteristic is converted from the mosque, there are many paintings is characteristic. Many locals were married in the church.
小小可爱1931It's already dark when I come to Valencia, and I can only visit the next day. There are many landmarks worth visiting in the old town. The Virgen's Square is one of them. There are some small restaurants and cafes around it. It is one of the places for local citizens to relax. It is the birthplace of Valencia. The main building is the Saint The female church, the pink outer wall and conical tip, are very distinctive.
8 things you cannot forget on an unforgettable trip to valencia
Valencia is located in the eastern coast of Spain, and is the third largest city in the country. One of the greatest marks of the city is the coexistence of ancient structures and modern buildings. Flying or traveling by train, it takes 1 hour to arrive in the city, and 2-3 days is sufficient to explore the city.
Spain, occupying most of the Iberian Peninsula, is one of Europe’s best destinations. A magnet for those seeking simple charms, amazing cuisine, and incredible culture, Spain is a diverse country offering visitors multitudes. In this short travel guide, we’re going to delve into those can’t-miss cities and towns. These are the places you’ve seen in films or imagined as you thumbed through a novel by Hemingway. They live between the notes in a melody strummed on a flamenco guitar or in the smells and tastes of tapas. Spain’s bounty is open to all so come discover why this destination has for so long captivated writers, poets, and world travelers.
#holidayvacation Valencia is the capital of the autonomous community of Valencia and the third-largest city in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona, surpassing 800,000 inhabitants in the municipality. The wider urban area also comprising the neighbouring municipalities has a population of around 1.6 million. Valencia is Spain's third-largest metropolitan area, with a population ranging from 1.7 to 2.5 million depending on how the metropolitan area is defined. The Port of Valencia is the 5th-busiest container port in Europe and the busiest container port on the Mediterranean Sea. The city is ranked as a Gamma-level global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.
#tripaway This city stole my heart! modern and classic at the same time! Despite being on the Mediterranean Sea, even residents say that "Valencia has always lived with its back to the sea", meaning that the spirit and the core of the city is not necessarily integrated with its beach. The city center and the most visited neighborhoods are not particularly close to the beach. #valencia #spain #spaintravel #europe #europeantowns
This is not a tourist attraction. It is something that locals do. This is the traditional market of the community if Valencia. It is right across the station and is unique because here you can feel how the locals live and what they eat, also where they shop. Enjoy!
#valencia is the main city of Comunidad de Valencia in Spain. It is a wonderful city and almost every Spanish know this. The town is very modern and beautiful with tons if attractions. If you go prepare yourself at least 2 full days to explore everything. #spain #europe
Another city that take my breath away is Valencia. I was surprised the unique architectural and city design in this city. With a fresh air and nice locals, I instantly feel home. I can’t get enough walking around the city and enjoy my quality time being here. #merrychristmas
It's my 1st experience visit Valencia and the part people around here very helpfully and I like to stay here for a longtime if i have another chance
The feeling that the city of Valencia gives me is difficult to describe in words. It can be said that there are some contradictions, but it is harmonious in the depths of the soul. Modernization has been perfectly reflected in its technology city. Many science fiction movies have come here to shoot, but the old streets here are full of medieval phantoms. Walking in the shadow of the building seems to have hidden the kind of change. Quiet bricks and sediments, this old town seems to have only grown up and never matured. It still maintains the mysterious beauty of the human heart, and has produced dazzling new organs. In Valencia, you can smell an old, not decadent taste, and see a period of sleep and not hidden.
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain, the second largest seaport, known as the City of Sunshine in Europe. It is located in the southeast of Spain, with its sea in the east, backed by vast plains, evergreen seasons and pleasant climate. "A pearl on the west coast of the Mediterranean." It is a port and industrial city, and Valencia is the capital of the Valencian Autonomous Region and the Province of Valencia. Valencia holds the Faya Fire Festival every March. Valencia is connected to major cities such as Madrid, Barcelona and Zaragoza by rail and express buses.
Three Kings Day, a bit like our Children's Day, is a traditional festival in Spain. On January 6th every year, it is said that the three kings of the East are offering gifts to the holy baby Jesus. On this day, the children can make wishes and wishes to the three wise men of the East. Parents will give gifts to underage children when they want a gift. Although there is a Christmas gift, in Spain, it continues the tradition of giving gifts to the three kings of the East.
On the day of Valencia, it happened to catch up with the Three Kings Day. Many parents came out to sleep, all the way to the baby, and once again met the Three Kings Festival on the last day in Seville, a heavy rain. When I met unexpectedly, I thought I had spent it in the room. I suddenly heard the sound of gongs and drums and the crowd cheering. Looking out the window, there was a parade of floats, and I quickly packed up and caught up with a happy queue.
The crowds on the street are heading towards the floats. Most of them are parents celebrating the Three Kings Day with their children. They are very lucky to join this party.