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Valencia Travel Blogs And Travel Guides (2020 Trip Planning)

by Chloe Gunning
Valencia, Spain
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So you’re planning a trip to Valencia but don’t know where to start? My Valencia travel blogs will definitely help. 

Whether you’re planning to spend one day in Valencia or a week exploring the old town and beyond, there’s a lot to take into account. You need to think about transport, where to stay, find some great tours and activities, as well as research the best places to eat. Many first-time visitors stick to the historic city centre, but there’s more to this city than it’s ancient cathedral. 

Cocktails on Valencia beach

Cocktails on Valencia beach

Even before my trip, I felt like it was an overwhelming task, as it’s a city that offers SO much. For starters, it’s quite big, and works as both a city break and a beach break. Why choose when you can have both?! 

I spent a week experiencing all that the city has to offer. I went in search of the best food, tried out some of the top activities and tours, and enjoyed a relaxing stay at a wonderful apartment, a short walk from the city centre.

L'Umbracle, Valencia

L’Umbracle, Valencia

I visited with no agenda other than to soak up as much information as I could on how to build the best city break. I returned and wrote a series of Valencia travel blogs, covering a number of different angles.

City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia

City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia

I’ve written about everything from where to go for the best views and whether you should bother spending money on the Valencia Tourist Card, to how to take public transport, and the best things to do in Valencia to make your trip totally unforgettable.

Spain’s third largest city has SOOO many highlights, and I tried my best to get around as many as possible, including Valencia Cathedral, Mercado Central (Central Market) and the beach. I explored the city’s vibrant neighbourhoods seeking out the most colourful and creative street art. I even wandered the promenade and feasted on an enormous paella! ALL IN THE NAME OF RESEARCH! I promise! 

So continue scrolling to read my Valencia travel blogs, which are packed full of information, travel tips and suggestions to make the most of your visit.

Valencia Travel Blogs & Travel Guides (2020)

After an incredible city break, it's time to share all my Valencia travel blogs with you! If you have any questions, don't forget you can always email me or leave a comment below.

Valencia Cathedral

Valencia Cathedral

I hope my Valencia travel blogs help you plan the ultimate city break.

If you want to check out any of my other travel guides about Spain, you can find them all here: Spain Travel Blogs.


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