Valencia is considered Spain’s stronghold for art and science. The modern metropolis is home to Spain’s best planetariums, an oceanarium and contemporary art museums. Valencia combines medieval buildings and Gothic architecture with the modern world.

Art and Science in Valencia

  • Valencia's main tourist attraction is the large science and culture park, which is one of the top 12 best places to visit in Spain.
  • The Oceaneum is not only an architectural masterpiece, but also the largest aquarium in Europe, home to sharks and dolphins, among other things.
  • At Valencia Bioparc, the city's zoo, you can visit various African animals and spend a relaxing day with the whole family.

History of Valencia

The Lonja de la Seda, Valencia’s silk exchange, is often used as a venue and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Another historical landmark are the Serranos Towers from 1392, from where you have a fantastic view of the city.

You can find flights to Valencia with Ryanair.