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Oceanogràfic de Valencia
Oceanogràfic de Valencia
L'Oceanogràfic is a family-friendly oceanarium packed with fun, fish and giant creatures of the deep from varying marine habitats. It is located in the eastern part of the city of Valencia, Spain.
Bioparc Valencia
Bioparc Valencia
Bioparc Valencia is an animal park designed under the concept of zoo-immersion, which aims to immerse all animal fans in recreated natural habitats. This cool concept lets you approach animals, vegetation, and landscapes like never before and without visual barriers. It is located in Valencia, Spain.
Mestalla Stadium
Mestalla Stadium
Mestalla Stadium is one of the oldest football grounds in Spain. Built in 1923, it's the famous home of La Liga side Valencia CF. Guided tours are available throughout the year, and include a museum visit, plus behind-the-scenes access to the locker rooms, and pitchside photo opportunities.
Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe
Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe
Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe is a science museum located in Valencia's famous City of Arts and Sciences, more popularly known as Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias. The museum has a working Foucault pendulum and dinosaur skeletons, and is located close to the cutting-edge Hemisfèric.
Part of Valencia's monumental City of Arts and Sciences, the Hemisfèric and its sister buildings look as if they were plucked out of a Sci-Fi utopia. Along with the city's science museum and the Oceanogràfic aquarium, the Hemisfèric is the final part in the trifecta of entertainment in Valencia's center. While the Hemisfèric's design is still pushing boundaries today, its opening goes all the way back to 1998. Speaking of opening, make sure you pay attention to the reflection of the building on the water; you'll see how it got its nickname as the 'Eye of Knowledge'. Inside, you'll find a colossal 900-square-meter IMAX screen showing educational films that push the limits of the medium and add a touch of novelty with 3D projections. Alongside the cinema, there's also a planetarium offering an insight into the universe.

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The Church of San Nicolás is an old Gothic temple in Valencia, Spain. Dating back over 700 years, it's one of the city's oldest parishes, and features spectacular Baroque decorations inside.
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Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The City of Arts and Sciences) is a cultural and architectural complex in the city of Valencia, Spain. It is the most important modern tourist destination in the city of Valencia and one of the 12 Treasures of Spain.
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Aquopolis Cullera is a waterpark located in Cullera, just 45 minutes from Valencia, Spain. The park features a variety of water slides and attractions ranging from extreme to moderate, and makes for a wonderful family day out for people of all ages.
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Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia is an opera house and cultural center in Valencia, Spain, designed by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. It opened on the 8th of October, 2005 and its first opera staging was of Beethoven's Fidelio, in 2006.
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The Ducal Palace of Gandia, whose origins date back to the 14th century, is one of the most important civil buildings of Valencia's civil heritage. In it lived the most universal Valencian family, the Borja. Inside we can find a range of different artistic styles as a result of its seven centuries of antiquity. Among its rooms, you will find its emblematic parade ground reminiscent of its Gothic origin, the impressive Mudejar style Crown Hall or its impressive Baroque style Golden Gallery.
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València's Silk Museum is located at the former College of High Silk Art, a charming amalgamation of Gothic and Baroque architecture dating back to the 15th century when the silk trade was a lifeblood industry. Visitors can delve into three centuries of history while admiring antique exhibits, including tools, looms, and beautiful hand-made garments. There's also a wonderful ceiling fresco of St. Jerome, a chapel with illusionary features, and a spiral staircase that was hidden for centuries behind a wall.
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La Bulería offers a Spanish dining experience with the chance to watch authentic flamenco performances in the heart of Valencia.
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Mercado Central, or the Central Market of Valencia, is a large market hall in Valencia, Spain. It houses hundreds of vendors selling fruit, meat, fish and confectionery, and is popular among locals and tourists alike.
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Santos Juanes Church, or Sant Joan del Mercat, is a grand Roman Catholic church in the heart of Valencia. Built on the site of a mosque around 1240, this historic monument has been rebuilt and refurbished throughout the years, with its present Baroque exterior dating back to the end of the 17th century. Inside, frescoes adorn the ceilings, with original religious art, ornate carvings, and statues dotted about. It's well worth a look if you're wandering the Mercat neighborhood.
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The Silk Exchange, or La Lonja de la Seda in Spanish, is a prestigious Gothic-style building in Valencia, Spain. One of the busiest tourist attractions in the city, this 15th-century exchange is a key historical site in Valencia and is located in the busy Old Town center.
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