Your trip to Valencia starts here!
Allow yourself to be enchanted by this dynamic city with her harmonious combination of the remains dating from 138 BC to the most innovative modern building of this millennium. Experience the ambient combination between a modern urban environment and the green of the nature. Notice how the centuries-old cohabits with modernity. This port city is traditionally known for its versatility and is also the third largest city of Spain. The pride of Valencia can be found in the boldness and innovation driven by its culture, shopping, business, music and many museums.
Thanks to its location, Valencia has traditionally been a Mediterranean port and has that special charm of a seaport city. The fine sand and the clean water, the vastness of the sea and the proximity of the mountains make the Valencian coast uniquely attractive. The bed of the River Turia is dried out and now offers 9 km of parks and botanical gardens that runs through the heart of the city.
Day programs fully customizable to your liking. Check especially inquire into the challenging educational programs in & around Valencia. Host families available through the whole city. We ask that you please, so long as possible, with your application the preferred district.
Your custom programme
Our programmes are fully customizable. Standard day programmes contain the most requested attractions.
If, after seeing one of our standard day programmes want to adjust something, you can easily consult with your personal travel agent to apply a change.
The best way the reach Valencia is by plane. If you prefer coming by bus, we will create for you a quote upon request. It is also advisable to make intermediate stops at a bus trip in, for example, Paris. Also for this we can tailor a programme. Ask for the options with your personal travel agent. For English-speaking clients this is Barrie Nispeling.
Multiturismo try to make the process as easy as possible for you. We have a clear step-by-step plan to guide you through the process. This will also be gone through in detail with your personal travel agent.
Click here for an overview: “Your complete trip in 6 easy steps“.
If interested, you can easily request a quotation without any obligation. For this you can use the form quotation request. You can expect a response within 1-2 business days.
ACTIVITIES IN VALENCIA .
The following activities can be added to your day trip Valencia. If you want to build yourself a day programme you can choose from the selection below!
- MUST VISIT
- WORKSHOPS / COURSES
LA CUIDAD DE LAS ARTES Y LAS CIENCAS
Literally translated “the city of Arts and Sciences”. This complex consists of five buildings: Hemisferic is an IMAX cinema, the Museo de las Ciencias is a science museum, Oceanographic is a gigantic marine park or aquarium, the Palau de les Arts is an opera house and the Agora is a multifunctional space.
Palau de les Arts
The opera house is simply a spectacular building. With an expansion of 55,000 square meters will the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia one of the most beautiful international venues for theatre, dance, opera and music concerts.
This is a wonderful Planetarium and IMAX cinema with more than 900 square meters screen. The eye-shaped building can be opened and closed with the help of her “eyelids”.
Museo de las Ciences Principe Felipe
The building is designed in the shape of a whale skeleton. In this museum is “forbidden to touch” does not apply. It is aimed at learning the sciences by experience, so everything is displayed graphically with large text, buttons, photos and experiments.
This is a colossal metal ellipse shaped structure with the interior space a large indoor square. It is a versatile space that occasion offer for various events. A multi-functional setting for conferences, meetings, concerts and performances.
Travel around most main seas and oceans. More than 45,000 specimens of 500 different marine species. Below sharks, whales, walruses, sea lions, penguins and manta rays.
THE PORT AND BEACH
The Maritime Station of Valencia is one of the most modern stations in Spain. Each year more than 500,000 people pass through the Passenger Terminal. Golondrinas (pleasure boats) offer daily tours in this beautiful inner harbor. In and around the harbour are several points of interest, also the maritime museum and the Royal shipyards.
The coast of the city consists of three Mediterranean beaches: la Malvarrosa and Las Arenas, Alboraya decorated with a range of facilities. Just next to them is the Paseo Marítimo, which has become one of the most popular recreation areas. Here you can enjoy one of the restaurants for a delicious paella or a fresh fish stew. Do you prefer more natural beaches, just 10 km from Valencia are spectacular dune-lined beaches with grassy plains.
Spain has traditionally been one of the most important wine-producing countries in the world. What the wineries in Spain so interesting, is the rich history and passion for the profession. Learn all about the production process and see with their own eyes how the wine from grape to drops is manufactured. And after the visit to the winery it is of course possible to the manufactured product.
No dance is more typical than the Spanish Flamenco. Enjoy this enchanting whole traditionally executed show while enjoying a snack and a drink. In the meantime you will learn the various rhythms and claps everyone with it. Continue to stretch out and enjoy the dancers either, for the daredevils, one should at the end also, have a dance. Guaranteed to be a highly entertaining and memorable day.
This masterpiece of modernist architecture in Valencia is inaugurated in 1928. It covers an area of more than 8000 m2. Only upon entry you can really taste the atmosphere of the market. Here you will be embraced by all the scents and colors of this space. At the more than 1000 outlets include for fresh fish, meat, vegetables, fruit and more.
Saint Mary of Valencia Cathedral
The Cathedral of Valencia (Metropolitan Basilica Cathedral), commonly known as the “Seu”, was consecrated in 1238. It was built on the mosque in the place of the former Visigothic Cathedral and is known for its clock tower “El Miguelete”. Gothic architecture is the predominant style of this Cathedral, but it also includes the Romanesque, Renaissance art, Baroque and neoclassical elements. Adjoining the beautiful square, “Plaza de la Virgin”, with its many attractions and rich atmosphere.
Torres de Serranos
The Serranos Towers are considered to be the largest Gothic gate in Europe. They were built at the end of the 14th century as part of enrichment of the city. From the terraces you can enjoy beautiful views of the city and the Turia River.
The San Juan Hospital Church
San Juan del Hospital is one of the oldest churches in Valencia and was built in the year 1261. Once inside you can visit the beautiful chapel of Santa Barbara and other chapels. Whose wall paintings from the Gothic period recently discovered.
Museo de Bellas Artes San Pio V
Located in a Baroque building which recently completely renovated, the Museum of fine arts San Pio V is one of the most remarkable painting archives in Spain. The Gallery consists mainly of work by Valencian artists. Also an interesting collection of contemporary art, along with valuable archaeological remains.
Museo Nacional de Ceramica Gonzalez Marti
The national ceramic museum Gonzalez Marti is housed in a palace that dates back to the 15th century and was renovated in 1740 on the rococo style with a beautiful Alabaster entrance. Inside you can the 18th-century carriages, the 19th century rooms, medieval ceramics and an important collection of tiles in the Royal ceramics factory in Alcora.
Museo de San Miguel de los Reyes
The building, which today is occupied by the Biblioteca Valenciana, is the result of construction works which are carried out in different periods: a Muslim farm in the 11th century, a Cistercian Monastery in the 14th century, a Hieronymite monastery in the 16th century and a prison in the 19th century.
Bioparc is the new area for wildlife-animals of the city of Valencia, which is located in the park called Parque de Cabecera. A recreation of the Savannah, with a wide range of several animals. Of Buffalo to crocodiles, Lions to gorillas. When entering the park, which covers more than 100,000 m2, the visitor feels completely immersed in the spectacular landscapes in which different types of coexistence as they would in nature.
Enjoy the Andalusian cuisine with all your senses and discover the inner chef in this unique and fun experience. Enjoy the smells, textures and flavours of the best products of the season. During the workshop you will learn from the chef the techniques and tricks of the trade that will help you to make delicious Paella or Tapas. At the end of the workshop, there is only one thing to do: enjoy your tapas and match this with fine Spanish wines and cava’s. ¡Buen provecho!
Where you can learn a language faster when in the country itself. The lessons are in Spanish or in English. In addition, the level of the groups are matched, so that the lessons are for everyone to follow. During classes, there can be varying intensities, especially for those who like a challenge!
The Rumba dance has its origin in Africa and it portrays the man in an aggressive manner, while the woman a defensive position. The name Rumba is Spanish and literally means “Party”. The dance has become a very internationally known dance and knows his various versions. Similarly in Spain this magical dance is often performed in a typical way. Learn the basics and enjoy!
During the ceramics workshop in this family business to make not only introduced to clay, but you will learn the various leg-and painting techniques. Learn how you work with the colors by a professional. Clay kneading, turntable and paint are part of the workshop. At the end everyone gets the opportunity to (dirt cheap!) hand made work of art as souvenirs to buy.
Would you like to master a typical Spanish dance? Let a professional dance teacher lead you and create the Foundation for a great flamenco dancer. Learn the rhythms, steps and attitude within a short time. Who knows, maybe there is a flamenco King/Queen somewhere in you.
Everywhere in Spain you see the typical tiles. Concentrated in Andalusia the buildings are tiled with the history of the Arab in combination with the Catholic periods. Each building has its stories due to the ceramics in and around. With this workshop, you will have the opportunity to own a piece of history. Create a tile in the traditional way. Learn some history and learn to appreciate the city and its buildings more afterwards.
Don’t think your only options for transport in Valencia by a crowded tour bus, an expensive private tour or even public transport. With the bicycle rental in Valencia you can admire the sights at your own pace. Or opt for a guided tour through the highlights of the city.
Terra mitica is a theme park located in Benidorm, Costa Blanca. The park is divided into 5 themed zones: Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Iberian Peninsula and the Islands. When Paramount bought most of the shares in 2000 of the park, the park got the name Paramount Parks Terra Mítica. In 2004, Paramount Parks decided to sell the shares. The region of Valencia took the park.