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Valencia - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

3 Trips in Valencia with 13 Reviews

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  • Starts Valencia, Spain
  • Ends Valencia, Spain

La Tomatina Festival

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4 day festivals and events tour visiting Valencia in Spain. Read More
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  • Operator G Adventures Active 1 day ago
  • Activities Festivals and events & La Tomatina
  • Accommodation Hostel
  • Age Range18 to 39 years old
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  • Aug 24 10+ seats left
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  • Starts Madrid, Spain
  • Ends Barcelona, Spain

Three Cities Tour of Spain

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9 day city sightseeing tour in Spain, visiting Madrid, Toledo and Valencia. Read More
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  • Oct 19
  • Oct 20
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  • Starts Rialp, Spain
  • Ends Rialp, Spain

Snowshoeing in the Catalan Pyrenees

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  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator Exodus Travels
  • Activities Winter adventures
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Valencia Tour Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 13 customer reviews
Good times Reviewed Tour: La Tomatina Festival 2019
5 - Excellent
  • Casey
  • From Australia
“La Tomatina with Stoke was just a blur of good times, when i arrived i was handed a beer at check in and the party was already in full swing. i got back to my tent at maybe 4am (sin roomate) and woke up for la tom at 6... to be honest i was barely in there, i even used my bag as a pillow when i finally past out. the paella was great, i even got a second helping! and the tomato fight itself insane.. bring goggles. the after party was amazing, danced the night away and then fell asleep on the bus on the way home. 10/10 you have to go.”
messy but fun Reviewed Tour: La Tomatina Festival 2019
5 - Excellent
  • Hollie
  • From England
“La Tomatina with Stoke Travel was fun, in the messiest way possible. Looking around at everyone at Bunol at the fight and what we got up to at the campsite, I can't imagine travelling with anyone else. The actual fight is intense - come prepared! Be showered off by the locals afterwards was an experience and felt really authentic (in a non creepy way). Back at the campsite we had hot showers, big breakfasts, yummy paella dinner, our tents to pass out in and the kicker unlimited beer and sangria.”
Snowshoeing in the Catalan Pyrenees Reviewed Tour: Snowshoeing in the Catalan Pyrenees
4 - Very Good
“A varied and challenging snowshoe trip with a good mix of cultural activities”

Valencia - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

When it comes to experiencing Spain at its most modern, then holidays in Valencia are the way to go. The country’s third largest city is increasingly becoming recognized for its innovative character, reflected primarily in its state-of-the-art architecture. Even though it’s often overlooked in favor of more appealing cities like Madrid and Barcelona, a trip to Valencia can certainly be a fun and rewarding journey for all travelers who are looking to immerse themselves in a different side of Spain.

Tour Highlights

  • City of Arts and Science is a vast complex nestled on what was once the riverbed of the River Turia. It houses various facilities, including an Arts Museum, a Science Museum, an IMAX cinema, a planetarium and an aquarium.
  • El Carmen is a historic neighborhood characterized with rustic architecture and winding alleyways. Here, you will find Valencia’s trendiest cafés, bars and eateries.
  • Llotja de la Seda is an impressive 15th-century feat of Gothic architecture that was originally built as silk market. As one of the most important landmarks in the city, Llotja de la Seda is a testament to Valencia’s historical importance as a commerce hub.
  • Valencia Cathedral, one of the most visited tourist sites in Valencia, is a curious mix of Romanesque, Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance and Neo-classical influences.

Travel Tips

  • Valencia is known as the birthplace of paella, so it would be a sin to visit this city without trying one. Paella Valenciana is made with rice and different types of meat — usually chicken or rabbit.
  • One of the most convenient ways to get around Valencia is by bicycle. Valencia is equipped with a public bike rental system that has over 250 stations throughout the city.
  • If you want to experience Valencia at its most festive, make sure to plan your trip during the month of March. This is when you can partake in the Falles, a five-day fiesta that celebrates San José, the patron saint of the city.