Experience the Fiery Spirit of Valencia
Situated on Spain’s southeastern coast, Valencia is a dynamic city perfect for vacationing families or couples. This city enchants visitors with its beaches, futuristic architecture, and centuries-old churches. A holiday home Valencia will help you enjoy all the marvelous attractions this city has to offer in maximum comfort.
Although you’ll have a superb experience in Valencia any time of year, most people visit this city during the Falles festival at the beginning of spring.
Historians believe this festival dates back to Medieval times when local artisans gathered their useless scraps and burnt them on March 19th to commemorate Saint Joseph. As time wore on, people started to get creative with these scraps and eventually formed them into elaborate papier-mâché figures known as falles. From the 18th century onwards, the tradition of burning falles in March continued to grow.
Today, it’s estimated about 2 million people visit Valencia every year for the Falles festival. In addition to the procession and burning of fallas, this festival boasts exciting fireworks, eye-popping light displays, musical performances, and delicious street food.
If you can’t make the Falles festival, then there’s a pretty good shot you’ll be in Valencia during another spectacular event. Just a few of the other important festivals held in this city include Marinera Holy Week before Easter, the Fiesta de Corpus Christi 60 days after Easter, and the July Music Festival.
Besides festivals, Valencia is well-respected for its science museums. One particular favorite with tourists is the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències (English: City of Arts and Sciences). Within this complex you’ll find a Museum of Natural Sciences, Europe’s largest Oceanarium, and a Botanical Garden. Even if you don’t go inside this museum, it’s well worth a trip to take some selfies by this futuristic complex.
To better appreciate the history of the Valencia region, be sure to visit the newly refurbished Centre Cultural la Beneficència. Inside this historic building you’ll get to visit Valencia’s Prehistory Museum and the Museum of Ethnology, both of which have incredible artifacts dating back to Paleolithic times.
Like many other Spanish cities, Valencia also has many gorgeous churches to explore. A few stand out churches worthy of your time include the Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia and the 13th century Church of San Nicolás. Another Valencian architectural gem is the Renaissance-era Monastery of San Miguel de los Reyes.
For those who just want to unwind on their holiday in Spain, consider visiting one of Valencia’s beaches. The two most popular beaches in the area include the Platja del Les Arenes and the Platja de Malvarrosa.
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