Valencia Cruises

One of the largest cities in Spain, Valencia is a popular port of call for anyone heading on a cruise around the Mediterranean.

Should you book onto one of the many trips that dock in the city, you’ll find no shortage of things to see and do, particularly if you head for the historic centre to stroll through the Barrio del Carmen.

Within the Old Town area, you can spend your time ashore visiting some of the local bars and restaurants or checking out some of the local shops to gain a taste of the more traditional side of the city.

Dating back to the Middle Ages, the old quarter features a start-shaped grid pattern of streets that are waiting to be explored, and houses various historical attractions – such as the Plaza de Toros de Valencia, a bullring which was built in the 1840s.

Valencia is also home to a number of impressive old buildings that showcase architecture from across the ages, with the likes of the Catedral de Valencia and the Art Nouveau Central Market worth exploring.

When it comes to more modern buildings, you can’t fail to be impressed by the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe; an interactive science museum that is located within the City of Arts and Science.

One of the major attractions of Valencia, the City of Arts and Science also houses L'Oceanogràfic – a huge oceanarium that is one of the largest attractions of its kind anywhere in the world.

Add into the mix the various stretches of sandy beach where you can take in the sun, the sprawling Turia Gardens urban park and the Bioparc Zoo and you can see why Valencia is such a popular port of call.

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