València is located on Spain’s Eastern coast, at the mouth of the Turia River, right in the centre of the Gulf of València. It is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, a stretch of water which has gradually forged the city’s character over the centuries.
València is one of those destinations that never disappoints. And whatever the time of year, there will always be a good reason to come and visit. Choose yours and plan an unforgettable trip!
Valencia is unique for infinite reasons. You can know some of them by visiting the València official website here.
València is accessible by air, land and sea. It boasts travel links to many major Spanish and European cities. The airport, situated just 8 kilometres from the centre of València, has regular daily flights to popular domestic and international destinations. The city also has two main railway stations, the Estación del Norte, from which the local train network operates, and Joaquín Sorolla, offering AVE high-speed rail services to Madrid, Cuenca, Seville and Córdoba. ALVIA and EUROMED long-distance trains also depart from Joaquín Sorolla, providing connections to cities including Barcelona.
València has a wide range of accommodation options:
València is an increasingly accessible, intelligent, and sustainable city. Committed to the Sustainable Development Goals, it is a pioneer in the world in measuring and certifying the carbon footprint of its tourist activity in search of actions to reduce and offset it.
Valencian culture is part of the essence of the people, displayed in over 60 cultural spaces including museums, monuments, and multidisciplinary spaces.
Essential places that you can not miss in València:
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