Valencia’s old town is one of the largest in Europe, its beautiful streets are full of monuments from different periods of History. With several museums and cultural activities for all types of people, Valencia is one of the main tourist destinations in Spain.
Some of its most famous monuments are: El Miguelete, the cathedral, Serranos and Quart towers, la Lonja de la seda or Silk Exchange (considered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO).
El Mercado Central (the central market), the City Hall, Correos’ building and Estación del Norte (the train station) are the main modernist monuments in Valencia.
Also, you cannot miss the City of Arts and Sciences where you can find L’Oceanogràfic, the biggest aquarium in Europe. It is home to a large number of different species.
Bioparc is a 10-hectare zoo park where you can contemplate the wild nature of the African continent. There are more than 4000 animals and 250 different species living in large spaces that recreate their original habitats.
And last but not least, we need to mention the Museum of Fine Arts and the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (in position 52 of the 100 most visited museums in the world).